When reading stories on the financial collapse of 2008 that are titled: "Never Saw It Coming" one can study all the economic models and discern what may have happened but the final outcome may simply be to use good economic judgment in our decisions for the monetary system and economy because there will always be an unknown factor that can cause a collapse. The stimulus spending is unprecedented in US history with $85 billion/month spent by the US to support our economy. It is obvious that the active market is superficial and that something needs to authenticate to assure stability within our financial and monetary system. The stimulus spending is great for the economy but very concerning to the nation's financial and monetary security and health. This may make a superficial construct that needs to come back to fertile economic ground because the existing foundation may be weak and we are building this structure on it.
Maureen Kris is educated in advanced spiritual studies, political science and international relations. For more details please visit: http://brentwoodspiritualstudiesinstitute.org/maureen-kris-bio.html