Do you think it’s possible that the Fed and/or other central banks will be able to stop QE at some point during this “recovery”?

When major institutions are suggesting that the Fed and other central banks have printed so much money that it can never be reversed, you know you have a problem. We have constantly been hearing about a recovery. But what exactly has been done? Central banks are still trying to stimulate even though in all previous instances, central banks would wait for conditions to worsen to begin supporting the markets. This time, they never even stopped. The problem is that you cannot fix anything with central bank activity. It has been documented in 100% of cases that their actions only make matters worse. Good luck.

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