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  1. Markets (stocks+bonds) insight


    Tue, 9 Dec 2014

    cure are: Asset prices have raced ahead of earnings and fundamentals. This is nothing more than the definition of an asset bubble . The Fed will most likely end up tightening at the very end of this business cycle and screw up the next several generations

  2. How China’s Economy Can Weather a ‘Long, Slow Fall’


    Mon, 24 Nov 2014

    higher than the 8.2% peak level of total lending held by Japanese lenders during the collapse of that country’s asset bubble . In Japan’s case, a series of official discount rate hikes beginning in May 1989 caused NPL assets to accumulate

  3. Bull Market: Room to Run


    Fri, 27 Jun 2014

    January appearance on Bloomberg TV, Swiss investment advisor Marc Faber opined, “We are in a gigantic financial asset bubble ,” whose bursting is coming. Volatility, where prices gyrate, is a fact. However, there is “upside” and

  4. CLS: Modi-fying Your Portfolio


    Thu, 22 May 2014

    after a five-year absence. Japan’s economy has been particularly poor since the early 1990s, when the Japanese asset bubble broke. Since then, the Japanese economy has often seen economic growth below zero. After his party won 294 of the

  5. A Cautious Continuation of an Equity Overweight


    Tue, 13 May 2014

    interest rates should gradually rise and there is a distinct possibility that the Fed will recognize the inflation and asset bubble risks in this slow tightening policy and, in response, both advance the date of a first federal funds rate hike and

  6. Looking for Bubbles Part One: A Statistical Approach


    Fri, 2 May 2014

    depressed. So 2008, particularly if you can imagine adding real estate and commodities, was indeed a true global asset bubble , being the most extreme collective outlier in not just 30 years, but in at least the 88 years of our data and probably

  7. Daring 2014 Market Forecasts


    Wed, 26 Feb 2014

    kind of market environment where the tide lifts all boats. But we are on the trajectory of what may become the third asset bubble in 20 years that will inescapably pop. Now is the time to review your positioning and plan accordingly. Follow AdviceIQ

  8. Impact of Deleveraging on Growth and Markets


    Fri, 15 Nov 2013

    strong economic growth after a few years? We think that, for economic activity to remain strong after a debt-financed asset bubble bursts, nine criteria have to be in place: monetary policy support, strong private sector cash positions, a turn

  9. The Financial Crisis in Retrospect: What Have We Learned?


    Thu, 19 Sep 2013

    regulators, lawmakers and other players have taken these lessons to heart. Real Estate: An Incomplete Market One particular asset bubble – housing – was at the core of the recent crisis. But look into the heart of just about any financial crisis and the

  10. Hong Kong: A Gateway to Chinese Companies


    Wed, 4 Sep 2013

    Tseung, the Chief Executive of Hong Kong, stated in December 2009, “We are very concerned about the risk of an asset bubble .” Since Hong Kong’s currency is pegged to the U.S. dollar, the Hong Kong Monetary Authority was forced to

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