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Don’t Call It A Bubble: Nasdaq Floats Off Into Stratosphere As ‘Other 1 Percenters’ Conjure 1999 Parallel

When it rains bullish catalysts it pours, but under the hood, questions linger around the reflation narrative.

When it rains bullish catalysts it pours, but under the hood, questions linger around the reflation narrative.
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6 comments on “Don’t Call It A Bubble: Nasdaq Floats Off Into Stratosphere As ‘Other 1 Percenters’ Conjure 1999 Parallel

  1. Anonymous says:

    This could be quite the hangover.

  2. Anonymous says:

    AAPL added $30Bn in mkt cap today. Yeah, this is normal……………..

    $5 for every person in the world………….

  3. Anonymous says:

    Let’s call this “large cap bubble”. Or “growth bubble”, perhaps

  4. Anonymous says:

    I wish I could catch stocks the same way I catch a flu.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Not QE = Not (A) Bubble – J. Powell

  6. Feed on Pain says:

    I’m sure they’re aware of this, but the company creating these massive distortions is Amazon, with net income of ~13bn and close a 1T market cap.

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