by Shaun Richards This mornings inflation figures have brought a situation for which HM Treasury have been planning for not only years but decades. This is of course their effort
This is Nasdaq following 2000 bubble burst. Dropped 80% within 3 years. The Fed didn't have anyone's back. Imagine what happens when much larger 2021 bubble bursts. pic.twitter.com/zGKQo0PDsi — B.P.
Very briefly and simplistically, more $USD #liquidity disappearing into the #Fed #RRP, counteracting #QE and tightening financial conditions. — Invariant Perspective (@InvariantPersp1) July 14, 2021 Around 675,000 AMC puts changed
#Bitcoin Let's see! Bubbles burst! Bitcoin has zero intrinsic value (apart from being a Collector's item). Deflationary bust and pop of equity bubble will take #Cryptos much much lower! pic.twitter.com/SSqDxQlAzi
#recession … #Tech #Bubble 2.0 edition#ARK #ARKinvest $ARKK 📉 t.co/fAsGbR80cL — Invariant Perspective (@InvariantPersp1) March 26, 2021 #recession … #Fed Pushing on a String edition t.co/AEbTgSzyGi — Invariant Perspective (@InvariantPersp1)
In late 2017, the spike in Bitcoin value stopped just a few hundred dollars shy of $20,000 at the highest exchange rate a cryptocurrency has seen. 2017 was a year
by John Coumarianos Do current stock prices reflect a speculative frenzy? It’s a crucial question for anyone trying to preserve and grow their capital, but also a difficult one to