Will we repeat Japan’s trials?

A great post this morning on how US (all developed countries really) may or may not repeat the trials of Japan as they worked to overcome debt and demographics.  While the precision in this post baffles me (who can really be that accurate), the points and risks are very relevant and something that i am  paying attention to and weaving threads thru multiple sources w/ similar take-aways … conclusion quote: 

“While the four factors identified in my earlier article are bad enough for the US domestic economy and were termed the four horsemen of the apocalypse, the change of trend in central bank balance sheet growth is going to be Thor’s Hammer to asset markets worldwide.  Even robust national government spending in 2019, with a government deficit injecting over $900B into the economy, will not offset the impact of synchronous central bank asset selling.”


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