WARNING: Depressed earnings’ yields have always led to very significant market meltdowns.

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by elija_snow

  • In 100+ years data: Such depressed earnings’ yields have always led to very significant market meltdowns.
  • Great Depression.
  • 1937-8 Recession.
  • Tech Bust.
  • Average return for the subsequent 3 yrs being close to -53%. Thinking the Fed can sustainably taper here is just nonsense.
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