I have a quick question for you regarding the giant automobile bubble we currently have. Obviously, it is a result of credit expansion/artificially low interest rates. But would you say that it is fueled mainly by:
A.) Car companies taking advantage of the low interest rates — investing too much, creating too much, and giving too many “sweet deals” to their customers;
B.) Banks and investment firms, who are more than happy to invest in the subprime auto market and provide cheap loans; or
C.) A mixture of both A and B?
Thanks so much for your thoughts.