Making Economics Happen

We have journeyed together through a number of important economic precepts, multiple economic cause-and-effect relationships, and a daunting assortment of charts. Some of these, although clearly accessible to readers having economic or business knowledge, require close attention to master. We recognize by now that monitoring and analyzing a series A and series B, bear markets, and recessions all together—even in a simplified charted format—requires serious concentration. But without charts explaining, and then documenting, historical relationships as the basis for the future, this book’s exploration of the historic sequence of economic and stock market cycles as the basis for forecasting would represent theory ...

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