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The 5 Biggest Bubbles In Markets Today - Jared Dillian, Mauldin Economics

We never used to get a giant speculative bubble every 7–8 years. But that has been the case since the new millennia.
In 2000, we had the dot-com bubble.
In 2007, we had the housing bubble.
In 2017, we have the everything bubble.
Source: The 5 Biggest Bubbles In Markets Today

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