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#39 – The Financial Market Bubble That Burst Japan’s Economy

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Is the US economy in a market bubble that could burst sooner than we think? It’s the question that has been on the minds of many investors causing some degree of fear, anxiety, and uncertainty. After all, we keep witnessing the market hit new all-time highs and investors want to have the confidence that their money is still being put to work.

In today’s episode, Wes addresses this common question and discusses the history and lessons we can learn from one of the greatest economic bubbles in history that occurred in Japan during the 1990’s. Wes also shares five nearly unbelievable scenarios that happened during Japan’s bubble, identifies the mark of a bubble, and discusses cycles of bear and bull markets.

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