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This Is How You Juice Up Stocks (Video)

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By EconMatters We discuss the 11:00 am (CST) move in Bonds, Equities, Gold, VIX, and the Currency Markets in this video. It all starts with cheap Central Bank Money! Are these the kinds of incentives Central Banks should be allowed to let happen by creating excessive leverage with borrowed money to juice of bigger stock market bubbles? Central Banks need to be aware of the financial system risk that their extreme policies are leading to in Financial Markets. Janet Yellen, this is not what I want occurring in Financial Markets, this is not the role of Central Banks. Did we not learning anything from the 2008 financial crisis? You know this is unsustainable right? This ends the same way every time in a Financial Market Crash! © EconMatters All Rights Reserved | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | Email Digest | Kindle

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This Is How You Juice Up Stocks (Video)

We discuss the 11:00 am (CST) move in Bonds, Equities, Gold, VIX, and the Currency Markets in this video. It all starts with cheap Central Bank Money! Are these the kinds of incentives Central Banks should be allowed to let happen by creating excessive leverage with borrowed money to juice of bigger stock market bubbles? Central Banks need to be aware of the financial system risk that their extreme policies are leading to in Financial Markets. Janet Yellen, this is not what I want occurring in Financial Markets, this is not the role of Central Banks. Did we not learning anything from the 2008 financial crisis? You know this is unsustainable right? This ends the same way every time in a Financial Market Crash!

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