Tuesday, January 28, 2020

"Economic Market Snapshot PM 1/28/20"


1/28/20, Updated frequently as available.

January 28, 2020: "Is Wuhan virus a CRISPR designed bioweapon? The RNA sequences of the #coronavirus isolated from 6 patients from the same household are different from each other (Lancet), sign of the virus evolving. This may not be so good to the ear; it suggests the difficulty of containing this virus”.

Full description from source: "As an example, in the Lancet study, the RNA sequences isolated from 6 patients from the same household are different from each other, he noted. Lai said he observed in his previous research the “frequent occurrence of RNA recombination between different coronavirus strains,” a sign of the virus evolving. It has middle fragment never seen before in any coronavirus. This would be rare because they generally mutate with similarities to something we’ve already seen.

My read on it is that this has been locked up somewhere like a biolab, allowed to mutate over many generations until it doesn’t resemble anything in the wild, then it got accidentally(?) released."
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Buffett Indicator: Where Are We With Market Valuations?
"As of 1/28/20 (updates daily): The Stock Market is Significantly Overvalued. Based on historical ratio of total market cap over GDP (currently at 157.2%), it is likely to return -3.2% a year from this level of valuation, including dividends. As of today, the Total Market Index is at $33862.5 billion, which is about 157.2% of the last reported GDP. The US stock market is positioned for an average annualized return of -3.2%, estimated from the historical valuations of the stock market. This includes the returns from the dividends, currently yielding at 1.74%."
https://www.gurufocus.com/stock-market-valuations.php

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1/28/20:

And soon enough, the End Game...

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