The Stock Market Bubble – January 2021 Update

This post is a brief update to various past commentaries concerning the stock market bubble, most notably the February 2020 page titled “The Immense Stock Market Bubble And Characteristics.” Since February 2020, the stock market bubble has grown in size, which is highly notable given the enormous size of the bubble at that time. My …

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Discussion Concerning The Bond Market Bubble And Characteristics

My latest discussion concerning the U.S. bond market as being an exceedingly large asset bubble can be found on “The Immense Bond Market Bubble And Future Economic Consequences” page. The existence of a bubble of this size is highly noteworthy and vastly problematical. The effects this asset bubble has had – and, more importantly – …

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Discussion Concerning The Stock Market Bubble And Characteristics

My latest writing concerning the U.S. stock market as being an exceedingly large asset bubble can be found on “The Immense Stock Market Bubble And Future Economic Consequences” page. The existence and future consequences of a bubble of this size are highly noteworthy and vastly problematical. The effects this asset bubble has had – and …

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Low Interest Rates And The Stock Market Bubble

The existence of various immensely large asset bubbles continues to be among the most worrisome aspects of today’s financial and economic system. I have written extensively about this asset bubbles issue. One aspect that is particularly notable is the cause(s) of such bubbles.  As I wrote in the January 9, 2017 post (“Low Interest Rates …

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