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he's a lover too, and someone who can enjoy a good party now and again. He's also someone who likes to fish. His day job? He's an economic professor at NYU. He was the predictor of the housing collapse. It's his face that's constantly streamed across CNBC and Bloomberg and now
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Nouriel Roubini, otherwise known as Dr. Doom, talks about the outlook for the stock market in 2012. Surprisingly, Mr. Roubini is not as gloom and doomy as he usually is. Perhaps he woke up on the right side of the bed. He talks more about dirty laundry than anything else. And yes, he still see volatility in the markets:
“Last year was a year of risk, volatility, uncertainty and surprises and the question is, ‘Are they going to happen again?’” Roubini said. “If you think about all these tail risks about the global economy, the reality is many of them
Getty Images If there was a measure of how often Dr. Doom, otherwise known as Nouriel Roubini, was on TV doing interviews or press, you could predict when we've reached a bottom in the stock market. Heck, if you were just to monitor Roubini's own Twitter account, and see the surge in his own tweets, him relishing the doom and gloom, you'd probably come damn close to picking the bottom in the stock market. These days, what with Europe in a chaotic state and the U.S. perhaps in a long drawn out jobless recession, Mr. Roubinhi is front and center on
And we get it that he doesn't like the economy already. He'd better stick with comparing the U.S. economy to a deep ugly swamp and not make comparisons to U.S. Navy Seals dying in a terrible helicopter crash. Come on man. Here's the Roubini tweet and then Josh Brown rightly questioning his motives and use of the comparison. @Nouriel Nouriel Roubini Ben can send the helicopters but the risk-off & fear &
deep ugly swamp and talked about a perfect storm coming in 2013. I'm now wondering if that perfect storm he was predicting hasn't come a bit early, what with the S&P downgrade, the
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