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Finance U: When Does The “Everything Bubble” Pop?

The Federal Reserve (et al) have abdicated their responsibility to the average person as well as the future, and have settled into the role of “serial bubble blower(s).” But how to play along without getting burned? That’s the age-old question, isn’t it? Tune in for this topic.

user profile picture Chris Martenson Feb 29, 2024
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Are we in a bubble?

No, we’re in an everything bubble  It’s not just equities, but also real estate, and an inflationary bubble.  Wait…how does inflation get lumped in there?  Because all bubbles are created by the presence of two things (1) super easy financial conditions (e.g. ‘ample credit’) and (2) a good story.

Inflation is a story we tell ourselves that prices are going to be higher in the future, which will turn out to be true, as long as condition (1) is satisfied.

But, here’s the thing; there’s no telling when bubbles will burst so you kind of have to play along.

And … another thing; the Federal Reserve (and other central banks) have convinced themselves that being serial bubble blowers is both necessary and correct.

So, how to begin to make sense of all this?  Tune in to find out.


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