The Dow Jones Industrial Average provides us with some pretty strong evidence that our “stock market boom” has been fueled by debt. 
It is far more likely that we will see “Dow 10,000″ again before we ever see “Dow 30,000″…

cliff-fallIt’s not the fact that the Dow hit 20,000 that makes US stocks so expensive. The price of a stock alone doesn’t tell you much.
It’s important to look at the price of the stock relative to other important metrics, like cash flow, book value, sales, earnings, etc.
US stocks right now are selling at the HIGHEST price-to-sales ratio in at least 15 years, and far higher than it was before the 2008 crash:

Gold 2016 bottom arrived December 15, 2016 at $1124. 
A BRIEF January 2017 Gold, US Dollar & US Stock Market Update…
$9,102 Gold, $1,006 Silver price based off the January 2017 US Debt Clock with a US National Debt currently just under 20 Trillion and Liabilities per Taxpayer at $875,066!
Bo Polny Warns A loss of control is coming: