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Are We In A Bubble Economy?

Do we spend today looking at tomorrow’s probable earnings…

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The term “bubble economy” is often used to describe periods of economic growth that are fueled by excessive speculation and credit expansion.

This type of growth is usually not sustainable in the long-term, and often leads to asset bubbles and financial crises.




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Rajeev Mudumba

Rajeev Mudumba

Leader, Entrepreneur, Investor, Coach, Writer, Blogger & Speaker www.planb.live; https://planbsuccessschool.thinkific.com

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