Anatomy Of A Mania – and what this implies for your timing

Fri 19 Jun 2020

Brian Dennehy

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Market commentary

Rip-roaring investment manias are quite rare, and the last one was the tech bubble from 1998-2000. They never end well, and are very dangerous for investors who are overcommitted to markets. Nonetheless, it is important to understand what this might imply for your current positioning, and also my working assumption.

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