The 64-Month Bubble Pattern
March 26 2014
Ben Bernanke, Janet Yellen, and Alan Greenspan have explicitly stated within the last few months that stock markets are not in a bubble.
History shows their track record on such predictions is embarrassing, which has left both Greenspan and Bernanke grasping for excuses after previous bubbles burst on their watch.
Soon it will be Janet Yellen's turn to backpedal, as there is simple-yet-compelling evidence that stock markets are indeed right now in an unsustainable growth pattern.
Yup, it's a bubble.
In what may come as a surprise to Fed Chairs and Nobel Laureates everywhere, it turns out the most valuable skill needed to identify a bubble in financial markets is the ability to count to 64.
All the "name-brand" market bubbles in history have lasted 64 months from initial growth to blow-off top. This includes the 3 biggest bubbles in modern market his