Bubbles Infect U.S. Economy With Dutch Disease

For years, politicians of both parties have advocated rebuilding manufacturing plants that were offshored in recent decades. With a consensus that manufacturing jobs are good, why hasn’t this happened? Because perpetual asset bubbles and a manufacturing renaissance are unlikely to co-exist. Dan explains more in this week’s commentary.

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Dan Amoss

Dan Amoss, CFA, tracks aggressive accounting and other red flags that markets miss. He’s a student of the Austrian School of economics and Daily Reckoning fan since 2000. Agora Financial relies on Dan for macro market commentary as well as profitable plays like his 2008 call to readers to buy Lehman Bros. puts, which...

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