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Another Market Meltdown: stop worrying and love the asset slump

Why not take the view that the collapsing markets are a good thing for you and me?

14th February, 2016
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The markets are collapsing. “Oh my God, what are we going to do?” should be a perfectly reasonable reaction.

But why not take the view that the collapsing markets are a good thing for you and me?

The link between overvalued financial assets, the pampered traders this casino enriches, and the rest of the economy has become at best tangential.

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