Why Is Debt Bad? Why Not Just Print Money Forever? THIS is Exactly Why!

No, you can’t print forever. At least without consequences. Every government in history has destroyed their currencies. Now we are living in a time where we will see it happening live.

Are you expecting to see hyperinflation?

Global debt has expanded to levels we have never seen before. To say they’re extreme is truly an understatement. It’s not just one or two countries that have high debt, in reality, it’s all of them. So who exactly do countries owe their debt to? Themselves? No. It’s to central banks.

 

Global Debt Jumped to Record $237 Trillion Last Year – Bloomberg

www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-04-10/global-debt-jumped-to-record-237-trillion-last-year

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Econimica: Does The “Normalization” of the Fed’s Balance Sheet Signal the Next Asset Collapse Has Begun?

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