NYT: I just got here, but I know trouble when I see it

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“I just got here, but I know trouble when I see it,” reads the headline on the cover of The New York Times Business section. Barry Ritholtz raises the issue of whether the headline and cover (below) are unduly negative on the U.S. economy and could turn out to be a contrarian indicator. In my opinion, possibly.

Source: The New York Times, December 31, 2011 (hat tip: The Big Picture).

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