Many have been asking what scenarios can play out going forward as the Fed seeks to do “whatever it takes” to keep rates low and potentially print even more money.
All is done in hopes to “support our economy”, which today boils down to being a weak crutch for our securities markets.
Folks, please remember: The Fed “supports” Wall Street, not Main Street.
To answer such questions, I’ve written a four-part series detailing the conditions of a melt-up, followed by a meltdown, and closed the series with specific strategies to manage both rising and falling markets.
In this new report here, I look at the final scenario, one that resembles the eerie stagnation we’ve seen in Japan since its Nikkei crashed in 1989.
As you’ll see in this latest report, A “Japanese Lesson” on the Modern American Horror Story, such a scenario is hardly a sustainable or pleasant one.
The bottom line is always the same: Debt levels are simply too high today in the U.S. and around the world.
There’s no hiding from the monstrous consequences of kicking a debt can down the road and buying time through central bank support.
In the end, massive debts always precede massive market slides.
Read this free report and see for yourselves.
As always, be careful out there.
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May 16 2019