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Has The Tipping Point Arrived for The U.S.Bond Market?

serfserf Member Posts: 9,225 ✭✭✭✭

Trouble for the money changers in the temple of free money & socialism is here?


But a bigger problem emerging is that we are now nearing that inflection point in the market when traders recall that more than 100% of all US net Treasury issuance in the past year was monetized by the Fed, and with everyone now selling - including hedge funds, CTAs, and primary dealers - it will be up to central banks to step up their intervention and prop up the bond market once again, or all those fans of MMT who have zero comprehension about how anything works in the real world, will realize just why we have been it Magic Money Tree all these years, and that without the Fed purchasing debt, there is simply no more "magic"...


  • select-fireselect-fire Member Posts: 69,445 ✭✭✭✭

    Cash is about of become extinct

  • serfserf Member Posts: 9,225 ✭✭✭✭
    edited March 2021

    They will play the game as long as they can with Fiat currency until the are ready for The Great Reset with the socialist police state with the United Nations Agenda 2021/30 is put into place. Do you think environmental mandates are difficult now? Just wait you have not seen anything yet.

    Even Biden knows it and has refused an out right carbon Tax for now but you can bet it's coming one way or another hidden in inflation of fiat currency with higher prices for everyone when you make it with renewable energy. Hell, Lumber for a house now is prohibited to a working middle class person now. And The Fed says there is only nominal inflation which is only temporary,what a joke!


    Softwood lumber prices are now about 112% higher than they were a year ago and have jumped 10% in just the past week, according to Random Lengths. Increased demand for single-family housing, much of it driven by the coronavirus pandemic, has housing starts up 30% year over year, according to the U.S. Census

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