Crosscurrents Publications, LLC
- Founder and Editor of Crosscurrents
- New York Resident and Native
- Adjunct Professor at Hofstra University
Alan M. Newman, editor of Crosscurrents, was born on June 24, 1940 in Brooklyn, New York. He has been married for 41 years and has two boys, both Eagle Scouts. Mr. Newman has formerly enjoyed careers in acting, computer programming, game design, and real estate and currently resides in Nassau County, NY. Mr. Newman has also been an adjunct professor at Hofstra University.
We are in the grip of a veritable stock market mania, at least as lunatic as the tech mania in March 2000 and every bit as nutso as the September 1929 peak, cautions Alan Newman, market timing specialist and editor of CrossCurrents.
One of the many ways we have illustrated this bizarre and extended environment is our chart featuring a 5% “regression” line dating back well over a century, explains Alan Newman, a long term market timing specialist and editor of CrossCurrents.
We can now safely state the current environment is the biggest stock market mania in history, cautions Alan Newman, editor of CrossCurrents.
Shiller’s Cyclically Adjusted P/E (“CAPE”) valuation measure was recently at its second highest valuation ever, cautions Alan Newman, market timing specialist and editor of CrossCurrents.