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Dangerous Bubbles In Plain Sight

Jesse Felder published an incisive bubble finance chart over the weekend. It is yet another reminder that Janet Yellen and her merry band of money printers are oblivious to the dangerous speculation and valuation excesses that their policies have implanted throughout the financial system. Relative to disposable income, the value of household financial assets now far exceeds the last two… The post Dangerous Bubbles In Plain Sight was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner.
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