Re: RE: [Behavioral-Finance] Moral hazard and central banks
- View SourceAnd then!, there will be a crack in the sky and soon doomsday! year (2000+1)Seems to be some kind of astrological foresight , not the primary concern of behavioral finance in this group.?Some kind of depressive mood to my mind?Better go to the Dr.!----- Original Message -----From: Dr. Shantanu NagarkattiSent: Monday, April 09, 2001 4:03 AMSubject: FW: RE: [Behavioral-Finance] Moral hazard and central banksWe are waiting!
--- In Behavioral-Finance@egroups.com, "Riccardo" <riccardo@r...>
I agree with you all the way along... everything will start from the
below 13000 to target 10000 then panic will spread on Nasdaq 100
1100 (162% move from 4420 of the March first bearish move)... Europe
pay on TMT HARDLY as well. Bonds up to the 1998 panic levels again.
strip is pricing anothe 100 bps by august... too much to manage for
It is a matter of trust and investors are really too scared and I
such a tidal wave... well let's the markets speak for themselves. I
be wrong but when I offered my projection of 2200-2100 on Reuters TV
months ago it was hard to digest as well
But Greenspan cannot cut again... it will be admitting defeat and
really scare the markets. And by the way it will not make a
difference. I do
believe G thinks about another 1998 with massive and quick rate cuts
then it was a financial crisis. Here 50% losses on Nasdaq 100 = big
crisis in the systems... The "machine" can stop every now and then
will. The result of using in 2001 a 1998 politics will generate a 1987
effect... same man same mistake.
History repeats itself.
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