You have to love this: The title of Albert Edwards' latest note is: The biggest bubble in recent history is heading for the mother of all hard landings.
So what's that bubble?
So what's Edwards' big complaint with Australia?Because Australia has gone so long without a recession, everyone has been convinced that it's managed by geniuses, and that the economy there is solved. This is classic bubble thinking. But Australia has telltale signs of a bubble. 5 of the world's most expensive cities are now in Australia (Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Brisbane, and Perth). Not one Australian city falls into traditional measures of "affordability." The entire Australian economy is premised on the wheels not coming off China.