AccentricInv Posted March 30, 2016 Share Posted March 30, 2016 I feel like the market may be on its last legs, and suspect that we don't have much time left in this 7 year bull market (IMHO). There's just too many issues around the world, combined with relatively expensive US valuations for me to feel comfortable. As such, given this situation, my question is how is everyone else hedging their portfolios in this market? What do you think are the cheapest ways to hedge a portfolio (6mo / 12mo S&P Put vs. individual shorts vs. shorting some sort of FICC instrument)? The 6mo S&P put at the moment is going to cost 5% to break-even, which seems a little expensive... Any creative ideas out there? Or is this the best option? Thanks in advance! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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