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Investment rises as opportunity cost of money increases, Part 2

I posted this graph yesterday which has 234 data points from 1954 to 2016… The graph implies that as profit rates come easier over the nominal cost of money the percentage of gross private investment to GDP tends downward. I tweeted this graph to Miles Kimball who is in favor of negative nominal rates. Negative […]
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