I’m speaking at the Australian Shareholders Association Investor Hour next Tuesday (August 18) at 12pm with the topic “The Market Crash: Origins and Prospects”.
I’ll take a long view of the financial data–going back to 1890–and explain the booms and crashes of stock markets as symptoms of debt bubbles and their bursting. From that point of view, this is the largest asset-price bubble in the last 120 years–and probably in all of history. The prognosis for the market is therefore grim, despite the current rally.
The venue is the Wesley Centre Theatre, downstairs at 220 Pitt Street, Sydney. The seminar is free for members of the ASA, and $5 at the door for others. Click here for further information.