The US continues its economic and military dominance post WW2, uninterrupted. Russian advances in Ukraine stopped due to the western alliance and Ukraine is given full NATO membership post war. Investment in post war Ukraine mirrors that of the Marshall plan, Germany 1945, and provides western contracts with billions in additional revenues.
Due to the Western victory, China falls back in line and warms to the west — providing a fertile environment for investment in a unipolar world.
Pax Americana is refreshed and invigorated by the western victory and demand for dollars soars to record highs, amidst a celebration of what is called “rules based order” by democratic countries in the west. The status quo reigns supreme and the market decline of 2022 is negated — led higher by big tech whose role in a victorious west will be to adhere to government edicts.
GDP growth recovers and American spending hits record highs, as deficit spending increases so does the average wage — giving renewed life to the housing market.
Green energy polices provides investors with fresh avenues of investment whilst also reducing western reliance on unreliable sources of energy. Monetary policy normalizes amidst 2-3% CPI growth, providing investors with a future of potential Fed easing and years of growth and comfort.
Unemployment remains at record lows, providing cause to permit millions of illegals into the country to fill voids. The spike in population will contribute to US GDP growth, while at the same time increasing government spending — which is viewed in a benign manner since the dollar is solidified as currency reserve.
Markets soar to record highs — leading to a spike in alternative investments like Bitcoin.
All is well and everyone lives happily ever after, all gay — some tranny — birth rates drop to zero amidst the whites and the world is soon covered with new people who govern in a fair and equitable fashion — eschewing the colonialism practiced by the former landlords.If you enjoy the content at iBankCoin, please follow us on Twitter