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BILL GROSS: Central bankers have turned the economy into a 'casino' that threatens capitalism

Bill Gross is going after central bankers... again. The famed bond investor at Janus Capital released his monthly outlook for October on Tuesday and again compared the world's central banks to a dangerous game, this time blackjack. Gross noted the theory of a Martingale System in which a bettor in a casino will eventually win if they continually increase the size of their bets.
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