- Vincent Deluard, director of global macro strategy at INTL FCStone, thinks current economic conditions are creating a stock-market environment that can no longer be accurately valued.
- He explains the “faking-it economy” — one characterized by “capitalism without capital” and “employers without employees.”
- Deluard also breaks down how access to cheap capital has distorted the competitive landscape.
- He says this trend will be the most important factor in the next decade.
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