The Market’s “Dream Factor” is High, While Book Value is Low…

There are four main components to the returns in a stock market:

  • Dividend Yield
  • Real book value growth
  • Inflation
  • “Dream factor”

To learn how these components play off each other to influence markets today, check out the video below…



  • Stock returns are driven by four main factors
  • US companies have had almost no growth in book value over the last three years
  • The “Dream Factor” has been rising as investors push up valuation

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