Some of you may be wondering why there’s so much talk of US recession when the stock market is trading close to its all-time highs and unemployment is at historic lows. In the following article, we’ll take you through a number of indicators that are pointing towards depression.
Back in August of this year, Google searches for the word “collapse” more than tripled worldwide and quadrupled in the US.
As the screenshots below show, the last time searches for this term were anywhere near this high was back in 2008, ground zero for the last financial crisis, or “the great crisis” as it has been dubbed.
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