The unintended consequence of ‘easy money’ results in asset bubbles as recently seen in sky high equity valuations and negative interest bearing bonds.
Today’s investor is left with the dilemma of whether to shut one’s eyes and accept such poor value for his money or attempt to short the market only to be hurt by even higher asset prices.
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