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US Dollar Collapse more likely with Oct 17 Debt Ceiling Agreement – Wiedemer AfterShock Economy may come under BO

US Dollar Collapse more likely with Oct 17 Debt Ceiling Agreement – Wiedemer AfterShock Economy may come under BOThe probability of $ collapse under BO is now very likely.  Why?  The total debt continues to increase much faster than GDP … Continue reading

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Why have we not yet experienced AfterShock Economy?

Why have we not yet experienced the AfterShock economy?  Our debt is exploding.  Real wealth creation is weak, except for a glimmer of hope from a new developing but not yet proven energy boom – see https://economics501.wordpress.com/2013/02/10/energy-boom-a-wild-card-for-upcoming-wiedemer-aftershock-economy/.  Prospects of us … Continue reading

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Aftershock Economy’s Wiedemer Comments Regarding Immediate Economic Choices

Aftershock Economy’s Wiedemer Comments Regarding Immediate Economic Choices Robert Wiedemer stated the US now can choose to take a mild recession or kick the can down the road, increase budget deficit to $2 trillion up from $1.2 trillion to avert … Continue reading

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Aftershock Economy After Obama Election Victory

Aftershock Economy More Likely with Obama Election Win The economic debacle Wiedemer predicts appears to be a virtual certainty now.  Why? In less than 4 years total Fed Gov debt has increased from $10.6 Trillion to $16.2 Trillion and may … Continue reading

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Weidemer Aftershock Economy per U.S. Debt Spiral

Aftershock Economy Possible with Recession and Debt Spiral Better days may be ahead but only if we address our debt spiral ASAP.  But before I get there, here is some gloom and doom. The US economy is close to recession … Continue reading

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July 1, 2012 – Aftershock Economy Update

July 1 2012 – Aftershock Economy Perspectives Chile and New Zealand economic turnarounds in 1980s and 1990s respectively can provide hope US can avoid a most severe downturn. Robert Weidemer is his 2 Aftershock books believes that it is very … Continue reading

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