Stan Druckenmiller Calls Stocks ‘Absolute Raging Mania,’ Tells Inflation Ghost Story

Stan Druckenmiller Calls Stocks ‘Absolute Raging Mania,’ Tells Inflation Ghost Story

The last time most market participants heard from Stan Druckenmiller, he retained a somewhat flummoxed demeanor as it relates to the rally he admitted to missing. Let's take a trip down memory lane for a moment. During a May virtual chat with the Economic Club of New York, the man many consider to be the greatest investor of all time boldly proclaimed that "the risk-reward for equity is maybe as bad as I’ve seen it in my career". I suppose it's possible to say that assessment was accurate. A
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4 thoughts on “Stan Druckenmiller Calls Stocks ‘Absolute Raging Mania,’ Tells Inflation Ghost Story

  1. Worries about impoverished Grandchildren should be seen as the old gold standard zero sum game. So lets misalocate debt and have a deflationary depression. We can always win a big war and be right on track again.
    The debt load the young are carrying may lead them to think differently. They believe in computerized efficiencies not
    gold. One look at a jewely store shows that gold has lost its charm as sexual fiat, the other luster is mystifying.

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