USA Stock Market
US stock markets are close to their all-time high, according to Warren Buffett, a well-known investor.
Warren Buffett’s Preferred Index for Measuring Stock Market Value is measured by dividing the total value of the stock market by the gross domestic product of the United States and determining the amount of bubbles in the market.
He introduced this index in an article in Fortune magazine in 2001 and called it the best Introduced the index to measure valuations in the market
The Wilshire5000 Total Market Value Index crossed $ 38.2 trillion last week, compared with US $ 21.2 trillion in the third quarter.
As a result, the Warren Buffett Bubble Index has crossed the 180 percent mark, not far from its historic 187 percent high in the second quarter, which could mean that the US stock market is likely to decline in the near future.