ALARMINGLY, DEMOGRAPHICS SHOWS USA TO POTENTIALLY BE THE "LEAST UGLY" OVER NEXT 5-15 YEARS
FACT: World Population Growth is declining in most developed countries:
FACT: Population Growth: US and Japan:
Notice the correlation between population growth declining and debt increasing. This suggests that debt has been typically used to offset the falling total population output growth. (We have previously posted that the GDP Generating Capacity of Global Debt has been Diminishing Rapidly!
Using Production Function to Indicate Longer Term Growth Patterns among Major Economies:
- The production function tells you that over the next 5, 10, 15 years, that even with our excessive use of debt, the US is going to have the highest relative growth rate.
- The next chart looks at Marginal Productivity of Debt and Population Growth rate. The U.S. is highest in both categories, which means the rest of the world is likely to be going to be hanging on the U.S.
[SITE INDEX -- MACRO: US - FISCAL]
MACRO: US - FISCAL
MATASII RESEARCH ANALYSIS & SYNTHESIS WAS SOURCED FROM:
SOURCE: 05-19-19 - WorldOutOfWhack.com - "Lacy Hunt: This Is One Of The Most Important Charts In Economics"
All Originally Sourced from FULL PRESENTATION by Dr Lacy Hunt at the Mauldin Strategic Investment Conference:
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