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&#39Market is very priced as it was in 1929,&#39 claims Schiller





Yale College economist Robert Schiller compares present day current market to that of 1929 but adds that a downward correction, “Is not imminent.”
Schiller also discusses the Federal Reserve, desire fees and the housing current market.

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19 comments

  1. Going back to 1930's F.T.R. ,did stop the total crash /changed the distribution of wealth ,tax reconstruction ,brought the big depression ,to a halt!

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  2. What excuse will it be this time the Baby Boomers have for Millennials for causing the next Great Depression? That's 2 Great Financial Crises in 2 decades! Do we board all the Baby Boomers onto a ship and send them off to their Viking funeral and blow up the ship? What's the penalty for stealing Millennials house in 2006, bankrupting their savings in 2008, and repeating all of that for 2019-2020?

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  3. Millennials: the generation that does all the complaining. – Baby Boomer Schiller.
    Also Baby Boomers: Vietnam War protests, Union protests, strikes, women's rights, gay rights, etc.

    What are Millennials supposed to do? Not complain about the Baby Boomer's Greatest Financial Crisis since the Great Depression?

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  4. NET (Cloudfare) short term analyst rating is buy with $24 currently $18.50

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  5. Nothing to hear ….great guest, sidetracked by unintelligible questions, shades of CNBC.

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  6. Back when this guy went to high school with Calvin Coolidge, History Class was sitting around talking about current events.

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  7. "Yahoo Finance" what a joke! From a company of idiots that cant even secure their own email system nor any of their servers! These nitwits couldn't find a $100.00 bill pinned to their own asses. Yahoo also had Hillary Clinton winning by a landslide… Total Morons.

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  8. this man looks unhealthy.

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  9. Remember that Paul Krugman ALSO won a Nobel Prize…the same guy that said in 1998 that the Internet would have no greater impact on the economy than the fax machine.

    The most dangerous words in investing or economics is "reversion to the mean." Any prediction of disaster is underpinned with the natural human tendency to see reversions to the mean. But Apple used to be $15 and is now the equivalent of over $2000.

    At what point was it supposed to revert to the mean??

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  10. A good economist but not a great investor

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  11. This is as Pointed as Bob Shiller Gets … Just listen to Robert Shiller , Slowly … People under 45 have Never seen a Normal % rate Environment … Debt is Not Equity … Debt Has its Limits …

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  12. $125 Trillion USD Debt

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  13. First

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  14. Can I see a conversation between Shiller and that AI robot?

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  15. Hey, I've taken his classes on Coursera

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  16. In 2009 the Fed set a precedent. They told the world no matter what happens we are going to support the stock market from collapse by printing money, flooding the system with cash, buying bonds and equities at the expense of taxpayers and future generational debt. It has been a free for all for anyone that believes the US Fed has the staying power to do this. If this was done by a private business person it would be called a Ponzi scheme but because its the Federal Reserve of Goldman Sachs doing it. It is just called smart economic management. People are allowing this to happen because no one wants to see their 401K or retirement savings drop. That is wonderful as long as you are over 40 and have all of these things. However, if you are a young person it is horrible because you are the one stuck with a ballooned national debt. Thanks, Mom and Dad you did a great job of providing a bright future for your children. (As if you really cared).

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  17. umm…..ok.

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  18. Too slow, get to the point.

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  19. Trillion-Dollar Deficits Don’t Make America Great

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