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# 206013 6-Dec-2016 19:21
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Thought provoking and hopefully not too negative collection of predictions from some experts for what's coming in 2017:

 

https://www.bloomberg.com/graphics/pessimists-guide-to-2017/

 

 


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  # 1683439 6-Dec-2016 19:36
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Excellent - but not pessimistic enough.  wink

 

The elephant in the room is not even mentioned - World War Three.





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  # 1683447 6-Dec-2016 19:50
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Very interesting read, but I can't see the Saudi's burning through their oil reserves in a big hurry.

 
 
 
 


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  # 1683450 6-Dec-2016 19:57
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The annual gloom and doom, reminds me of the soothsayer in the TV comedy Up Pompeii, "woe woe the end of the world is nigh".

Been hearing these stories for decades.




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  # 1683455 6-Dec-2016 20:13
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MikeB4: The annual gloom and doom, reminds me of the soothsayer in the TV comedy Up Pompeii, "woe woe the end of the world is nigh".

Been hearing these stories for decades.

 





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