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It’s “Game Over” For The Everything Bubble, Says George Noble, Peter Lynch’s Protégé

George Noble has seen many bubbles in his storied career: the 2008 Great Financial Crisis, the Dotcom Bubble of 2000, and the Japanese mega-bubble which he rode on the way up and down. But no prior period of speculation compares to what Noble sees now: a mega bubble of epic proportions, fueled primarily by a wave of central bank liquidity that has taken non-profitable technology stocks to previously unimaginable heights.


Noble argues that inflation has been popping this bubble and that equities are “toast” and that goldilocks is “dead.” Noble sees overvaluation problems not only in the “ARKK” stocks but also darlings of the S&P 500 such as Amazon, Apple, and Netflix.


As a warning to viewers, Noble shares words from the legendary investor Peter Lynch (his mentor): “know what you own.”


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Timestamps

(00:00) Introduction

(00:51) Background

(06:55) The Everything Bubble

(13:36) The Powell Pivot

(20:58) ARKK

(25:43) BCB Ad

(26:32) Inflation Is Popping The Bubble In Long-Duration Assets

(39:50) Are Bonds A Hedge For Stock Sell-offs? (Answer: No)

(41:12) How Low Can Stocks Go?

(43:22) Netflix and Amazon

(50:10) "Peter Lynch Would Not Be Buying Apple Right Now"

(52:50) Energy

(59:30) Crypto

(1:02:50) Noble's Twitter Spaces

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Disclaimer: Nothing discussed on Forward Guidance should be considered as investment advice. Please always do your own research & speak to a financial advisor before thinking about, thinking about putting your money into these crazy markets.

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