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When Good Is Bad

The good economic news is actually bad. Here’s why.

Between 2008 and the third quarter of 2017, the net worth of U.S. households surged from $56 trillion to $97 trillion (Good news? Remember, that’s an oxymoron), but previous busts — in the mid-2000s and the late 1990s — were preceded by periods of rising asset values and especially low saving.”

George Will

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