the 2008 market crash

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    It seemed for a minute that reality would bring some semblance of market-pricing to U.S. and global markets, because it's much needed.

    But then central banks stepped in... again. I knew they would.

    No, I'm not surprised that, all around the world, central banks continue to manipulate market-moving pawns across a chess board. And by pawns I don't mean economies, I mean equity market prices for banks, bank debt, and sovereign debt.

    What is surprising is how blatant central bankers are becoming about the manipulation.

    Under these conditions, the market - let's call it the "Extend and Pretend Market" - has some big opportunities and some pitfalls for investors.

    So let's have a look at what's in store...

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