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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
It is pretty obvious the stock market is not, and has not been trading on actual earnings for a long time, but at these valuations it is starting to get downright scary how far these assets are going to fall in the inevitable market crash when every excessive risk taker runs for the exits at the same time.…

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By EconMatters
It is pretty obvious the stock market is not, and has not been trading on actual earnings for a long time, but at these valuations it is starting to get downright scary how far these assets are going to fall in the inevitable market crash when every excessive risk taker runs for the exits at the same time.…

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By EconMatters
We talk about the current shortsighted analysis going around Wall Street circles in this video. This is why most analysts and Market Strategists are idiots and miss almost every substantive directional shift in Financial Markets. They only focus on the benefits of policy initiatives, and fail to properly account for the associated costs. Stocks have done quite well…

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By EconMatters
We talk about the current shortsighted analysis going around Wall Street circles in this video. This is why most analysts and Market Strategists are idiots and miss almost every substantive directional shift in Financial Markets. They only focus on the benefits of policy initiatives, and fail to properly account for the associated costs. Stocks have done quite well…

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By EconMatters
We discuss some of the pitfalls regarding this idea being contemplated by the Federal Reserve in this video. The fact that this idea can even be brought up for debate is a bad sign for the Price Discovery Process. Bad Precedents like these should be avoided at all cost, come what may in the void!
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By EconMatters
We are starting to price back in a December Rate hike by the Federal Reserve, slowly but surely we are coming off the zero bound for this market event. We now stand at 22% and rising for a December Fed Funds Rate Hike of 25 basis points to (50-75 basis points).
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We discuss the topic of the Diversity Discussions that have been so prominent in the media lately from a meta analysis perspective.
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By EconMatters
We discuss the topic of the Diversity Discussions that have been so prominent in the media lately from a meta analysis perspective.
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By EconMatters
The real inflation rate is 2.2% year over year, the Fed is just committing economic dishonesty to justify not normalizing rates. Frankly, the mainstream financial media buy this crap as if it is real, i.e., that we have a below trend inflation problem in the United States. This is just not true as once the poor food and…

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By EconMatters
Central Banks are encouraging excessive risk taking in the Bond Markets, setting the stage for the next financial crisis. Bill Gross is right, Bonds are a systemic risk bubble right now. Conditions are ripe right now around the globe for an absolute crash in the bond market similar to a prolonged drought setting the stage for a forester…

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