1NVEST0R MAND1R1 maen SAHAM bener

belajar MANDIRI, akan JAUH LEBE SUKSES (SEJAK 210809)

bila sang guru bicara, $0R0$ talks : 150410 15 April 2010

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Markets could be derailed again, warns Soros
APR 14, 2010 07:11 EDT

… Soros bilang : dunia finansial SEDANG BERJALAN SALAH ARAH … ujungnya bisa KEJATUHAN DAHSYAT yang LEBE HEBAT daripada KRISFINALO …
… kalo cara maen bisnis LEWAT UTANK dan PEMBOROSAN maka krisis mirip KRISMON bisa terjadi lage …
… PASAR KEUANGAN ITU TIDAK STABIL, rentan, dan belum mapan …
… GELEMBUNG FINANSIAL MEMBAYANGI KEBODOHAN INVESTOR global …
… karena NEGARA TERLALU BERLEBIHAN MENANGGUNG BEBAN EKONOMI YANG SEHARUSNYA DITANGGUNG OLEH SEKTOR SWASTA JUGA …
… mungkin, menurut ekspektasi Soros, s/d 8 taon lage akan terjadi KRISIS YANG JAUH LEBE DAHSYAT …

CREDIT CRISIS | ECONOMIST | GEORGE SOROS | MODERN ECONOMICS
Railway porter-turned-billionaire financier George Soros delivered a stark warning last night that the financial world is on the wrong track and that we may be hurtling towards an even bigger boom and bust than in the credit crisis.

The man who ‘broke’ the Bank of England (and who is still able to earn a cool $3.3 bln in a year) said the same strategy of borrowing and spending that had got us out of the Asian crisis could shunt us towards another crisis unless tough lessons are learned.

Soros, who worked as a porter to pay for his studies at the London School of Economics after emigrating from Hungary, warned us to heed the lesson that modern economics had got it wrong and that markets are not inherently stable.

“The success in bailing out the system on the previous occasion led to a superbubble, except that in 2008 we used the same methods,” he told a meeting hosted by The Economist at the City of London’s modern and impressive Haberdashers’ Hall.

“Unless we learn the lessons, that markets are inherently unstable and that stability needs to the objective of public policy, we are facing a yet larger bubble.

“We have added to the leverage by replacing private credit with sovereign credit and increasing national debt by a significant amount.”

One crumb of comfort could be the 10-year period between the 1998 Asian crisis and the 2008 credit crisis. If the pattern is repeated, it should at least mean we have another 8 years to go before the next crash…

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