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A Recession is Coming . . . A Recession is ALWAYS Coming

You have to hand it to economists — they say the darndest things. In a Wall Street Journal survey, a group of economists “put the odds of the next downturn happening within the next four years at nearly 60 percent.”  Oh no. Today, we will make another entry in the catalog of how worthless predictions tend… Read More The post A Recession is Coming... A Recession is ALWAYS Coming appeared first on The Big Picture.
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