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Calling a Super Bubble: Front Row With Jeremy Grantham finance interview



For almost a half-century, value-investing icon Jeremy Grantham has been calling market bubbles. Now, he says U.S. stocks are in a “super bubble,” only the fourth in history, and poised to collapse. In this interview, Grantham, co-founder of Boston’s GMO, goes further, explaining his bubble analysis and discussing what he sees as multiple threats to the economy and the planet, including persistent inflation and climate change. He spoke exclusively with Erik Schatzker on Bloomberg’s “Front Row.”
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20 thoughts on “Calling a Super Bubble: Front Row With Jeremy Grantham finance interview”

  1. Over priced in what…extremly worthless dollars? These questions are scripted and it's likely that they both recieved the question script beforehand. If true bloomberg likely wanted tto know his answers and adjust them. It's clearly a push to scare people which is over the top.

  2. he is investing 50 years and his net worth is 1billion. Thats not a lot compared to other long term investors IMO, so being bearish did not served him well

  3. Good thing for technical analysis. You don't have to sit around not making money forever. I get it if u manage a billion dollar fund, you cant just get out in a day. For most, thinking like this, listening to noise, will never make u money. There's always risk, accept it and learn to flow with the markets.

  4. Mr Grantham repeatedly says climate change. Mr Grantham why? The sea was frozen over in Northern Greece a couple of days ago accompanied by a cold shock fish kill, this is not what you meant. There is not enough unabsorbed spectrum to allow CO2 to provide aditional meaningful "great house" effect. There is no defensible EMPIRICAL case for CO2 warming theory only massive propaganda $.

  5. Who am I to disagree with Mr Grantham? All I know, is that if you keep predicting the same thing year after year you are bound to be right at some point…

  6. Recession in 6 months. With 7% inflation and 0.1% gdp growth. Stagflation is here. And Fed can't do anything about it. They can't tighten nor can they ease. Fed has never been more powerless.

  7. Kashkari just admitted today that Fed can't tolerate 10yr above 1.9%. By declaring that balance sheet won't be run off. Immediately dropped 10yr.

  8. Oh, no . . . he believes in climate change . . . my heart sank. Of course, we have to detoxify the planet, use regenerative farming, etc., but carbon credits jargon is the currency of the globalist power elites.

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