Part One: Vikram Mansharamani on the Four Transitions Explaining Today’s Economic Climate in the U.S.

Posted by Admin on Aug 20, 2018 6:00:00 PM
“There are four major transitions underway which explain virtually all of the dynamics we face in the U.S. economy today,” said Vikram Mansharamani, Ph.D., LinkedIn’s “#1 Top Voice in Money, Finance, & Global Economics,” and a recent guest speaker, at the Investments & Wealth Institute Annual Conference Experience—ACE Nashville. “Yes,” he said. “Only four.” Recognized as an authority on geo-politics and geo-economics, Harvard lecturer Mansharamani wasted no time in outlining his premise. The first transition, he suggested, is currently taking place in China. For many years, “we’ve enjoyed an investment led boom that we now hope is heading toward a consumption boom. It is possible; however, as we move from the valley created by the financial crisis that we’re headed toward an overhang,” so that consumption boom remains to be seen. The expanding supply of technology is the second transition, Mansharamani said he sees. More and more countries are producing products, and those...
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