Bubble, Bubble, Toil and Trouble

July, 11  2019 // Bradford Cornell

In April of 2018, Rob Arnott, Shane Sheppard and I published an article entitled, Yes, It’s a Bubble, So What?.  Given the turbulence of the intervening fifteen months, and to hold our feet to the fire, we felt a follow-up was in order (Bubble, Bubble, Toil and Trouble).


Apple !?

Apple’s Stock Price Massive Run-up In 2019: Future Implications   Despite its size, Apple has had a remarkable year in the stock market.  Year to date Apple’s stock price has…

Value Walk : Why is Warren Buffet Sittng on $128 Billion in Cash

Cornell Capital Group has recently signed on to become a regular contributor at Value Walk. Here is our first article. Why is Warren Buffett Sitting of $128 Billion in Cash?…

Shareholder Capitalism vs. Stakeholder Capitalism

On August 19, 2019, the influential US Group Business Roundtable published an upgraded version of its mission statement that signaled a shift of emphasis among the firms represented by its 181 member…

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Is the Market Obscenely Overvalued?

March 20, 2019 // Shaun Cornell

In his recent letter to investors, fund manager John Hussman stated, “This is an obscenely overvalued market.”  


Bubble Stocks 2.0

July 17, 2019 // Bradford Cornell

In Bubble, Bubble, Toil and Trouble, Rob Arnott, Shane Sheppard and I offered a real time definition of a bubble.  We stated,