While the normal folk lost their jobs and their houses, Wall Streeters got off relatively easy. Sure, maybe some of them lost their jobs as well — but the general feeling was that the big banks set the middle class up to fail and then were let off the hook with mass bailouts.
Well, the middle class may soon have its revenge, albeit in indirect fashion, according to recent commentary from the Minneapolis-based Leuthold Group.
That’s because as Main Street workers enjoy their lowest unemployment rate in 18 years, the fact it’s so low could be portending a very dangerous period ahead for markets, according to Leuthold’s chief investment strategist, Jim Paulsen.
And when the market melts down, Wall Street trims the fat. …
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