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Sunday, December 12, 2010

Week in Review Podcast: Econo-Bears on the Stock Market and Inflation (PODCAST and VIDEO)

"Even though the stock market has rightly been called the triumph of the optimists, with bulls stomping bears over and over for one hundred years, stock market bears not only haven't gone away, but they generally have the most compelling arguments. Their points seem so [...] plausible, level-headed, empirical, and reasonable, while bulls come across as starry-eyed idealists" - Paul Kedrosky

Welcome to the Week in Week in Review podcast!

Some time ago, I discussed the fact that I have this little personality flaw. I like to 'poke the dog with the stick' as it were. Poke a friendly bit of fun with folks who have just silly economic arguments.

Lately? I think they've been having their revenge, and poking me with the stick to get me riled up. Not that I believe my economic thoughts are silly. But they know how to rile me up. How? Why? I discuss that in this "week in review" podcast

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If you prefer the YouTube video version of the podcast, and I have included a few charts on the video ...

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Here is the video that I discussed in the podcast that has to do with quantitative easing, and the bond market ....

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