Jan 8, 2019

An Inflationary Recession Is Coming

First of all, they're not going to raise interest rates in 2019, they're talking about doing that but what they're actually going to do is: they're gonna take interest rates back down to zero once it's obvious that the economy is in recession and they're going to launch another round of quantitative easing.

That is going to take a very bad situation and make it much worse because it's not going to work like it did last time in that it blew up a bigger bubble. This is going to blow up in everybody's face. It's not going to cause real estate prices to go up or stock prices to go up. 

It's gonna cause food prices to go up gasoline prices it's the cost of living that's gonna rise not the level of the stock market and so this is going to be an inflationary recession.

Jan 4, 2019

We Are On The Precipice Of A Much Worse Crisis

It's not a volatile economy it's a bubble economy thanks to the Federal Reserve they inflated an even bigger bubble on purpose than the one they inflated by accident that popped in 2008.

The economy is in much worse shape structurally today than it was before it fell apart the last time so this is the beginning of a much greater crisis of a much greater recession than the one that we experienced back in 2008.

Jan 3, 2019

The Fed Will Do Quantitative Easing All Over Again

I don't think that the President has a lot of fans at the Federal Reserve but I don't know that those guys are smart enough to know how to target him. I actually think that had the Federal Reserve not raised interest rates it would be worse right now because the only reason the US Dollar hasn't imploded is because the Federal Reserve is raising interest rates and because people believe they're gonna continue to raise interest rates.

Now, I don't believe that. Before Trump is finished with this term, interest rates will be back at zero and the Federal Reserve is gonna be doing quantitative easing all over again. Except it's gonna backfire because it's not going to reflate asset bubbles, it's gonna throw gasoline on the inflation fire.

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