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There appears to be a lot of angst, at least if you go by the headlines in major news organizations and Wall Street bank comments, about the increasing concentration of the stock market rise.
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The FAANG+ stocks, defined roughly by Facebook (FB), Amazon (AMZN), Alphabet (GOOGL), Apple (APLN), Netflix (NFLX) and Microsoft (MSFT), plus Tesla (TSLA) and Nvidia (NVDA) were about $8 trillion in market cap as of July 10, or 24% of all US stocks market cap and 29% of the Standard & Poor’s 500 index (SPX). Wow.

Here’s a sample of some of the scarier headlines:

1 Goldman Sees Imminent Momentum Crash As All S&P Gains Come From Just 5 Stocks;

2 This Is Nuts... Again. Reducing Risk As Tech Goes 1999;

3 Tech titans' market heft could signal broader stocks worry;

4 The stock market is looking like the Dot Com Bubble again, with market cap super concentrated in five companies. But this time it's worse;

5 Only a Handful of Stocks Are Helping the Market Rally. Why That’s a Bad Sign;

6 Top heavy returns showed 3 stocks — Amazon, Netflix and Microsoft — alone make up more than 70% of the gains in the S&P 500 and Nasdaq 100 indexes.

Forgive me, but I’ve tricked you.  Just No. 2 is recent.  The rest of the headlines date anywher...

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