The Perfect Short Part II: Why The S&P ($1,926) Is Going To $1,110 (-43%)Guest Post
The Perfect Short Part II: Why The S&P ($1,926) Is Going To $1,110 (-43%) by @TeddyVallee
In November, I outlined (S&P $2,100: The Perfect Short) why August’s bounce was representative of the ‘return to normal’ phase in a boom bust cycle (below), as the underlying fears driving the sell-off were viewed as transitory. Now, we see those fears were not transitory . . .
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