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By Hard Assets Alliance on Wed, May 2, 2018 - 9:35am

David Rosenberg: Mean Reversion in Equities Is Coming

At the Strategic Investment Conference 2018, David Rosenberg of Gluskin Sheff warned investors of the coming mean reversion in the stock market, which can push down equity prices by 20% or more.

Rosenberg also admitted that this is one of the strangest rallies of all time. That’s because all asset classes went up, even the ones that are inversely correlated:

By rl on Tue, Sep 27, 2016 - 11:33am

Good investment newsletter?

Hello all,

Yes, at Peak Prosperity, there is an emphasis
on gold and real assets. Even I wonder if there
will be a functioning stock market.

However, Chris has also been in, and watching, the financial markets.
A number of months ago Chris wrote that he was short the stock market.

So, given that you still have assets in the stock markets,
what is a good investment newsletter to read?

Mainly I'm looking for one that is accurate as to

By rl on Fri, Sep 23, 2016 - 5:18pm

Will there be a functioning stock market? - 2.0

Hello Everyone,

I'd asked this question a few years ago in 2011, at:

I'd like to ask the question again.
Partially because the website seems to have changed
since then, moving from Discussions, to Groups.

Any thoughts, given the things we are currently seeing.

By DRHolden on Fri, Jul 25, 2014 - 11:17am

Feeling like Sally Brown

I haven't posted in quite a while... I've been feeling like Sally Brown from the Peanuts over the last couple years. Sally puts her trust in Linus that there's such a thing as the Great Pumpkin and she forfeits her Halloween night to stay with him in the pumpkin patch to see the Great Pumpkin.  Anyway, all signs (to Linus) are that the Great Pumpin will appear, but never does...  


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