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By EconMatters
We discuss the rate differentials between Switzerland, Britain, Europe, Japan and the United States and how this Developed Financial Markets carry trade is incentivizing excessive risk taking with tremendous leverage and destabilizing the entire financial system in the process in this video. You want to know what is behind weekly market records, borrowed money via punchbowl central bank…

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By EconMatters
We discuss the rate differentials between Switzerland, Britain, Europe, Japan and the United States and how this Developed Financial Markets carry trade is incentivizing excessive risk taking with tremendous leverage and destabilizing the entire financial system in the process in this video. You want to know what is behind weekly market records, borrowed money via punchbowl central bank…

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By EconMatters
We discuss the fact that the market could get all three of its wishes in tax cuts, an infrastructure spending plan, and deregulation and still go into a recession because the natural course of the business cycle trumps all of these on the margin policy growth drivers. I would put it at around 50% that the US Economy…

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By EconMatters
We discuss the fact that the market could get all three of its wishes in tax cuts, an infrastructure spending plan, and deregulation and still go into a recession because the natural course of the business cycle trumps all of these on the margin policy growth drivers. I would put it at around 50% that the US Economy…

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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 discuss Priceline setting a new record high as another example of an overvalued tech stock in an overall tech bubble with a 41 p/e, very reminiscent of the 2000 tech induced market crash, with a bunch of over valued tech stocks leading the markets to unsustainable record highs, only to crash to record lows wiping out years of…

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By EconMatters
We discuss Priceline setting a new record high as another example of an overvalued tech stock in an overall tech bubble with a 41 p/e, very reminiscent of the 2000 tech induced market crash, with a bunch of over valued tech stocks leading the markets to unsustainable record highs, only to crash to record lows wiping out years of…

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