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Protected: The Everything Bubble Bust Pt. 1: How Far Will the Stock Avalanche Fall?

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The Money Pump is Working to Drain Stocks … and There is No Safety Shutoff!

There is no safety, as in times past when the Fed was draining money out of the economy and could just flip back to pumping money in, because the Fed is running the outflow pump fast and furious, and the Fed has no option for reversing the pump or even just stopping it this time […]

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Why Inflation is Not Going to Give the Fed a Break

Forget bond pricing as a way of gauging what inflation is going to do. The Fed is still buying the lion’s share of the bond market. So, while bonds have begun pricing in inflation, they have a lot more to price in over the next couple of months as the Fed continues to relinquish control […]

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Stocks and Awe: The Federal Reserve Regime Change is Here!

The Everything Bubble is bursting, and the Fed has barely even begun its war on inflation. Many top stocks are already in their own bear markets. Nvidia, way off its game, has lost 25% of its value from its last high score. The ridiculously skyrocketing Tesla has plunged back toward earth’s gravity on a trajectory […]

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Protected: Fed Tightening Impacts Markets: How Fast and How Furious?

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No Bubble Here, Folks!

Anyone see a bubble anywhere? This is short and sweet because the picture says it all: We’ve just seen the fastest, highest rocket ride in stocks in the history of the world! Because that makes sense during a time of global plague and global economic lockdowns, creating extreme labor shortages, resulting in extreme product and […]

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How Bad Is the Stock Market Rout Now, and How Bad Will its Collapse Get?

The market’s demolition that I’ve been talking about has begun. Zero Hedge asked the question on Thursday, “How bad is it?” and provides Morgan Stanley’s answer: Just how bad was yesterday’s market rout [Thursday’s]? According to quants at Morgan Stanley, it was worse than every selloff in the past 5 years, including the March 2020 crash…. ZH

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Bonds Buckle, Top Stocks Stink

Zero Hedge’s favorite quant from Nomura just laid out his measurements and metrics of the bond market that explain why treasury prices puked on Tuesday, and his assessment of what is happening precisely validates the “Big Reveal” that I made for readers here a few days ago when I opened one of my Patron Posts […]

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Protected: Economic Predictions for 2022

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Big Reveal Coming

It’s all about inflation, but it’s not about today’s news on inflation. The big news on inflation today is not even that it hit 6.8% — its highest level since 1983 — but that the rate of climb for inflation is the steepest it has been in seventy years. However, even that is not the […]

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Protected: The Electric Kool Aid Stock Market Crash Test

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The Stock Market Does Have a Tipping Point Where Bond Interest and Inflation Both Matter A LOT

We have just entered those days of heady inflation that I have said will kill the stock market and bond funds. There is a tipping point at which inflation and the interest changes that respond to inflation matter, but it has never been a clearly defined point.

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