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How to get rich. Seriously.

Keynes didn’t see it. Neither did we.

In1930, in the teeth of the Great Depression, the great economist of that time — John Maynard Keynes — wrote an essay called “Economic Possibilities for Our Grandchildren.” In it, Keynes shared his view that — as grim as current circumstances appeared — he remained optimistic about the longer term prospects of the American economy. He predicted that by…

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Venture storyteller, wartime consiglieri, lyrical gangsta. Partner, G20 Ventures, thoughts here are my own. http://about.me/miketrap

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Mike Troiano

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Venture storyteller, wartime consiglieri, lyrical gangsta. Partner, G20 Ventures, thoughts here are my own. http://about.me/miketrap

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