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User Profile: FollowClick to Follow TheBubbleBubbleJesse Colombo@TheBubbleBubbleEconomic analyst & Forbes contributor who advocates for free markets and sound money. Recognized by the London Times for predicting the Global Financial Crisis.JournalistDallas, TXforbes.com/sites/jessecol Joined June 2011165.7K Following166.4K Followers

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Jesse Colombo@TheBubbleBubble Jan 24The current market rout is completely rational. It was the run-up that was irrational. Many people (cocky, new traders) are learning their lesson right now and that's a good thing. That's justice. Ignorance should not be rewarded, yet that's what the Fed did. $ARKK $QQQ4974238

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Lyn Alden@LynAldenContact Feb 2During bubbles, assets that basically serve as peacock tails can do well. Lots of liquidity gets wasted into non-utility things to signal wealth and success to others. By the end of the decade, a lot of that stuff will probably be grinded down. The ugly but hardy animals remain.1272892,183

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BAW690@baw690 Feb 2I ll say this again as a 40 year futures trader. These commodity prices are exploding out of control. This WILL cause run away inflation for consumers. This isn t a scare tactic, but a fact! Pull up a charts on Oil, gas, grains, lumber, OJ, etc . 722021,117

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fred hickey@htsfhickey Feb 2Scariest part is our govt. leaders show little sign of even understanding the problem. At current pace of spending, $40T Nat'l Debt will occur in less than 4 yrs. If the Super Bubble implodes (likely), $40T in 2-3 yrs. Investors will lose faith eventuallywsj.comU.S. National Debt Exceeds $30 Trillion for First TimeThe increase from pre-pandemic levels was fueled by trillions of dollars spent on aid programs for small businesses, workers and others.1138135


Jesse Colombo@TheBubbleBubble Feb 2See this, too:Quote TweetJesse Colombo@TheBubbleBubble Jan 12The artificial economic boom of the past year (and, really, since 2008) was fueled by cheap credit & monetary stimulus, which was only viable as long as inflation remained low. The spiking rate of inflation means that this paradigm is coming to a close. https://twitter.com/TheBubbleBubble/status/1481277874380365832 Show this thread1721

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Jesse Colombo@TheBubbleBubble Feb 2Also see:Quote TweetJesse Colombo@TheBubbleBubble Jan 26Inflation Is The Kryptonite That Will End Our Decades-Long Monetary Policy Ponzi Scheme: https://quoththeraven.substack.com/p/inflation-is-the-kryptonite-that by @QTRResearch $SPY $QQQShow this thread2425

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Jesse Colombo@TheBubbleBubble Feb 2The Fed is too late to remove the punchbowl: https://ft.com/content/35ce0c88-48a7-46cc-8f2f-51c69632f43e by @martinwolf_ $TIP $GLD102478

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Jesse Colombo@TheBubbleBubble Feb 2Another example of today's extreme market overvaluation: there are 60 stocks in the S&P 500 Index that trade at more than 10-times sales: https://thefelderreport.com/2022/02/02/still-extreme-levels-of-ridiculousness/ 21447

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Jesse Colombo@TheBubbleBubble Feb 2The median stock in the S&P 500 Index is 70% more expensive than at the peak of the DotCom Mania in 2000: https://thefelderreport.com/2022/02/02/still-extreme-levels-of-ridiculousness/ by @jessefelder $SPY $QQQ53183

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Jesse Colombo@TheBubbleBubble Feb 2As I explained a year ago, the SPAC bubble shared many parallels with the South Sea Bubble of 1720:Quote TweetJesse Colombo@TheBubbleBubble Feb 6, 2021The current SPAC bubble has many parallels with the South Sea Bubble of 1720: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/South_Sea_Company During that bubble, countless companies were formed to raise capital for whimsical ventures. Many were frauds. They were called "bubbles" (that's where the term comes from!)Show this thread1417

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Jesse Colombo@TheBubbleBubble Feb 2The SPAC market starts 2022 with abysmal losses, abandoned deals: https://cnbc.com/2022/02/02/the-spac-market-starts-2022-with-abysmal-losses-abandoned-deals.html by @YUNLI626 $DKNG $NKLA4426

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Julian Brigden@JulianMI2 Feb 2People have suggested, the weakness in equities since the start of the year is similar to 2016, when the S&P subsequently gained 25%. They are DELUSIONAL! Back then we saw unprecedented policy intervention to support stocks. Now, the picture is the complete opposite!40142654

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Mac10@SuburbanDrone Feb 2For the past 70 years, every spike in inflation preceded recession. Today's useful idiots are convinced this time will be different. Because they have strength in numbers.16109419

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Henrik Zeberg@HenrikZeberg Feb 2Largest Bubble ever!Quote TweetHenrik Zeberg@HenrikZeberg Feb 2This is a 100% liquidity-driven market. Largest Bull ever. If Fed as much as hints a pause or the like - markets explode! Bad news - are good news! But - eventually bubble will pop! But first major blow-off top! twitter.com/Mnorinsberg/st 4681

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zerohedge@zerohedge Feb 2ADP Signals Biggest Monthly Job Loss Since 2020 COVID Lockdownszerohedge.comADP Signals Biggest Monthly Job Loss Since 2020 COVID Lockdowns The labor market recovery took a step back at the start of 2022 due to the effect of the Omicron variant ..."18100222


Jesse Colombo@TheBubbleBubble Feb 2This unsustainable debt binge is what kept us afloat during the pandemic. We re living a lie, basically.Quote TweetJesse Colombo@TheBubbleBubble Feb 2U.S. National Debt Exceeds $30 Trillion for First Time: https://wsj.com/articles/u-s-national-debt-exceeds-30-trillion-for-first-time-11643766231 @TheAmaraReport $TLT $IEFShow this thread71147

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Jesse Colombo@TheBubbleBubble Feb 2U.S. National Debt Exceeds $30 Trillion for First Time: https://wsj.com/articles/u-s-national-debt-exceeds-30-trillion-for-first-time-11643766231 @TheAmaraReport $TLT $IEF72870

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Jim Cramer@jimcramer Feb 1Are we trading the fed, or are we investing in companies...7251951,762


Jesse Colombo@TheBubbleBubble Feb 1See this, too:Quote TweetJesse Colombo@TheBubbleBubble Jan 28With Nearly Everyone Looking the Other Way, It's Time to Discuss Recession: https://mishtalk.com/economics/with-nearly-everyone-looking-the-other-way-its-time-to-discuss-recession by @MishGEA $SPY $QQQShow this thread211

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Jesse Colombo@TheBubbleBubble Feb 1Also see:Quote TweetJesse Colombo@TheBubbleBubble Jan 31Biden's "Fastest Growth In 4 Decades" Is A Keynesian Train Wreck: https://app.hedgeye.com/insights/111330-biden-s-fastest-growth-in-4-decades-is-a-keynesian-train-wreck?with_category=17-insights by @dlacalle_IA $TLT $IEFShow this thread116

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Jesse Colombo@TheBubbleBubble Feb 1After a huge year for growth, the U.S. economy is about to slam into a wall: https://cnbc.com/2022/02/01/after-a-huge-year-for-growth-the-us-economy-is-about-to-slam-into-a-wall.html by @JeffCoxCNBCcom $QQQ $SPY2831

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Jesse Colombo@TheBubbleBubble Feb 1Nouriel Roubini: Inflation Will Hurt Both Stocks and Bonds: https://project-syndicate.org/commentary/inflation-will-hurt-both-stocks-and-bonds-by-nouriel-roubini-2022-01 @Nouriel $SPY $TLT1723

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Quoth the Raven@QTRResearch Feb 1One year ago: "President Biden is poised to impose a moratorium on new federal oil and gas leasing Wednesday, according to three people briefed on the matter" Today:432159


Jesse Colombo@TheBubbleBubble Jan 31The post-pandemic housing bubble was based on ultra-low interest rates, which are now reverting.Quote TweetJesse Colombo@TheBubbleBubble Jan 31U.S. Mortgage Rates Are at the Highest Level Since Before Covid-19 Hit: https://mishtalk.com/economics/mortgage-rates-are-at-the-highest-level-since-before-covid-19-hit by @MishGEA $IYR $WFCShow this thread329

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Jesse Colombo@TheBubbleBubble Jan 31U.S. Mortgage Rates Are at the Highest Level Since Before Covid-19 Hit: https://mishtalk.com/economics/mortgage-rates-are-at-the-highest-level-since-before-covid-19-hit by @MishGEA $IYR $WFC62146

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Jesse Colombo@TheBubbleBubble Jan 31Rents Are Surging and Americans Are Hurting: https://wolfstreet.com/2022/01/31/dear-mr-fed-chair-powell-sir-rents-are-blowing-out-and-people-are-hurting/ by @wolfofwolfst72550


Jesse Colombo@TheBubbleBubble Jan 31Jim Rickards: Markets Have Seen This Movie Before...And It Doesn't End Well: https://dailyreckoning.com/weve-seen-this-movie-before/ @JamesGRickards $SPY $QQQ2214


Jesse Colombo@TheBubbleBubble Jan 31Also see:Quote TweetJesse Colombo@TheBubbleBubble Jan 27America's 6.9% GDP Growth Is Mostly An Artificially Boosted Illusion: https://mishtalk.com/economics/gdp-up-6-9-is-mostly-an-artificially-boosted-illusion by @MishGEA41016

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Jesse Colombo@TheBubbleBubble Jan 31Biden's "Fastest Growth In 4 Decades" Is A Keynesian Train Wreck: https://app.hedgeye.com/insights/111330-biden-s-fastest-growth-in-4-decades-is-a-keynesian-train-wreck?with_category=17-insights by @dlacalle_IA $TLT $IEF92455

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Jesse Colombo@TheBubbleBubble Jan 29This is what happens to you after living for several years in Texas...haha:22584

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Jesse Colombo@TheBubbleBubble Jan 29This is what happens to you after living for several years in Texas...haha:22584

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Jesse Colombo@TheBubbleBubble Jan 29Since moving to Texas four years ago, I ve fallen in love with chicken fried steak. Saltgrass Steakhouse makes it the best, in my opinion. @SaltgrassSteak3916197

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Jonesy@HedgeyeDJ Jan 282022 has been the worst start to a year for SP500 ever. And ever is a long time, comrades.592981,116


Jesse Colombo@TheBubbleBubble Jan 28Also see:Quote TweetJesse Colombo@TheBubbleBubble Jan 27How Rate Hikes May Trigger a Recession: https://dlacalle.com/en/how-rate-hikes-may-trigger-a-recession/ by @dlacalle_IA $SPY $QQQ1214

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Jesse Colombo@TheBubbleBubble Jan 28With Nearly Everyone Looking the Other Way, It's Time to Discuss Recession: https://mishtalk.com/economics/with-nearly-everyone-looking-the-other-way-its-time-to-discuss-recession by @MishGEA $SPY $QQQ41849

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Jesse Colombo@TheBubbleBubble Jan 28No Wonder the Market Is Skittish: https://oftwominds.com/blogjan22/skittish1-22.html by @chsm1th21440


Jesse Colombo@TheBubbleBubble Jan 28Older investors are loaded up with stocks...at these nosebleed valuations. Gulp. Chart via @NorthmanTrader2417

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Jesse Colombo@TheBubbleBubble Jan 28With stock market valuations at their highest in history, this is a disaster in the making. Too many people have bought into the myth that "stocks always go back up."Quote TweetJesse Colombo@TheBubbleBubble Jan 28Many Older Investors Have Too Much Money in Stocks: https://wsj.com/articles/older-investors-have-a-lot-of-money-in-stocks-how-to-check-if-its-too-much-11643215304 @annetergesenShow this thread8425

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