Mark Spitznagel Is Ready For The Next Market Crash. Are You?

Mark Spitznagel acknowledges his investment approach may seem “weird,” as he describes it.

The man who predicted and dramatically profited from the 1997, 2001 and 2008 stock market crashes says forecasts and economic projections such as that play no part in the performance of his $6 billion hedge fund, Universa. “Market timing and forecasting is something no one has an edge at,” he claims, dismissing an entire industry on Wall Street while forecasting that the next financial crisis is around the corner.

Can he accurately make four . . .

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