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This Time is Different?

This Time is Different?

Roger discusses Reinhart and Rogoff’s book, This Time is Different, which reveals four repeating, key ingredients that proceed a financial crisis. What is in store for Australia?

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3 Comments

  1. Great video Roger. After watching this and reading your latest white paper, I accept that there is likely to be a negative re-rating of “yield stocks”. But what is your opinion on how the market would value “growth stocks” and companies with a high ROIE once long bond rates start rising?

    • Hi Luke, We cannot predict what relative price reactions might occur in the market. What we do know is that the only thing that can offset a lower ‘P’ in the P/E ratio is a higher ‘E’.

  2. Other good read is Australia boom to bust by Lindsay David who echos many of your thoughts. A hard pill for many to swallow but no doubt the cycle will play out.

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