A snowy hike and so much more.
“The national consultation and the release of the results are the latest elements of a massive ongoing propaganda campaign funded by Hungarian taxpayers to benefit a deeply corrupt government seeking to deflect attention from its failure to fulfill Hungarians’ legitimate aspirations, particularly in education and health care.”
Will idiosyncratic risks be magnified as global QE is rolled back?
What could go wrong?
“We promote a lot of bad things.” Asked for an example, he replied: “Same-sex marriage.”
“How can you be “rationally exuberant” about the path of US stocks in 2018 when equity valuations are so high?”
And before anyone jeers, this is penned by a crypto enthusiast.
Any questions? If so, please refer them to your favorite FinTwit pundit who will be happy to show you a chart he made on Excel that “disproves” all of the above.
“The prevailing wisdom is that there are two great housing bubbles out there today”…
“First of all, I would love [for] George to learn how to make a coffee, because it’s absolutely out of his skills.”
“I don’t remember it.”
It’s a hit/miss.
Whether or not this bounce is sustainable and more broadly, whether Friday marks a turning point for sentiment which was rapidly deteriorating will help determine whether global risk assets are able to rally into year-end.
The fourth wall and beyond.
This is “beyond abnormal, it’s unprecedented.”