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Economists would make one fundamental mistake – Economics is not a science. Human behavior and irrationality, combined with the market’s unpredictability and randomness make predictions mostly useless.
Mostly useless means you are destructive.
It is impossible to know the answer to the most critically important questions. So perhaps the best advice, to quote Charles Bukowski, is “don’t try.”