The Mother of All Financial Crises - Why This is Worse than 1929
A Harvard economist refers to this one as potentially ‘the mother of all financial crises,” and “the deepest dive on record for the global economy for over 100 years.” This one is tough. The worldwide implications are very extensive. There are five factors that make the present conditions far worse than the Great Depression of 1929. Are you ready for a very big humbling of the nations, beginning with the United States of America. Here’s the strategy to prepare: Get Serious.
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