Video: When Should We Listen to Bears?
The time to pay attention to bears is when nobody else is.
That's great news for the bulls, but not so great for the bears. At least, this was the case before the economic meltdown. Over the past year, bears like Nouriel Roubini and Nassim Taleb have become media darlings, embraced by mainstream media outlets from CNBC to The Economist.
So, now that bears are in vogue, should everybody start listening to them?
Not so fast.
Join Kevin Depew for a closer look.
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