Albert Edwards Needs To Know Why You’re Not Expecting A Hard Landing In China

When last we checked in on Albert Edwards, SocGen's incorrigible but exceedingly affable bear had just returned from the Amalfi Coast where he surveyed the ruined towns of Pompeii and Herculaneum. Naturally, that prompted Albert to suggest that investors can probably learn something from “the cowering skeletal remains” he checked out while on vacation. Specifically, he postulated that in the event the Fed keeps tightening, equity longs might get "fried alive" Mount Vesuvius st
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2 thoughts on “Albert Edwards Needs To Know Why You’re Not Expecting A Hard Landing In China

  1. Some expect a hard-landing, some don’t. Some of us think that this is an unprecedented experiment (unless you count The Great Leap Forward) and it’s seemingly at a critical phase that isn’t going as well as its designers and operators had hoped. I’m very dubious about how this all plays out but I really don’t think we have a good precedent for precisely what outcome we’ll see – be careful, be very careful https://www.cnbc.com/video/2018/06/29/china-needs-to-stimulate-its-weakening-economy-analyst-says.html

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