Who Buys The All-Time High?

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Retirement Funds
Call Buyers
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Retail Investors

Bonds lost their mojo this week

VIX call Spread Buyer may not be a bear!

We smashed the expected move

SPX Expected Move
--last week EM-- 57.96
--next week-- 57.96 expected move

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William K. 1 month ago Member's comment

This would have been a great text article instead of a long video presentation. Who indeed buys at the "all time high" price, since by definition the price will only drop after that. Of course, that is only until "next time" when the price peaks. And my thinking is the all time high seldom represents the actual value, usually quite a bit less, and always a challenge to actually define. OR does there actually exist a way to verify the actual value of a share of stock? If there exists an actual definition that would be interesting to see.