Sudden Event Would Be More than Enough to Spark Financial Crisis, Warns Faber
Many have expected a financial crisis in 2017. Some may have even hoped for one, thinking it would cause a big dent in President Donald Trump’s popularity. In August and September, as if taking a sigh of relief, investors pushed the pedal to the metal. For much of 2017, the markets have performed as if nobody even wonders, “Will there be another financial crisis?”
Ten years after the subprime crisis, the ever-crazier world of stock markets is on the verge of a new financial bubble. As it happens, it’s no time to consign stock market crash predictions to the closet of obsolescence.