The U.S. stock market is undervalued and investors have been pushing for a correction to put the brakes on the rapid rise.
But a chart from the U.K. research firm Capital Economics shows how to fix that problem with an interesting and very simple chart.
The chart shows the share of the market owned by hedge funds and other large investors.
The hedge funds are big and they have money to burn.
They have a huge advantage over the smaller investors who don’t have the cash to buy in.
So what we need is a little bit of an adjustment.
So the share is getting smaller, and the market has grown so large that it’s hard to see the downside.
So we have to try to shift the balance a little more toward smaller investors.
So now it’s really an index of the value of the shares of these smaller investors in the market.
Capital Economics’s research director, Andrew Ladd, has been doing research on hyper-insflated asset prices.
He’s done a lot of research on this and the answer is really simple: If you have a large enough hedge fund and they’re able to invest in it, the market will keep going higher and higher.
But if they have a smaller number of small investors who are investing, it’s going to be much harder to pull that off.
The more that the hedge fund is invested in the stock market, the bigger the returns for smaller investors are going to get.
Ladd said that’s the kind of correction that’s going on in the U