"What we have is a bull market in assets between 2002 and the end of 2007, early 2008, and a weak dollar during that time. 2008 was the opposite, a strong dollar and all asset markets went down except for bonds. And now 2009 we bottomed out on the S&P at 666 in March and since then have rallied strongly and in emerging markets even more, but the dollar was weak. And I expect now maybe for the next couple of months a period of a recovering dollar and a correction time in asset markets..... Because a strong dollar means global liquidity is tightening." Watch the full interview."
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