Milton Berg: Prepare Yourself For A 30 Year Bear Market In Stocks & Bonds
"Well, it is not unheard of in history. As you know there was a bear market in bonds lasting maybe forty years that began in the mid-40's and ended in 1980. We've had a twenty, twenty five year bear market in Japan going back to 1989. We're the most overvalued market in history, there's more leverage throughout the world than there's ever been in history, central banks have lost all their ammunition, basically because there is so much credit outstanding throughout the world. It's not unheard of to have a long-term bear market. There will be a lot of money to be made both on the downside and the upside within the bear market."
"World-wide, looking at all the equity markets we're definitely at the most over-valued. P/E ratios on the New York Stock Exchange are just above the P/E ratio at the trough of 2009, the median P/E ratio. Markets are way over valued. If you look at where yields were thirty, forty years ago when you got five, six, seven percent and now you're getting one percent, one and a half percent yield, way over valued."