by James Rickards
The novel coronavirus has dominated the headlines for the past two months, as it should. There’s no bigger story in the world. And besides its human toll, I believe we’ll be dealing with its economic fallout for years.
But let’s not forget, this is an election year. Today I want to tie together the pandemic, the economy and the election.
What we are witnessing is a cascade of complex systems.
A pandemic is one complex dynamic system. The economy is another. A political season is still another.