Is M&A Activity Indicating a Market Peak?

February 1st, 2015
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This video was originally posted on YouTube 23 January 2015.

Is a rise in M&A (mergers and acquisitions) indicative of a coming market peak?  That question is discussed this week. M&A activity peaked in 2000 and 2007 at previous major market peaks.  The amount of money in M&A has risen sharply in the latter months of 2014.  Last year was not as high as seen in 2007, but a continuation into 2015 could indicate the aging bull is nearing a demise.

M&A graphic is discussed in the video following the Read more >> jump.
m-and-a-jo-chart-2015-jan-27-380x220

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