Comments (11)

  1. ted williams says:

    Great job, Dave. “central banker bubble” — says it well.

  2. Stewart Simpson says:

    About time David. This has been sneaking up on us. What on earth did the FED see that required such extremes on their part. It will not end well.
    Thank you for your generosity in sharing this.

    Stewart

  3. Paul Reger says:

    THANK YOU FOR THE ROAD MAP INTO 2018!! At 75 I’vd lived through the Doldrums of tHe ’70’s, the euphoria (1987 not withstanding) ’80’s and ’90’s, The last tWo crashes And now the recent maNia. One lesson sticks with me: pAtience is an inVestment principle hard to emPloy as prices are running wild but always most rewardinG When the ‘Tide turns’. I expect we will test the last two peaks on the s&p 500 at the 1500 leVeL once the dam breaks.

  4. Steve says:

    EXcellent content and presentation. Thank you.

  5. E. Kierklo says:

    cogent and balanced analysis and in agreement. DEMOGRAPHICS INCREASINGLY WILL IMPACT U.S. AND EUROPE SOONER AND CHINA LATER.

    ‘EMP’ is the x factor should it ever happen.

  6. Nice recap of current conditions in the market and the world of central banking. You hit all salient points with a balanced point of view, although, like myself, you lean toward the wise men.

    Read and appreciate your blog,too.

  7. R. Yerkes says:

    Can you conceive of a situation wherein you would place all of your investor accounts in 100% cash? If so, please delineate.

  8. Roland says:

    David, Thank you very much for sharing this with the broader Community. This is very generous

  9. Byron says:

    Thank you for sharing this information. it is well organized and well thought out…

  10. Doug Cameron says:

    Excellent overview, Dave. I’ve followed your advice for many years and it has been most helpful. Thank you very much.

    Doug

  11. Lee Lenek says:

    Thanks David for an insightful and concise Presentation. As a long time student of the market I appreciate your Academic approach to your opinions. There is a lot of information (some of questionable value) available today and making sense of it is a full time job.

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