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Podcast: Money Grows on Trees, but the Forest is Dying

John Rubino spoke with us on Monday. Seems that China has printed up a cool trillion to bail out its stock market earlier this year. And Japan's Central Bank is now one of the top 10 owners of 90 percent of Japan's publicly traded companies. How did this happen? Is this really the way to bring the economy back? It hasn't worked so far and there's no reason to believe that it ever will. What's the definition of insanity?

 

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