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Anurag,

Thanks for posting such a great summation. This book has got my attention.

The worth of the U.S. economy at 55 trillion, debt at 2 trillion, and the future of this economy based on possible stagflation are something we should keep our eyes on.

There's a lot to take in from this book. It covers a lot of real estate.

The ideas it presents are very interesting to say the least.

It's very useful to review the past. The current or recent lamentations professing a financial Armageddon are nothing new. During or soon after World War II one would suppose the world really was coming to an end. The same can be said for the Depression. Just as giddyness and lax regulation helped bring about the euphoria in the stock market and housing, the current malaise is just as severe, albeit in the opposite direction. Although there will always be some bubbles and bursts in our economy, the playing field and the rules need to be fair so that our society can remain vibrant and grow.

We need to keep that in line, keep the rules fair, so that the next Microsoft, Google, or Net 1 UEPS can come out of nowhere, and change the world. Okm Net 1 UEPS hasn't changed the world yet, but you get my drift.



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