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7 Reasons Why Goldman's Clients Are Very Worried About An Imminent Crash

Over the years, the clients of Goldman Sachs have periodically found themselves on the verge of panic. In March of 2015, we said that Goldman's clients were most worried about the then-relentless crash in the EUR and how the resulting strong USD would hit US earnings (which, in retrospect, is ironic now that the tables have fully turned). Then In November 2015 we reported that "Goldman's Clients Are Suddenly Very Worried About Collapsing Market Breadth" (and with good reason, the market was about to crash precisely for that reason).
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