There’s something magical about bubbles. Formed of water, soap and a breath of air they seem incredible. In financial markets, bubbles are a lot less revered, but the ingredients are almost the same: hot air, liquidity, and an idea to bind it all together. And, looking back, it’s clear that a bubble of some kind inflates and bursts every 10 years or so.
Are we currently in a money bubble? Watch this 3-minute video to find out.