Ominous Lessons from Venezuela, Japan and China

Venezuela’s hyperinflation, Japan’s experiment in modern monetary theory (MMT) and China’s rise to global leadership carry ominous lessons for the U.S. and investors in its markets. I will discuss the following: The U.S. can learn from Venezuela’s mistakes that made a rich country poor while artificially inflating its stock market. Japan is leading the way into uncharted economic waters. The U.S. should not follow too closely. China is threatening the U.S. and on a path to world dominance. Conceding the throne relinquishes benefits. My readers know that I am concerned about the U.S. economy and stock market. … (full story)

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