Dylan Grice On How To Hedge An Emerging Markets Bubble

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carbonmutant's picture

Hindenburg vs. the Golden Cross...

whatsinaname's picture

Emerging markets have been bubbles since 1982 (thats when the 401k programs started). Check out any of the global indices at www.chartsrus.com


williambanzai7's picture

Can we arrange a debate between him and Mad Hedge Fund Trader?

Spitzer's picture


The only thing EMs have to worry about is stupidity from their own central banks(brazil) and being short on gold.

BTW, how many people have to be on food stamps before the US is considered and emerging market ?

Common_Cents22's picture

ahem, wouldn't that be SUBmerging market?

doolittlegeorge's picture

depends on if we expand the plan to foreigners in actual foreign countries. 

israhole's picture

Shalom Bernanke and his judefetzen. WTF?

Nikki's picture

Love it how people here know history, see it repeat and then junk the messenger...

zaknick's picture

The fascist banksters figured out long ago that in order to control the population they needed to control, shape the culture. What people think about today are myths with a kernel of truth in them but 99% manipulation. It's everywhere like the movie The Matrix. True history books are labeled conspiracy theories and people who ridicule them are really pushing that button to keep people ignorant. Like that joo Lizzy in the last post daring to make fun of the assassination of a true great man: JFK. Fuck her and her juden fetzen.

Island_Dweller's picture

Harry Reid says he saved us from a worldwide depression!



Pool Shark's picture

Yep, thanks to Harry, we only have an American Depression...

doolittlegeorge's picture

oil, oil, oil.  It is a currency in and of itself, trades physcially in massive quantities and has no impediments to its movement provided the US Navy keeps the sea lanes open to global commerce and even then it would still represent a currency in its own right.  That's your "competition to the dollar" and not "China."

Common Man's picture

Is gold the ultimate insurance? (no counterparty default in 6000yrs!)

Hmmm....bubble anyone?



Kina's picture

no counterparty default in 6000yrs!)


OK so gold is in a 6,000yr bull market bubble. I give it a few more thousand.

jm's picture

The best hyperinflation hedge is keeping a good wine cellar.

Slide 13 seems a little off... the average volatility is weighted by the disaster that was 2008.  A more conservative approach to evaluating the long-term mean would be to trim the highest and lowest years. Offers a safer view of where the mean will revert.

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