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Here's why Howard Marks doesn't think we're in a bubble

Oaktree Capital's Howard Marks is worried, just like everyone else in this market. But he does not think we're in a bubble, despite the dangerous combination of our current uncertain macroeconomic environment and low returns on assets. He explained why at Bloomberg's Most Influential conference in New York City on Wednesday. "You have to proceed with considerable caution.
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