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The U.S. healthcare sector is in a gigantic ‘bubble’ that is about to implode

And when the giant balloon pops, there will be a financial crisis.

You might remember that in 2020 there were stories of healthcare workers being laid-off, which shocked some people more than an Alfred Hitchcock movie. Layoffs might sound counter-intuitive, but since the focus was on the…

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Jonathan Garner

Jonathan Garner

Finance/Investing/Economics blogger. I’m also a Philosophy of Religion blogger:https://jonathandavidgarner.wordpress.com/

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