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The Case For Real Assets: Buy Humilation, Sell Hubris

The price of 'real assets' (real estate, commodities, collectibles) relative to 'financial assets' (stocks & bonds) are at their lowest since 1926, and, as BofAML's Michael Hartnett suggests "buying humiliation and selling hubris" as investors are being forced to discount higher inflation and interest rates, as protectionism & redistribution themes are also aimed at boosting Main Street at the expense of Wall Street.
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