The Bull Market Is Over

This morning, our driver sounded his horn, then started the engine. Cars are never taken in for repair in India unless the horn doesn’t work. You can drive without brakes, but not without a horn. Maybe that’s why 110,000 people die on India’s roads and railways every year.

We were on our way to CNBC, where we were being interviewed. For some reason, your editor has achieved minor celebrity on the subcontinent. The announcer told his audience that we were a “venerated western economist.” Other interviewers ask for autographs. Many have read our books. All want to know what we really think.

This is probably because our views flatter them. Unlike the US, India is not at the end of a 50-year credit expansion. It’s only at the beginning. Investors might look forward to many years of growth.

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