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Avoid US equities at your peril

Avoid US equities at your peril

High as a kite, overvalued and frothy territory could all describe the US stock market since the start of 2017, and are reasons as to why you might be wary of investing in it. The recent record performance of technology stocks propelled US markets to levels not seen since the peak of the dot.com bubble, a speculative mania fuelled by technology shares between 1997 and 2001. Each of the three main US benchmarks – the Dow Jones Industrial Average, S&P 500 and technology-focused Nasdaq Composite – climbed to record highs and show little signs of cooling.

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