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"Recession Fatigue"-Fatigue Strongly Suggests It Was Never Just A 'Recession'

Submitted by Jeffrey Snider via Alhambra Investment Partners, Four years ago, recession fatigue had set in as by then it was already several years into recovery even though it just didn’t seem that way. Historical experience had been uniform in business cycle symmetry; the economy comes back with same intensity and pace by which it had been knocked down. From that expectation alone the economy of 2012 should have been roaring in every way imaginable.
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