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Monday, November 9, 2009
Rosenberg - Bonds Good
Looking at the fact that total household debt still exceeds long-turn norms of 60% by a factor of more than two, we are still in the early stages of a secular credit contraction that could well end up seeing another $5 trillion of debt collapse. This is a highly deflationary process; it will take time; and while we are bullish on gold and commodities strictly on global supply-demand imbalances, bonds remain a very good place because deflationary episodes provide solid real yields to investors.
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