This Crash Has Left Many Bruised and Battered

“I wasn’t quite as certain about this bubble a year ago as I had been about the tech bubble of 2000, or as I had been in Japan 1992, or as I had been in the housing bubble of 2007,” Grantham just said. He then added: “I felt highly likely, but perhaps not nearly certain. Today, I feel it is just about nearly certain.”

I’m talking about Jeremy Grantham, and his fund manages over $100 billion, making it one of the largest in the world. I wouldn’t take the words from extreme bears too seriously, but in this case, I want to make sure you understand that Grantham is an expert at bubbles.

He calls the current one a “super-bubble,” and you can read his full thesis HERE.

My neighbor is a hedge fund manager as well. In the past 90 days, he has totally gone off the deep end and has decided to dissolve the fund altogether:


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    These sure as hell aren’t bubble baskets anymore. These are bust baskets, and I want to explain why I think my neighbor collapsed and decided he can’t take the stress any longer because he’s been through the Dotcom days, the subprime mortgage crisis, and even the COVID crash…

    The reason is that the Federal Reserve is facing a challenge it doesn’t really know what to do with:

    * On one hand, the labor market is at an extreme in strength.
    * On the other hand, inflation is a mess.
    * Voices on both sides say that the FED is actually hiking into a recession and Biden is asleep.

    The markets know how this movie ends, and before the FED has even made one hike, the stock market is suffering from its worst January in history!


    Here’s a heat map of the volcanic eruption in the stock exchange:

    Apple: -10.77%
    Microsoft: -13.72%
    Google: -13.68% (hasn’t reported yet)
    Amazon: -23.54%
    Tesla: -24%

    These are the five largest companies in the world. Now, let’s check out other high-quality companies and what’s happened to them since the beginning of 2022 (January 1st to January 21st):

    Netflix: -34%
    Domino’s Pizza: -23%
    Nvidia: -21%
    Moderna: -37%

    Investors are losing a fortune, and here’s the crazy part: there are so many more earnings reports that haven’t been released!

    This upcoming Wednesday, after the failed press conference from Biden and his administration this past Friday, we’ll hear what Powell has to say, but keep in mind that if he doesn’t sing a serenade and calm everyone down, it could get worse.


    There’s a big chance markets open up tomorrow and completely crater, but because Friday was options expiration day, it might be that the worst is behind us!

    We’re going to monitor the situation and publish as we see fit.

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