Those who follow me on Twitter know that I am currently reading through Ray Dalio’s “The Changing World Order: Why Nations Succeed and Fail”.
Personally, I don’t think there has ever been a more poignant time to read this book than right now. …
The gist of the book is basically this: each of us experiences the standard and repeating business cycles of bull markets and recessions with regularity in our lives.
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Bull markets, on average, last about 7-10 years, made possible by the Federal Reserve Bank’s easing of monetary policy and the ensuing credit expansion.
Recessions last roughly 2-3 years and are the result of credit contraction by that very same central bank.
Everyone is familiar with these cycles, and while it pays to
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