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QE, The REPO MARKET, over EXPANDED MONEY SUPPLY and the EFFECT on MARKETS


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Isn't it very ironic that all traders and investors have to know and understand the methods of trading and have a sensible money management plan. Yet it is surprising how financial professionals do not follow this as the many major loses they have on their accounts. An amateur may be forgiven for not following such guidances but it can be costly.

After decades of money mismanagement by the central banks and the governments, various but biggest culprit being the US, we may be headed into major market volatility. A major financial destruction of finances for people, worse than most previous recessions, is likely to occur sometime.

The implications are well explained in various articles, one being the most important for the banks, and on how that effects the markets and the ordinary Joe Citizen.

As I have said in the past, all subsides and excessive money issuing has adverse effects and causes a bubble market in many areas of the economy. Here is more evidential proof to back up that premise. The effect on the markets then take shape in many forms, e.g. higher inflation, purchasing power loss of currency, higher taxes (direct and indirect), etc... It causes a financial repression.

Have read of the following, and other article on that site for revealing information:

https://dailyreckoning.com/108816-2/

The site does explain many issues, geopolitics, economy, debts problems, etc... in understandable way. That is refreshing to find.

 

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