Monthly Archives: November 2011

Spotting the Next Bubble, Part Two

In the previous post, I talked about the methodologies I use to spot a bubble in progress and (hopefully) profit from it.  I left a spoiler of sorts, that I think we have a bubble in progress right now and … Continue reading

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Spotting the Next Bubble, Part One

Two troubling effects of government intervention gone awry are broad, economy-wide price increases and severe bubbles.  Bubbles are short bursts of exuberant spending, followed by deep contractions and rising unemployment.  When a bubble bursts, we find little or no sustainable … Continue reading

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