wallstreetexaminer.com / by Anthony B. Sanders •
The US economy peaked in 1995, according to one measure: M2 Money Velocity (GDP/Money Supply).
Here is a chart of M2 Money Velocity and the 10 year Treasury Constant Maturity rate. Notice that M2 Money Velocity peaked in Q3 1997 after a dramatic rise starting in 1987.
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