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Not really, most so-called investors are just as ignorant now as they were then.
"the "bubble" label sometimes gets slapped on assets too quickly, experts say. Investors should try to distinguish between markets that are overinflated and ones that are merely overpriced."Prices can be both 'not cheap' and 'not in a bubble,'" says Vikram Mansharaman"
What's not mentioned, we are in uncharted territory concerning the way this Current, and yes no Doubt Bubble was created. Nor does anyone have to look that hard most times to find legit reason to label it as such. Global Debt has increased 40% since the Great Recession while the problem which caused the Great Recession, Scam Derivatives was never solved, only delayed.
Bottom line is this, when a company like Tesla, which I love by the way, can get under 2% yield payouts on their Bond deals, it's a freaking Bubble. When a bankrupt Puerto Rico last month can sale $3.5 billion of junk-rated bonds at an tax-free interest rate under 9 percent, yet investor demand outstripped supply despite their dire cash position and ability to repay, you know we are in a freaking Bubble.
When the Wall Street talking heads fixate on projected future earnings while ignoring the non-earnings of today, you know we are in a freaking Bubble. When economist tell everyone the future looks bright when out National Debt has gone from $10Trillion to well over $17Trillion, you know we are in a bubble. Bubbles aren't hard to spot, they are just hard for some folks to admit to.
Ok, the US dollar is on its last leg as the World Reserve Currency. We're picking fights all over the world to get little countries to trade in dollars only. The Yuan has won in most of Africa, Syria, Iran, and number of Asian countries. We need a war to hide the currency devaluation. The central bankers don't want the blame.
Our US economy collapsed years ago and being propped up by the Fed printing currency so that the Federal Government can send those dollars to the 'permanently unemployed underclass'. It's only a matter of time before the collapse enables our out-of-control homeland security department to enslave us under martial law.
The good news is that people are still concerned with celebrity news, reality TV, sports and other non important issues so that they'll be completely surprised when the welfare credit card doesn't work.
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