Institutional Investors Keep Buying Dips (Robert Shiller of Yale)

According to Yale Economics Professor Robert Shiller, the stock market is "highly priced" and his own buy-on-dips confidence index is "sagging". He said institutional investors are the only ones buying these dips and worries about a double dip recession. Watch the full interview at and see recent blog posts featuring Robert Shiller here. If interested here's a free online course by Robert Shiller at Open Yale Courses, ECON 252 Financial Markets.