Liquidating debt decreases risk
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For example, when Ronald Reagan took office in 1991, the U. national debt had just hit 994 billion dollars and the Dow was sitting at 951.
And as you can see from this chart by via David Stockman, roughly that same ratio has held true throughout subsequent presidential administrations…