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Welcome to the Bubble Boom

Welcome to the Bubble Boom (Bloomberg)

According to a recent Bloomberg Global Poll, investors today fear the rise of asset bubbles in everything from the Internet to social media to the housing markets in London and China. In fact, 82 percent of responding investors, analysts or traders indicated that they felt Internet and social media shares specifically are at nearly unsustainable rates, while 73 percent felt that way about Chinese housing prices.  These same respondents were less concerned about immediate bubbles in the United States asset markets. While this survey indicates investors are more sensitive about the potential of asset bubbles, does that group include you? And are you worried enough to stay out of those markets entirely?

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According to a recent Bloomberg Global Poll, investors today fear the rise of asset bubbles in everything from the Internet to social media to the housing markets in London and China. In fact, 82 percent of responding investors, analysts or traders indicated that they felt Internet and social media shares specifically are at nearly unsustainable rates, while 73 percent felt that way about Chinese housing prices.

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Welcome to the Bubble Boom

According to a recent Bloomberg Global Poll, investors today fear the rise of asset bubbles in everything from the Internet to social media to the housing markets in London and China. In fact, 82 percent of responding investors, analysts or traders indicated that they felt Internet and social media shares specifically are at nearly unsustainable rates, while 73 percent felt that way about Chinese housing prices.

Welcome to the Bubble Boom (Bloomberg)

According to a recent Bloomberg Global Poll, investors today fear the rise of asset bubbles in everything from the Internet to social media to the housing markets in London and China. In fact, 82 percent of responding investors, analysts or traders indicated that they felt Internet and social media shares specifically are at nearly unsustainable rates, while 73 percent felt that way about Chinese housing prices.  These same respondents were less concerned about immediate bubbles in the United States asset markets. While this survey indicates investors are more sensitive about the potential of asset bubbles, does that group include you? And are you worried enough to stay out of those markets entirely?

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