All of the World's Money...

Because of COVID-19,  I have lost track of time, I wake up and I am not sure of what day of the week it is, maybe Tuesday, it could be Wednesday? My sheltering in place has consisted of homeschooling a five-year-old and a two-year-old. My retreat from homeschooling has consisted of a lot of Youtube, Netflix, and deep-diving into economic theories about past and current market systems.  I have grown more even more fascinated with the concept of money after the most recent stimulus package of 2T+.

I have posted the below infographic before, in light of stimulus checks going out to American households, this post feels timely.

Courtesy of: Visual Capitalist

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