Travis, I’ve been a long time Stock Gumshoe reader, and find your analysis and critiques of recommendations by Motley and other invaluable.
Question – I’ve read much lately by Bob Wiedemer (Aftershock Investor), Harvey Dent, etc., about the likelihood that we’re going to see a bursting of the dollar bubble and gov’t debt bubbles in next 6 – 24 mos., given the massive amount of dollar printing, and gov’t borrowing.
While not an economist, I’m guessing that you have / Stock Gumshoe have some opinions on the macroeconomic outlook over that timeframe. I’ve really seen nothing but any noted economists taking issue with Wiedemer, which I find interesting. If he weren’t more or less correct that we’re likely to see a big correction sooner or later, then I would expect scholarly articles by economists out of U of Chicago, Harvard, etc., taking issue with him. I haven’t.
What is your take – are we doomed for a pullback, why / why not?