Jesse Colombo MBb + And Bubbles

Jesse Colombo sent some ripples through the media in the past few days predicting the end of the NZ economy in almighty bubble driven crash.
Who is this Colombo fellow?
He is a 28 year old “expert” born in Marseille, France  to a French father and an American mother, and was raised in the United States, on Long Island, New York. He developed an interest in finance, economics and investing at age 15, and self-educated in those subjects throughout high school.
It appears that in the few short years he studied and successfully graduated in MBb cum laude to become Master in Bubbleology.
Below are the articles he has written on his speciality just over the last 6 months alone.
It goes to prove that if you give 10,000 monkeys 10,000 typewriters for 10,000 years they will eventually type out Shakespeare.   


“12 Reasons Why New Zealand’s Economic Bubble Will End In Disaster”

“A Guide To South Africa’s Economic Bubble And Coming Crisis”

“Why The Worst Is Still Ahead For Turkey’s Bubble Economy”

“Why Singapore’s Stock Market Is At A Critical Juncture”
“How Central Banks Are Popping The Emerging Markets Bubble”

“How To Trade Singapore’s Stock Market In This Panic”

“Why Southeast Asia’s Boom Is A Bubble-Driven Illusion”

“Why Singapore’s Economy Is Heading For An Iceland-Style Meltdown”

“Gold May Be On The Verge Of A Waterfall-Style Decline”

“Bitcoin May Be Following This Classic Bubble Stages Chart”

“Are Philippine Stocks Heading For A Bust?”

“Twitter’s IPO Is More Proof That Tech Is In A Massive Bubble”

“Thailand’s Bubble Economy Is Heading For A 1997-Style Crash”

“Why Stocks Are Undoubtedly Experiencing A Massive Bubble”

“Bubblecovery: Why Our Economic Recovery Is Actually An Illusion”

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