On Straight Talk Money: Is It 1997 All Over Again?

I joined Chase Robertson and Peggy Tuck yesterday on Straight Talk Money. First on the agenda, we discuss the market’s current valuation. It’s starting to look a little like 1997. Then, as now, stocks were extremely expensive. But they continued to get even more expensive for nearly three more years. Could we be looking at a repeat?


 
In the next segment, we talk about what is possibly the biggest bubble of our lifetimes: sports stadiums, including the Raider’s new $2 billion stadium planned for Las Vegas.


 
And in the last segment, we cover money saving strategies of the rich.

   

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