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What to Do When You’ve Spotted a Bubble

Yes, you could short it — but what if you’re a few years early?

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Suppose you’ve found an asset you believe is overvalued. Maybe it’s a currency, a bond, a commodity, a stock, a sector, whatever.

What, exactly, should you do with this information?




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