Even Goldman Can't Explain Away The Market Exuberance

From the start of 2012, the S&P 500 up over 40% with the bulk of that surge coming since QE3 (and 4EVA) was unleashed. Until that point, Goldman’s global risk and macro models had stayed relatively well synced with stock market ‘reality’ but once that torrent of liquidity was released, all bets were off. As the following chart shows, more than half the equity market performance is due to factors unrelated to risk, macro fundamentals, or country-specific factors. So, BFTATH of course?



Chart: Goldman Sachs


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