What is regrettable about the financial markets is that many widely known personalities who make predictions about the outlook for the economy often fail to back-up their claims with valid theories or support them with empirical evidence. This observation is aimed especially at the perma-bear, but it’s also applicable to others. If one is not ready to offer plausible rationales to justify assertions, they shouldn’t be taken seriously.
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By Hubert Marleau