Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert of the Keiser Report spend today’s entire report on an analysis of just what is going on in the American homeland, the spread of dumb money and smart money going into wildly divergent sectors, and the reason for the strange behavior of these two avenues of our ecomony.
Keiser and Herbert state that the common cause of the divergence in allocation of funds by the dumb and by the smart money is routed in the deeply flawed makeup of the American healthcare system.
The healthcare system in the Netherlands and the United States cost their people by far the maximum amounts in the entire world. Yet in Netherlands the gross infrastructure of their economy, transportation and social needs far exceed that the United States.
Whereas, in the U.S., we may think of our equivalent sectors of this economy as far behind theirs in ability and in sophistication.
Bottom line is that that the United States, in effect, is a minimum of twenty-five years behind the Netherlands in the things our people need to exist in modern society. But the Netherlands, though its spends less, nonetheless is a modern, up-to-date nation.
What is the reason this disparity and is there any way out?
Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert report.
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