Thursday , 17 August 2017


Why the End of This Economic Death Spiral Is So Hard to Call

Whether you are an investor, concerned citizen or merely someone trying to death-spiral1imagesunderstand the current economic situation, you should be worried. Watch this video to get an outstanding overview of what is occurring.  It is probably the best short explanation as to why the end of this economic death spiral is so hard to call. That is true both regarding timing and the manner in which the collapse occurs.

So writes Monty Pelerin (www.economicnoise.com) in his introduction* to a 27 minute long video by Gordon T. Long and John Rubino.

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*http://www.economicnoise.com/2013/05/06/this-time-is-different/

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