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It's Looking A Lot Like 2008 Now...

Authored by Chris Martenson via, Did Friday's market plunge mark the start of the next crash?   Economic and market conditions are eerily like they were in late 2007/early 2008. Remember back then? Everything was going great.  Home prices were soaring. Jobs were plentiful. The great cultural marketing machine was busy proclaiming that a new era of permanent prosperity had dawned, thanks to the steady leadership of Alan Greenspan and later Ben Bernanke.
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