U.S. Admits $49 Trillion Dollar Debt! IMPOSSIBLE To Ever Pay Out! Will You Get Your Social Security?

The Fed didn’t even give it a chance to correct. It couldn’t take the risk. They printed money just to be sure.
Thanks Fed, you saved the day again!
In your opinion, is this a perfect sign that the stock market is extremely weak and is 100% reliant on the Fed?

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When the Stock Market Crash In Feb 2018 Happened, the Fed Began A Temporary QE4! Here’s Proof.
 
The Federal Reserve has claimed that they were going to reduce their balance sheets beginning in October 2017. They’ve really been dragging their feet. However, we have seen some level of unwinding. But as soon the stock market CRASH in 2018 occurred, the Fed immediately reversed course and printing a big pile of cash. This is more evidence that these market rely solely on central bank intervention.
 
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