04 October 2009

Too Far, Too Fast

So says Nouriel Roubini in an article in Gloomberg today. And even though everybody has already read, and just to display some confirmation bias (with my "top" call of last week), I think it's important enough to post here.
Roubini Says Stocks Have Risen ‘Too Much, Too Soon, Too Fast’

By Shamim Adam and Francine Lacqua

“Markets have gone up too much, too soon, too fast,” Roubini said in an interview in Istanbul yesterday. “I see the risk of a correction, especially when the markets now realize that the recovery is not rapid and V-shaped, but more like U- shaped. That might be in the fourth quarter or the first quarter of next year.”Oct. 4 (Bloomberg) -- New York University Professor Nouriel Roubini, who accurately predicted the financial crisis, said stock and commodity markets may drop in coming months as the gradual pace of the economic recovery disappoints investors....

Actually, I'm a bit surprised at his relative bullishness (or the reportage of the same) of late. This more moderate tone is a bit more of what I'd expect from him.

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