A few points about recovery in 2014.

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    In the Gold and Silver threads some points came up that might deserve threads of their own:

    Fracking is decoupling oil from Gold prices by increasing supply. But also venture capitalists are starting to pour increased money into artificial fuels. So, will recovery be fueled by declining real energy costs?

    Will recovery be lopsided due to local governments lacking the money to bulldoze abandoned buildings so the occupied buildings can increase in value?

    Would either or both of these points make for good threads unconnected to gold prices?
     
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    `Bout to tip into another recession are we?...
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    Global economic recovery weakening says IMF
    8 October 2012 - The IMF said the ESM was key to tackling the debt crisis and restoring confidence
     
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    It is my belief that the only way to save the economy--here and worldwide--is to find a way to move wealth back toward the working class and away from the aristocratic ruling class.

    Otherwise, say "hello" to modern industrial feudalism.

    Which is the ultimate goal of the right wing, I believe. They like authority and obedience.
     
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    Europe and the Far East are pushing a string without much luck nad that can definitely cause economic collapse as Japan has demonstrated.
     
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    too stupid but perfectly liberal. the working class is very very rich compared to 50 years ago!! Why not more of the same for the next 50 years rather than idioticially switching to treason and theft.
     
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    too stupid and liberal of course. There is slow growth in Japan but no collapse!! They remain among the richest countries in all of human history!!


    Europe is doing better than we are because they are trimming back liberal government with Republican capitalist austerity programs.
     
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