Economic carnage in charts, part three

And the deluded mega-billionaire whose model is costing us $25 billion a day thinks American taxpayers need to be bankrolling China’s propaganda machine on top of that.

But just you wait until April…

More and more folks on Wall Street are acknowledging we are past the point where a rapid recovery is possible. The economic damage is now durable.

This is not a “carnage” chart, but I do think it is interesting how young people are clustering in the US – to me, this says they understand their sensitivity to public policy measures and do not want to live in either (1) high-tax, high-cost-of-living states or (2) places where the 55-and-over communities have a choke-hold on government. We quite seriously have two Americas, and it’s not about politics but demographics.

Buh-bye to the clickbait business model:

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