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Same Mistakes, Bigger Scale

What do record corporate share repurchases, the rise of Modern Monetary Theory, China's attempts to support its currency and Europe's political turmoil have in common?

They're all examples of big players on the global stage repeating the same behaviors while each time expecting a different result.

They'll be disappointed again, and the consequences will be epic.

 

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