Feb 15, 2022Liked by Antonio Linares

Why have you used 1942 as the end date for World War II? You could argue that the Battle of Stalingrad (1942) was a turning point, the official end of the WWII was in 1945.

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Do consider that you're looking at the US.

It was the rising power, the apex power, at the end of the WWII with huge portions of the Global GDP - more than half by some estimates - and immense military power combined with a domestic economy that was merely retooled for war instead of ruined utterly lack a number of other countries.

Using it as the reason to stay invested seems deeply unwise.

I do agree with you that we must stay invested, but I don't quite agree with your reasoning in the article.

Thanks for your work in writing it though.

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