Whose Bottom is That?

Have we hit Platypus Bottom? UBS analyst Art Cashin thinks so. He coined the phrase this summer during an interview with CNBC. A platypus bottom is an unfamiliar bottom, he explains. What? Well, platypuses are waddling contradictions the only mammals to lay eggs, breathe air and spend a lot of time under water. Cashin concludes: The recent action has many conflicting and paradoxical signs related

Have we hit “Platypus Bottom?” UBS analyst Art Cashin thinks so. He coined the phrase this summer during an interview with CNBC. A platypus bottom is an “unfamiliar bottom,” he explains. What? Well, platypuses are waddling contradictions — the only mammals to lay eggs, breathe air and spend a lot of time under water. Cashin concludes: “The recent action has many conflicting and paradoxical signs related to bottoms” — circuitous but interesting.

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