- Investing titan Jeremy Grantham made prescient calls about the bursting of bubbles in 2000 and 2008.
- In an interview, he explained how the current market is eerily reminiscent of the dot-com bubble.
- He also shared the four indicators that have lined up for the biggest potential wipeout of value.
When Jeremy Grantham declared in January that “the long, long bull market since 2009 has finally matured into a fully fledged epic bubble,” he knew there would be “a substantial increase in crazy behavior” before it all came crashing down.
The co-founder of Boston-based Grantham, Mayo & van Otterloo is famous for having made prescient calls about the bursting of the 1989 Japanese asset price bubble, the 2000 tech bubble, and the 2008 real estate bubble.
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