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These Markets Are the Definition of Insanity – Here’s Why… and What to Do Now

Central banks have deluded markets into believing they can generate economic prosperity, but not one of their policies has stimulated growth. The post These Markets Are the Definition of Insanity – Here’s Why… and What to Do Now was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the money!
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