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Jeremy Siegel says we are in a ‘bond bubble’

Jeremy Siegel, Wharton professor and author of well-known Stocks For The Long Run, published an article this week in the Wall St. Journal saying that we are in a bond bubble.  Bubbles are periods of irrational price appreciation in an asset class, followed by a return to rationality when everyone heads for the door and sells.  With yields from government bonds at multi-decade lows, this is hardly a risky call. Continue reading