- A warning sign from the dot-com bubble is back in play. Tech sector IPO performance and the broader market.
- Jim Rogers is really confident about the U.S. being in a recession in the next year. How confident? 100%.
- A U.K. startup claims to have found a way to predict a market selloff before it happens. And they're targeting asset managers, investment banks and regulators.
- Larry Summers sounds the alarm about a potential crisis due to low inflation. 'At least as serious as the inflation problem of the 1970s.'
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Warning sign from the dot-com bubble has returned
Plus: Jim Rogers predicts a U.S. recession, a startup thinks it can predict big selloffs, and Larry Summers issues a low inflation warning
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