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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 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’ author, agrees with James Rickards regarding Global Currency Wars Impacts

Weidemer, ‘Aftershock’ author, agrees with James Rickards regarding Global Currency Wars Impacts   Per site http://w3.newsmax.com/newsletters/fbta/video.cfm?promo_code=F9F1-1, released August 2, one can learn about prospects of global currency  wars severely damaging the US economy.  The main source for this perspective is … 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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Decrease Odds of Robert Weidemer (Aftershock author) Economic Collapse Prediction

Decrease Odds of Robert Weidemer  (Aftershock author) Economic Collapse Prediction   Reference:  https://economics501.wordpress.com/2011/11/25/aftershock-economy-book-review/   Trade Deficit takes 3% of our GDP: Imagine how much more 3% GDP would enhance our economy – growing at 5% annually instead of 2%.  Almost … Continue reading

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More Optimistic about Economy than Robert Weidemer per his book ‘Aftershock’ (aftershock-economy-book-review-Part 3)

More Optimistic about Economy than Robert Weidemer per his book ‘Aftershock’ (aftershock-economy-book-review-Part 3) Since I read Robert Weidemer’s first edition of ‘Aftershock’ in July 2010 (and then his second edition Fall 2011), I often think about his dire prediction about … Continue reading

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