Taking Stock: Are U.S. Equities Overpriced?


The U.S. stock market is proving to be a headscratcher this year. Since taking a nosedive in March, the S&P 500 Index has racked up impressive gains of 56.4%. What's more, this successful run comes not only amid a pandemic, but also on the back of the sharpest contraction in the U.S. economy since the 1940s. This rally, led by technology stocks, is causing some to question the soundness of markets while point to a potential dislocation between economic data and equity values.

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