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The Long Transition…

When a government goes into debt, it’s due to a major economic shock. Then government spending increases due to welfare payments, stimulus measures etc.
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Government: Get Out of My Washing Machine

Breaking news from the Financial Times: ‘Electrolux, the Swedish appliance maker, is exploring starting an “Uber for laundry” in which consumers would use their own washing machines to wash other people’s clothes.’ Your editor has never used an Uber. We’ve …
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Stocks up Following Trump’s Victory — For Now

The US government is US$19 trillion in debt. Under a Trump presidency, that debt will only grow. Perhaps faster than ever. The market is building up to one huge stimulus-induced boom. So buy certain stocks while you can. It won’t last.