U.S. Stock Bubble has Accounted for Nearly All Global Market Cap Gains Since October 2007

NIA has just published a must see slideshow showing the change between October 2007 and today of each country’s share of the total global market cap of stocks. It shows that the U.S. stock bubble has fueled most of the rise in the world’s total global market cap of stocks to over $70 trillion. Click on the link below to see for yourself.

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Each country's share of total global stock valuations. Comparison between October 2007 and today.

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