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John P. Hussman
Stock market: So doc, what's the diagnosis? Doc: I'll be frank ... your system may be shutting down. Stock market: Will they give me three jolts of morphine if it is? Doc: Probably. Stock market: Well, fingers crossed, then.
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Spyros Stefanou Jun 9
Replying to @hussmanjp
Reality might be better than the most pessimistic prognostications, most of of the time
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John P. Hussman Jun 9
Replying to @agnostikoc
Oh, the very highest valuation ever seen at the end of a market cycle (2002) was -50% below current levels (which would wipe out the entire return of the SPX over T-bills since 2000). A run-of-the-mill retreat to pedestrian valuations would be -60%. I wouldn't utter my worst case
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Risk Seeker Jun 9
Replying to @hussmanjp
I’m thinking it’s more like a cocktail of Vitamin B & Steroids. It will give you a noticeable pick-me-up, but isn’t meant to cure, and will last weeks or maybe months before the underlying causes painfully reassert themselves.
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Ag Coyote aka "Wile" Jun 9
Replying to @hussmanjp
Morphine is a strong sedative. Adrenalin is what they'd use.
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Jack Gomez Jun 9
Replying to @hussmanjp
Your insight is always appreciated. Keep up the great work
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Tully Guy Jun 10
Replying to @hussmanjp
It happens before every crash. Market races up on the prospect of a rate cut only to realize a couple of months later that the Fed is lowering rates because of a recession. It's infuriatingly stupid but happens every time. Short term traders and small investors jumping in.
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RationalInvestor Jun 9
Replying to @jerrytitus @hussmanjp
Animal Spirit
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Matt Kindy Jun 9
Replying to @hussmanjp
Bad news is good news and good news is good news... Of course!
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