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I always had an inkling that Wall Street was not an accurate gauge of the real economy. I didn’t know for sure and couldn’t give you any discernible theory as to why but my gut told me this was the case. Turns out I was right. I am a pretty humble dude but am also one smart mother f€cker (I’m actually not that smart at all. This is stuff a 3rd grader could understand.) and was able to able to crack the code.

There have been several instances of real legitimate growth in America since our inception (and our sexy, sexy conception). Arguably the most explosive growth we’ve enjoyed was the period starting from roughly the end of the civil war through the 1913ish. Government was relatively nonintrusive, there was no income tax, we were innovating like nobody’s biz-nass, we got electric lights up in this piece, the telephone was invented, we were laying train tracks like mad, Henry Ford invented the assembly line, and so on… (more…)