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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 reasons why Apple stock is a sell in this video, sure you have to get the position sizing right, as well as the timing, but this stock is going down. We discuss 9 main drivers for what will move Apple`s stock lower over the next 3 quarters, the best unbiased, objective analysis you are going…

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By EconMatters
We discuss the reasons why Apple stock is a sell in this video, sure you have to get the position sizing right, as well as the timing, but this stock is going down. We discuss 9 main drivers for what will move Apple`s stock lower over the next 3 quarters, the best unbiased, objective analysis you are going…

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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 Politics, Markets (namely the financials) the Economy and Debt in this video. More signs everyone is loaded to the gills in debt right now, this is a reliable warning sign for the health of the economy going forward.
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By EconMatters
We discuss Politics, Markets (namely the financials) the Economy and Debt in this video. More signs everyone is loaded to the gills in debt right now, this is a reliable warning sign for the health of the economy going forward.
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By EconMatters
We discuss some of the bullshit moves in the financials in this video; just pay attention to GS actual YoY Revenue numbers for their real sub par growth that represents the dead end financial universe these days. GS is a 12 p/e stock if there ever was one; alas the steepening yield curve myth and NIM flow through…

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By EconMatters
We discuss some of the bullshit moves in the financials in this video; just pay attention to GS actual YoY Revenue numbers for their real sub par growth that represents the dead end financial universe these days. GS is a 12 p/e stock if there ever was one; alas the steepening yield curve myth and NIM flow through…

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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!
© EconMatters All Rights Reserved | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | Email Digest | Kindle
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