Kaminsky On The Election: “The Easy Money Days Are Gone”

Tuesday, October 23, 2012
By Paul Martin

by Tyler Durden
ZeroHedge.com
10/23/2012

While many are blaming today’s weakness on DuPont and a final awakening that earnings might not hockey-stick as consensus believes, CNBC’s Gary Kaminsky has an interesting angle that is gaining ground among desks. We can argue all day long that central bank actions have driven a ‘wedge’ between fundamentals and market prices (as we did here) and as Gary himself notes “printing money around the world does not help corporate profits” but Kaminsky’s view of today’s weakness is more nuanced to the outcomes of the election. Critically, he makes the case that the market is starting to realize that whoever wins in two weeks, there is a more negative bias post-election. From Obama’s higher taxes and more-of-the-same sluggish economy to Romney’s potential China-Trade-war, an implied strong-USD-policy, and potentially the end of the ‘Bernanke-Put'; Kaminsky says “the easy money days are gone” and warns of a 1000 point correction being possible.

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