Saturday , 30 May 2020


Economic Overviews

Next Bear Market Shaping Up To Be Quite the Storm – Here’s Why

The U.S. stock market has been closing at one record high after another but, despite the seemingly unending investor optimism more than five years into the current bull market, some worrisome issues are continuing to build under the surface. Like all past bull markets, the latest episode will eventually come to an end and a new bear market will begin and it has the potential to be even worse than the two previous downturns since the start of the new millennium...

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The Boom in China Is Over BUT the “Bust Talk” Is Far Overdone. Here’s Why

China has decided to try and walk back from the edge of a Minsky moment and engineer a soft landing. They have made a decision to pop the bubble deliberately, allow defaults to instill market discipline and remove the moral hazard currently in place. They are moving into the modern world as fast as possible based on the enormous tasks they have embraced so we probably can expect no more booms but probably not a bust either. Let me explain.

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Many Economic Cycle Theorists Believe 2014 to 2020 Is Going To Be Pure Hell For the U.S.! (+3K Views)

Many mainstream economists want nothing to do with economic cycle theorists, but it should be noted that economic cycle theories have enabled some analysts to correctly predict the timing of recessions, stock market peaks and stock market crashes over the past couple of decades - and there are many economists who believe that the period from 2014 to 2020 is going to turn out to be pure hell for the United States.

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China Can’t Compete Economically With the U.S. – Here’s Why

Since the launch of economic reforms in 1978, China has become the world's second-largest economy, the largest merchandise trader, the largest manufacturer and the largest creditor of the U.S...BUT the nation is still a laggard in so many respects that it still can't compete with the United States. Let's take a look at why that is the case.

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