Central banks print money, stocks can rise. Central banks reduce money printing, stocks will fall. End of story.
It’s quite easy to determine the direction of the stock market. If central banks print money and the global monetary supply increases, we could see stocks rising. If central banks decide to print less money or even contract the money supply, stocks will fall. End of story.
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