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Crazy Vs. Crazy: Are Things Really More “Uncertain” In Europe Than They Are In The US?

How can a market "take into consideration all potential future events"? Obviously it can't. That's absurd. That said, stocks should be expected to discount what we might call "known unknowns." That is, events that we know are likely to cause turbulence but that also admit of some indeterminacy regarding outcomes. Things that would fall into that category include the French elections and US tax reform.

How can a market "take into consideration all potential future events"? Obviously it can't. That's absurd. That said, stocks should be expected to discount what we might call "known unknowns." That is, events that we know are likely to cause turbulence but that also admit of some indeterminacy regarding outcomes. Things that would fall into that category include the French elections and US tax reform.
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