Não vi o debate televisivo entre Obama e Romney. Por essa razão não posso (in)validar a surpreendente "janela de optimismo" que rui a. nele detectou (relativamente aos EUA). Do que tenho lido sobre os dois candidatos, esperaria que a leitura do debate fosse mais nesta linha, justamente aquela a que Jim Rogers e Marc Faber aludem no vídeo abaixo da CNBC, do qual, no ZeroHedge, sublinham a seguinte passagem:
Marc Faber: "Both candidates are clueless and completely artificial..."
Jimmy Rogers: "It's worse than clueless, because they think they know what they're doing.. and so they are dangerous! If they were just clueless and looked out the window, we wouldn't have a problem, but they think they have the solution - but their solutions are what's making the situation worse..."
Marc Faber: "That is precisely the point. It is very dangerous to have ignorant people believing that they know something!"