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Game over for price manipulation


Webster

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Bo is a rather calm and cosevative commentator. He does also have God on his/our side, don't you know

“Nowadays people know the price of everything and the value of nothing.” Oscillate Wildly

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I've seen him a couple of times being interviewed by Greg Hunter, but I don't find him especially convincing. The long term cycles he talks about are just too long to have any plausible causal story behind them. Too much has changed in 150 years. And as always, the years are cherry picked: you can always find cycles of events if you go looking for them. There is a case for saying there is a 4 year cycle based on US presidential election years, and a short term debt cycle of about 7-10 years, but beyond that, I'm doubtful.

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