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Topic: Is everything expensive

Looking for financial assets that are not so expensive

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sammy33 /
April 16, 2021, 7:43 p.m. UTC
Seems like stocks are mostly around all time highs relative to fundamentals, bonds may not return enough to keep up with inflation, people say no reason to think gold will appreciate much, art and real estate have increased like crazy in value, what's left to invest in that can actually provide a reasonable return in the next decade?
embark314 /
April 23, 2021, 12:24 a.m. UTC
Let me know if you find out. Gobs of money are being thrown at anything that has a reasonable chance of creating future returns, raising the price and minimizing future returns from that price, unless the fed keeps throwing money at everything then i guess everything will keep appreciating but with inflation too
admin /
June 2, 2021, 11:21 p.m. UTC
It may indeed be difficult going forward to achieve the type of returns we've enjoyed that last many years. I don't normally like to pick specific stocks or assets, but I'll mention a couple things that popular, value-minded people have bought. For one, Berkshire (Warren Buffett) has bought back shares heavily recently, which indicates that Warren thinks the stock was under priced, at least at the time he made the purchases. Another one is Charlie Munger's (also with Berkshire) substantial purchase of Alibaba stock. From what I understand, Charlie purchased the stock in the $225-$275/share range (check for yourself), so you can actually buy in cheaper than him right now (~$220/share at the time of this writing).

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