Fertility Rates Keep Dropping, And It’s Going To Hit The Economy Hard

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Fertility Rates Keep Dropping, And It’s Going To Hit The Economy Hard:

Total fertility rates, which can be defined as the average number of children born to a woman who survives her reproductive years (aged 15-49), have decreased globally by about half since 1960. This has drastically shaped today’s global economy, but a continued decline could have much more severe long-term consequences.

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3 thoughts on “Fertility Rates Keep Dropping, And It’s Going To Hit The Economy Hard”

  1. WA male fertility study finds 6 out of 7 participants do not meet international benchmarks
    Researchers call for WHO review after one-seventh meet ‘normal’ sperm count
    A Western Australian study of men in their 20s, published on Friday, found only one in seven met the World Health Organisation’s male fertility criteria

  2. Moving on, the Baltic Dry Index for the last 7 years shows on the attached graph, an undeniable and unfudgeable downward trend.


    Ignoring minute detail which can be used to skew the conclusion, demand has fallen off its perch. So the worldwide economy is quite dead in the water (sorry for the pun), in that there isn’t enough demand to even book shipping.

    Add to that the real unemployment with rampant inflation, crop failures, resultant food shortages etc and the recipe for currency collapse everywhere is ready for implementation, and the Bonds performance as explained here by Cliff High, seems to be the next trigger.



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