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By EconMatters
It appears the Federal Reserve took notice of the overheated stock market and realized they really must be behind the inflation curve. You don`t reach year end targets in the stock market already at all-time highs and haven`t even gotten out of February, and not wake up and realize that you are way behind the asset bubble inflation rate…

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By EconMatters
We discuss the Stock Market Bubble is this video and provide some metrics to help the Federal Reserves Members spot the Bubble, since they seem to be having difficulty spotting the Bubble Market. The Fed should call an emergency meeting tomorrow, and hike rates the 50 basis points they were supposed to do last year, but passed on.…

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By EconMatters
We discuss the Stock Market Bubble is this video and provide some metrics to help the Federal Reserves Members spot the Bubble, since they seem to be having difficulty spotting the Bubble Market. The Fed should call an emergency meeting tomorrow, and hike rates the 50 basis points they were supposed to do last year, but passed on.…

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By EconMatters
We discuss how in general it is a very bad precedent for government officials to talk about the stock market, especially to in effect tie the performance of the stock market to how effective government policy is being handled or implemented in an administration. Especially given the high valuation market lead-in, this risk/reward scenario plays out very poorly…

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By EconMatters
We discuss how in general it is a very bad precedent for government officials to talk about the stock market, especially to in effect tie the performance of the stock market to how effective government policy is being handled or implemented in an administration. Especially given the high valuation market lead-in, this risk/reward scenario plays out very poorly…

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By EconMatters
We discuss the global inflation problem that first started in financial markets and now is working its way into the global economy in this video. Central Banks all around the world are behind the curve in fighting inflation with far too loose monetary policies. None of these global interest rates belong at these historically low ridiculous levels, and we…

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By EconMatters
We discuss the global inflation problem that first started in financial markets and now is working its way into the global economy in this video. Central Banks all around the world are behind the curve in fighting inflation with far too loose monetary policies. None of these global interest rates belong at these historically low ridiculous levels, and we…

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By EconMatters
We discuss how traders are in a Euphoric Bubble Mentality where they can buy every dip and feel there is no risk of losing money in a Market Environment similar to other Market Bubbles at the Euphoria Stage of Excessive Risk Taking.  The Fed Needs to Raise Rates 50 Basis Points at the March Meeting!
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By EconMatters
We discuss how traders are in a Euphoric Bubble Mentality where they can buy every dip and feel there is no risk of losing money in a Market Environment similar to other Market Bubbles at the Euphoria Stage of Excessive Risk Taking.  The Fed Needs to Raise Rates 50 Basis Points at the March Meeting!
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By EconMatters
We discuss how Central Banks in England, Europe and Japan in concert with the United States has created the biggest levered up carry trade of all time in financial markets. The unwind of this trade is going to crash financial markets!
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By EconMatters
We discuss how Central Banks in England, Europe and Japan in concert with the United States has created the biggest levered up carry trade of all time in financial markets. The unwind of this trade is going to crash financial markets!
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By EconMatters
We look at exorbitant P/E Ratios across the stock market where I literally can pull any stock up and find an insane p/e ratio right now, and secondly the economic data doesn`t justify a 65 basis points effective fed funds rate. Yes we are in the biggest stock market bubble of all time Janet Yellen!
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