— jeroen blokland (@jsblokland) April 7, 2021
M2 MONEY SUPPLY 😱
— Win Smart, CFA (@WinfieldSmart) April 8, 2021
Chile produces 28% of the World's copper. Peru produces 12%. Both are setting new highs on Covid rates. If this spreads to the mines, and shutters production, anything is possible for the copper price.
We are one supply disruption from an exponential move higher. pic.twitter.com/6C1Zhk0gbf
— Mark Thompson (@METhompson72) April 5, 2021
Live look at deflation pic.twitter.com/JhH4Cb6qYP
— Spx trader 2.0 (@Exposed768) April 7, 2021
Lumber is up by 8.6% in the past month pic.twitter.com/q2jG0R9gta
— MacroMarketsDaily Newsletter (@macro_daily) April 8, 2021
1) Equal to the GDPs of Japan, Germany and the U.K. combined.
2) More than the U.S. has spent during the last FIVE recessions combined.
3) More than the combined annual wages of all Americans.
— Mr. Marvelous (@MrMarvelousIII) April 8, 2021