Global Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth has stagnated since the financial crisis in 2008, and here in the U.S. this economic recovery has been the slowest since World War II. GDP growth in the United States has averaged just 2.1% since the beginning of 2009, well below the 3.2% average over the past 70 years. Potential reasons for this slow growth are numerous; debt deleveraging, low capital spending by corporations, central bank market manipulation, etc. While the list of potential reasons ... [Continue Reading]
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