By Matthias Paul Kuhlmey. A 2017 observation, more relevant than ever: “Sustainability can only be based on a few things: 1) investing in and improving the educational system, providing basis for widespread opportunity at a fair cost; 2) creating the right economic share across the full spectrum of all economic participants, especially targeting a much-needed improvement of real vs. nominal wages; and 3) aiming for a productive state of capital and mind, which allows market participants to succeed or fail based on economic choices made. It is time that policymakers remove their protective bubble wrap, allowing price formation to freely take place, while also educating the broad public that the state of the economy has and will continue to change, particularly considering advances in technology and automation.”

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