The Day After was the movie of my time.
It’s the mid-1980s, and the US is on the brink of a nuclear war.
In Kansas City, residents go about their daily lives. A doctor is busy at the hospital. A woman prepares for her upcoming wedding.
Then two nuclear missiles hit. Part of a cluster of 300+ ICBMS fired from the Soviet Union
Fiction, not fact. But the fear this movie generated cannot be underestimated. It profoundly depressed President Reagan.
Right now, we’re threatened with a pandemic situation. But there is no total threat to food production or the networks that maintain our developed society.
The real threat is the government ‘money-printing’. The impact on many companies. And the runaway inflation that could boom once the world opens for business again.
Play your cards right, and this could be a profitable time for shareholders over the long game.
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