Do Central Bankers Know a Bubble When They See One? – ValueWalk Premium

Do Central Bankers Know a Bubble When They See One?

Via Mises

Between 2000 and 2008, two of the largest financial bubbles in history — in technology stocks and housing, respectively — suffered spectacular collapses. Opinions vary, but some market commentators believe at the peak of the tech bubble, total stock market capitalization exceeded 180% of US GDP. To put this in perspective, the tech stock bubble was over twice the size of the 1920s stock bubble!

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