Goldman Sachs Repo Derivatives! Global Central Banks Printing $100 Billion Per Month

What a mess. Global central banks are pumping $100 billion per month and I have to see comments, articles, and financial “experts” telling me that the financial system is doing well? Go get your head checked. If you want to suggest it’s not doing well but the central banks are simply covering it up and they can keep it covered up, that’s a whole different story. But to suggest that printing more than ever in history is somehow not a very terrible sign is willful ignorance of the facts.

The Fed has been rushing to expand its balance sheet. Nearly a half a trillion dollar expansion in a few short months. Faster than any of their previous programs. They’re not alone of course. We have seen the ECB, the BOJ, and all of the rest expand their balance sheets as well. Currently, the major players are pumping in $100 billion per month in formal QE. What needs to be acknowledged here is how can the central banks ever stop printing? The truth is, they can’t. And that’s why…


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