Will The U.S. Economy Ever Be Fully Recover And How Long Will It Take To Fully Recover?
Tue, Apr 9, 2013
We’ve seen the Future Of The U.S. Economy and it isn’t good.
The United States has largely banked on the Federal Reserve to bail out the U.S. Economy since the economy first headed into recession in 2007.
As we predicted, the short-term result have been a mini-bubble across many asset classes.
The long-term results are not in yet, but they are just as predictable.
All you have to do is look at what Japan has done over the last two decades.
Japan’s solution was for the government to spend massive amounts of borrowed money on “stimulus” projects and the central bank to print money and keep interest rates low.
Similar actions will produce similar results. It’s never different this time.
The results in Japan, to say the least, have been less than stellar:
There’s absolutely no reason to expect the results to be any different in the United States.Invest accordingly.
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Executive Editor, Contrarian Insights