Should we be worried about the S&P 500 approaching 3000 points?

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The S&P 500, the flagship index of the US stock market is approaching the psychological threshold of 3000 points, a peak it never reached. Does it mean that the US stock market is currently overvalued? Vincent Fournier, portfolio manager at Claret, does not think so.

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  • Claret Asset Management specializes in offering portfolio management services to high net worth clients. We are completely independent and free of conflicts of interest. Claret was founded in 1996 with the objective of answering the growing needs of private investors.

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