It is like this all over. Noted in the Whitehall study is that stress follows rank.http://www.zerohedge.com/news/bbc-speec ... ules-world
Nothing is an accident, just deluded design it is said at times. I found this compelling to read and will leave it for thought.
"India has also been active member of "synchronous soap drop in public toilet" experiment that US has propagated. The concept is simple to understand, if all the soverigns drop the soap in the public toilet at the same time, then there is nobody to f&*^ them. US started with huge financial ponzi and they evangelized this solution through G20 nations and other coordination whereby they have encouraged all soverign nations to print, devalue, take on more debt, bailout, and stimulus at the same time under the pretext that it was necessary to save the world. Suprisingly it has worked so far, however, the moment the experiment gets put of phase you can imagine the results and the nations start to find those dropping soap attractively positioned. India/Chine and others have been very willing participants in this experiment."
I must admit I found it interesting and the current investing sentiment the Fed is now contracted to collecting you will see soon.
Also in the forums we forwarded descript natures we trend here also in GD. Also I convey a story from Isaac Newton, which may be true and, in any case, is a great story from Jeremy Grantham
Newton had the great good luck to get into the South Sea Bubble early. He made a really decent investment and a very quick killing, which mattered to him. It was enough to count. He then got out, and suffered the most painful experience that can happen in investing: he watched all of his friends getting disgustingly rich. He lost his cool and got back in, but to make up for lost time, he got back in with a whole lot more (some of it borrowed), nicely caught the decline, and was totally wiped out. And he is reported to have said something like, “I can calculate the movement of heavenly bodies but not the madness of men.”
"It is not that government has lacked information needed to fix the problem. It is institutionally incapable of bringing about the desired result, since the principles of profit and loss, private property and contract, enterprise and entrepreneurship, do not exist in government. Any Government operates with an eye to its own short-term survival, and those of its connected interest groups, and nothing else
I think Tiberius said it best.....
"Governing Rome is like holding a wolf by it's ears...."