'Grave danger': The world's biggest stock bear says it could take 30 years for stocks to be fairly valued — and says a 67% market loss is 'far more likely'
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John Hussman — the outspoken investor and former professor who's been predicting a stock collapse — says investors are locking in dismal returns "regardless of their investment horizon."

He says that it could take 30 years for GDP and corporate revenues to catch up to the S&P 500's current valuation. And that's in the highly unlikely scenario stock values sit still.

Hussman thinks that the S&P 500 is "far more likely" to lose two-thirds of its market value than the scenario above.


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