Every time that guy opens his mouth, He reduces the sum of human knowledge.
Spotting a bubble is easy; I've noticed 9 of the last 5 of them...*More seriously, Dean Baker correctly noted the housing bubble and sold his DC condo. I have a mate from B-School who did the same thing in Hoboken.But both did it around 2003-2004--before the peak, and before the bursting.It's a trade with implicit negative carry ("money left on the table") until it isn't.Which is a fairly clear summary of the difference between the market and the "real world": the former is often irrational long after the latter has seen a marked shift in ex ante correct decision-making.*Which is better performance than the WaPo, which appears to have only noticed one of the last five.
Post a Comment