Things We Worry About

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Things we normally worry about

The CAPE ratio

The inverted yield curve

Peak profits

GDP growth

Demographics

Student loans

Bond liquidity

Black swans

Flash crashes

The Fed being behind the curve

Gridlock in congress

Geopolitical instability

Inflation

Deflation

The decline in listed stocks

The bubble in private markets

Buybacks

Auto loans

Index funds distorting prices

Am I saving enough money?

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