The official Fed narrative is complete nonsense. t.co/ysQIOzLkEf
— Rudy Havenstein, Cryptid Thought Leader. (@RudyHavenstein) April 21, 2021
The mandates keep getting wider. larger and farther afield from original stated and intended mandates. It's a weird combo of power. desperation and asset elevation allowing for it.
— David Janny (@DavidJannyMS) April 21, 2021
I don’t know how made this but it’s fantastic
— Alessio (@AlessioUrban) April 21, 2021
Well, we know:
1) When the USD goes too high, stocks crash.
2) When stocks crash, wealthy US politicians, policymakers that control the USD printing press get poor (as do their corporate sponsors.)
So, will US policymakers impoverish themselves for lack of pressing "Ctrl-P?"
— Luke Gromen (@LukeGromen) April 21, 2021
I like this one.
— HOZ (@MFHoz) April 21, 2021
An interesting conundrum
1) Low wage workers hit hardest by pandemic
2) Companies can't get low-wage works to apply for jobs due to #expanded #benefits.
3) #Fed stays dovish due to reason #1@RealInvAdvice @SoberLook pic.twitter.com/UQtcssL6q1
— Lance Roberts (@LanceRoberts) April 22, 2021