Where to invest when the US stock market is overvalued and the 30-year bond bull run may end

I've had a good run with my ETFs but I'm concerned that we're overvalued at this point. I also think it's only a matter of time before either the Trump-Russia investigation or some external geopolitical development triggers a major setback for the market.

So I want to trim my equity ETFs, but I'm also concerned about the long-predicted end of bond bull run. Is there any sensible place to invest if fixed income, equities, and even my local real estate market all look too rich at the same time?

A big chunk of my holdings is cash or equivalents already. I don't see many opportunities to put cash to work at the moment – so holding more cash as a safety doesn't do much for me.

Is it reasonable to expect that a bear market in equities would delay problems in fixed income for a time?

Submitted August 05, 2017 at 01:11PM by Zomunieo
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