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Old 02-13-2018, 01:55 PM
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How exactly will I "learn the hard way" how this works? I've been through recessions as an investor before, understand the stock market is goes up and down, and realize that the stock market is currently overvalued.

What endless doom-and-gloom types like you can't figure out is that there is a lot of area between these apocalyptic scenarios you constantly rant about and economic cycles that a properly allocated investment portfolio is designed around. It is a trait fairly common among you doom-and-gloomers, where you believe everyone who doesn't agree that we'll soon have cannibalism in the streets must believe the polar opposite that stock market will never go down and the economy will never have a recessions. It's an incredibly narrow minded attitude to have, and you've got it in spades.

Either way you're the tool who was in this forum telling everyone to get out of equities and into treasuries back in 2015 right before a 34% run, so your cred as armchair economist is about zilch.
I was just messing with you.
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Old 02-14-2018, 07:53 AM
 
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I was just messing with you.
Do you even lift, bro?
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Old 02-14-2018, 08:22 AM
 
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Do you even lift, bro?
Come at me, bro
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Old 02-14-2018, 10:35 AM
 
Location: City of the Angels
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I'm getting to where I open a box of popcorn before I get on the economics and investing forums !
Even the psychology forums are boring compared to the people on here and over there they know that something is wrong with them !
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Old 02-20-2018, 02:01 PM
 
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How exactly will I "learn the hard way" how this works? I've been through recessions as an investor before, understand the stock market is goes up and down, and realize that the stock market is currently overvalued.

What endless doom-and-gloom types like you can't figure out is that there is a lot of area between these apocalyptic scenarios you constantly rant about and economic cycles that a properly allocated investment portfolio is designed around. It is a trait fairly common among you doom-and-gloomers, where you believe everyone who doesn't agree that we'll soon have cannibalism in the streets must believe the polar opposite that stock market will never go down and the economy will never have a recessions. It's an incredibly narrow minded attitude to have, and you've got it in spades.

Either way you're the tool who was in this forum telling everyone to get out of equities and into treasuries back in 2015 right before a 34% run, so your cred as armchair economist is about zilch.
A minor correction is one thing, but we have a big debt bubble. POP that thing and we have apocalypse. Doom and gloom goes away with QE and zero prime, forever.


The market is very afraid of good news, it likes bad news. Bad news means lower rates and QE.


So I think we are going to see a market rally like we haven't seen before. Over valued assets are the new norm. It is bubble or bubble pop. Take your pick.
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Old 02-20-2018, 03:38 PM
 
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https://www.nationofchange.org/2018/...-rinse-repeat/

Goes into the details of the current debt bubble. Seems like the larger the bubble gets, the bigger the economic downfall is.

Since 2008, the U.S. GDP grew by 35% while the stock market grew by 270%. Does that sound reasonable?
An obvious nutter.

There's no relationship between asset prices and GDP.
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