294: Is This America’s Most Recession-Resilient Market?
Is This America's Most Recession-Resilient Market?
Deflation is occurring before long-term inflation is expected.
When people stop buying things, manufacturers can’t charge enough, so they stop making products. This results in more layoffs.
Our national debt is $26 trillion. It’s doubtful that it will ever be repaid. This is why The Fed must inflate.
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