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Off the Cuff: Waiting for Reality to Arrive

And it's taking its sweet darn time
Thursday, August 16, 2012, 1:28 PM
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In this week's Off the Cuff with Mish & Chris podcast, Mish and Chris address:

  • The unbearable lightness of financial markets
    • How can stocks be so high on such poor economic fundamentals?
  • California's warning signs
    • Are retail sales falling off a cliff?
  • Exiting the euro
    • What, exactly, would be the consequences for countries doing this?
  • Mining stocks
    • What's the risk/return?

Europe slipping deeper into recession, rapidly rising food prices, China headed for a soft (or maybe not-so-soft) landing, Japan struggling, oil prices still near triple digits, US unemployment stubbornly over 8% -- do these seem like the sort of fundamentals that justify a stock market within a few percentage points of its all-time highs? 

Yet here we are.

Chris brings back new evidence that institutional money managers are just as stymied, flummoxed, and nervous as we are about these ridiculously elevated markets. If you're tired of the lack of the logic and are feeling that a bad reckoning is inevitable, you're not alone...

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