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I am a retired geologist with an MS in geology (worked mostly international areas) and an MBA. I've been trading full time since 1995. I am interested in economic events and trends that may hurt or benefit my accounts. I know just enough to be dangerous based on anecdotal information.
In my opinion, discussion about labor versus capital is just as valid for white collar workers as blue collar workers, and possibly more important in the US since about 70% of our economy is from services.
Three things I am most worried about:
What would our real growth be over the last 30-40 years net of consumer and government debt, as well as financial products such as derivatives?
How will we get off the debt enhanced growth?
How long can the economy support over-paid white collar workers that don't obviously contribute to the economy (not value added work)? My general thesis is that many of these workers can be replaced by automation and simplification of rules and regulations.
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