Stocks are worth more than the whole economy

Global stock market capitalization is higher than global GDP for one of the few times ever. Even just the valuation of U.S. stocks is nearing half of global output, a level seen only twice before in the past 60 years. The other two preceded many years of U.S. underperformance relative to the rest of the world's markets.

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