Asynchronous Collapse Created By Central Banks To Accelerate the Next Phase

This is intentional. All that we see is part of a show. A movie. The actors, much like in the Truman Show, Jim Carrey was unaware he was in the middle of it but he played the part and things moved along. Today we have the suits and ties, they distract from reality. They fill their role and they do what they can until they’re gone. But largely unnoticed are never-ended layers of compartmentalization. Not a single person is aware of. Countries argue and fight. Politicians promise. But in the end, everyone follows orders and plays their role. Obedience is a requirement unless they seek to be eliminated. There are no exceptions to this rule.

The global markets are extremely volatile. We have seen an incredibly wild ride from 2018 all the way through into 2019. There has been geopolitical tension, stock market fluctuations, important indicators flashing red, and a long list of other factors piling up. There remains one question, can the Federal Reserve do what no central bank has ever been able to do in the history of the world? Well…


(3) Carl Quintanilla on Twitter: “BAML: “For the ten [2/10] inversions back to 1956, the S&P 500 topped out within approximately three months of the inversion six times (1956, 1959, 1965, 1973, 1980, and 2000). The S&P 500 took 11 to 22 months to peak after the other four inversions (1967, 1978, 1989, and 2005)” / Twitter

(3) Sven Henrich on Twitter: “We’ve never faced a recession with so much debt and so little Fed ammunition available and with negative rates still in effect in many places There’s no playbook for this. Historic data will be of little use.” / Twitter

(3) jeroen blokland on Twitter: “Surprise, surprise! The total amount of negative-yielding #debt has topped USD 16 trillion for the for the first time ever. More than 28% of outstanding debt, tracked by the Bloomberg Barclays Global Aggregate Index, comes with a #yield below 0%.” / Twitter

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