Since the onset of the credit crisis central banks around the globe have used extraordinary means to keep an over-levered global economy afloat. It may have worked best here in the United States but many market observers see signs of trouble. Here we present 10 reasons for their concerns.
We’re now more than six years into this bull market rebound from the financial crisis, and the S&P 500 doesn’t seem to be in a hurry to relinquish its place around all-time highs. This is in the face of tepid corporate earnings in the last quarter, a strong dollar affecting our ability to export goods and the all but certain upcoming rate hike.