Central banks are damned if they raise interest rates and damned if they don't, largely because their policies have resulted in both risk-taking (i.e. the creation of asset bubbles in stocks, bonds and real estate) and excess levels of debt.

Here’s a summary from the report which succinctly explains the potential debt crisis and how the world’s central banks have painted themselves into a “monetary policy corner”: “Otherwise, over long … Read more

Forever Flowing Bubbles? – SPY/VIX Ratio Pushing Extremes – Renting Has Never Been More Unaffordable – One Month HIBOR to highest level since December 2008 – A Bunch Of Scary Charts

Can capitalism continue without consumption of goods and services? The rate at which money exchanges hands is collapsing fred.stlouisfed.org/series/M2V SPY/VIX Ratio pushing extremes pic.twitter.com/tdr7jrYPW5 — Alastair Williamson (@StockBoardAsset) October 31, … Read more