20 Signs That The Stock Market Is About To Top

  1. Elon Musk moves to Mars
  2. The Fed buys the ECB
  3. Vanguard requires customers to use infinite leverage
  4. Kylie Jenner sells the other half of her company for $10 billion
  5. WeWork goes public
  6. Henry Blodget resumes reinvesting dividends
  7. Peter Luger introduces plant-based rib eye
  8. RobinHood buys Schwab
  9. David Stockman turns bullish
  10. Facebook hires Scott Galloway as Chief Marketing Officer
  11. James Altucher says you should max out your 401(k)
  12. The VIX goes negative
  13. Ramp Capital replaces Jerome Powell
  14. Apple buys back all outstanding shares, accidentally goes private
  15. Robert Shiller declares the CAPE ratio to be dead
  16. Jeff Bezos becomes the world’s first trillionaire
  17. Berkshire Hathaway starts charging performance fees
  18. Wall Street 4
  19. Billy McFarland launches a hedge fund
  20. Your parents start a podcast

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