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Holger Zschaepitz Oct 23
balance sheet hit fresh All-Time High. Total assets rose by $26bn from prior week, to $7.177tn on QE. Treasury securities rose by $25bn to $4.50tn. Now balance sheet equal to 37% of US's GDP vs 's 66% and BoJ's 137%.
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Nyan Federal Reserve 46s
I thought the source is the ( demand for debt ) and Congress is the supply ( supply of debt ). Congress authorizes the to print dollars.
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Jan Weir Oct 27
Pre 2008 made risky loans to homeowners Pre 2020, the banks made equally risky loans to corporations that clearly could not pay them back The is secretly bailing them out again while denying it is doing it according to :
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The Dollar Vigilante Oct 26
The FED Will Use Digital Dollars to Unleash Inflation. Universal Basic Income is Coming.
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Tuomas Malinen Oct 28
'Zombification' in action. Courtesy of your local central bank.
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#100%Trader Oct 29
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Mr Stoxxs Oct 30
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Todun Consulting Oct 28
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Gavin Wendt 9h
Charting America's Debt: $27 Trillion and Counting
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Peter Schiff Oct 28
On CNBC said a contested election is good news for the stock market because it will cause the Fed to backstop losses with more QE. Maybe if starts turning people into Zombies we can all stay home and get rich, as money printing sends stock prices soaring.
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SchiffGold Oct 27
The stock market is a bubble created by the . And what do bubbles eventually do?
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The Crypto (R)Evolution Oct 29
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Art Vandelay Oct 29
Its part of the game of being long say 80% + gold,silver & miners although annoying that we go down w stocks & then up w their bailout (stimulus, )
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Brant Hammer Oct 25
The last 6 months of my reading life. Finished the last one today (21 Lessons). Time to start over by reading The Bitcoin Standard for the 3rd time.
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Brannigan Barrett Oct 28
Replying to @Trader_Bran
An update on this gold long trade synopsis. If you look at the market reaction function from fed/march. Gold was highly correlated to the USD. When risk-off happened, initially USD was sold on policy measures. Gold rallied. The real bid in gold came when dollar topped!
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David Brady 20h
Watch oil and solar and what happens ST if Trump or Biden wins. I believe these could both go up together in the next couple of years.
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Roberto Perli 20h
The lowers the loan limit in the Main Street Lending Program. Can't hurt, but the loan limit is not the main reason why the program is so little used. The problem is that banks are not willing to lend to those who need and want the loans because of the risk involved.
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Brandon Koeser 18h
The Main Street Lending Program changes announced by the are a positive. Are they enough to entice newly eligible to apply? The answer to that hinges on when and what is in the next round of . My take on the latest:
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Sophia King 22h
JD sent me this pic yesterday of what he was having for breakfast 🧐 💙🦅
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Tuomas Malinen Oct 25
"The has been engaged in a losing fight to avert the collapse of the global financial bubble which the central banks helped to create. The impact on the real economy, delivered by the coronavirus, is almost certain to bring it all crashing down."
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