I interviewed a financial planner in Findlay, Ohio, for an article for my wife’s magazines. During the interview, we talked about the Federal Reserve’s quantitative easing, contemporary issues affecting both the stock and bond markets, and several dynamics around international trade deals — that seem to be in flux with the advent of Trump’s administration. If it was my administration, there would be a lot of economic things in general that would be in flux. (See…) In fact, we advocate a whole new (or rather “old”) paradigm when it comes to this area of society. We believe in a shift back to an agrarian based society. In addition, we would promote a lot more local production for local consumption. And we would also inspire a focus on a lot more craftsmanship, instead of mass production. What’s more, our form of “globalization” would be a lot more focused on a series of comprehensive social justice initiatives to help Third World countries become as sustainable as possible.