The Truth Behind Wall Street: Uncovering the Corruption and Manipulation of the Financial System. (01-12 to 01-21)
Here's A Quick Look of What We Will Be Reviewing Today.
Wall Streets Corruption/Manipulation of the Financial System.
The The Federal Reserve's Monetary Missteps. The Error of Interest Rate Targeting and Its Impact on the Economy.
Understanding the Success of Rate Hikes in Combating Rising Prices.
The Market is Volatile, Staying Cautious Amid Uncertainty with Potential Upside.
YouTube Channel: Wall St For Main St
Title: Greg Mannarino: Rigged Casino w/Fraud & Manipulation? Large Banks Will All Need Bailouts Soon?
Here are the top takeaways:
The individual in the text is talking about how working on the trading floor at a Wall Street bank is not as great as it may seem. People are paid exorbitant salaries to sit there and mostly just you know see what they're expected to say. However, the truth is that these people are just toeing the line and are not really saying anything of substance.
The alternative media is what we really need in this environment of fake news and deceit. The financial system is corrupt and manipulated, and this needs to be stopped. High frequency trading (HFT) is a major issue that is contributing to this corruption, and it needs to be regulated or stopped altogether.
FTX and Sam Bankman-Freud are two major players in this HFT game, and they need to be held accountable. People invest in large cap dividend paying companies and ETFs as a way to avoid this HFT corruption.
The Federal Reserve is engaging in activities that are not being disclosed to the public. These activities include using special purpose vehicles to move assets off balance sheet and bailouts that are not being publicized.
The repo program is also going to continue to increase. All of this is evidence that the system is not real and is only being kept afloat by the Fed pumping more and more money into it. Eventually, this will lead to an implosion of the system that will catch everyone by surprise. It is time for the world to face the reality of the situation we are in.
The root of the problem is the fiat currency and credit Ponzi scheme that the world has been operating under for years. This system is not sustainable and the central banks know it, but they are content to keep it going as long as it benefits them.
Meanwhile, the rest of us are being duped into believing that everything is fine when it is not. The world is heading for a major economic collapse and we need to be prepared for it.
It is clear that there are a number of problems facing the US economy.
One of these is the issue of real estate, which has been exacerbated by the pandemic. Another is the mass exodus of people leaving high tax and high regulation states for southern states. It is evident that something needs to be done about these issues, and that the government needs to take action. However, it seems that they are not doing enough. This is where people need to band together and take matters into their own hands.
Commodities are going to skyrocket as the system melts down, and this is an opportunity for people to make a profit. However, it is important to remember that this is a post-apocalyptic situation, and that things are going to get worse before they get better.
Title: Is the Fed hiking too fast?
Here are the top takeaways:
Inflation has been low lately, but still above the target level. Core inflation is moderate, but also above target. Many people are worried about a potential recession, but the evidence is mixed.
The yield curve has inverted, which is usually a sign of a coming recession, but the economy is still showing signs of strength. The Fed has been hiking rates, but some people think they should stop or reverse their course.
The Fed's rate hikes have been successful in reducing inflation, according to new research. This is despite claims from some quarters that the policy lags behind the actual inflationary effects.
The new research shows that the Fed's rate hikes have a direct and immediate impact on inflation, contrary to claims that the policy takes years to work. This is due to the fact that businesses are quick to respond to rate hikes by lowering their prices.
This means that the Fed's policy of raising rates in order to combat inflation is working, and is likely to continue working in the future. This is good news for those who are concerned about rising prices, and should help to ease fears about inflation getting out of control.
YouTube Channel: Eurodollar University
Title: Part 1: Jay says he can save us. He can't.
Here are the top takeaways:
The Federal Reserve's policies over the last year or so have been responsible for the growing amount of economic uncertainty, as well as asset price volatility in markets like crypto and stocks.
Some believe that the end of Fed rate hikes and even the beginning of rate cuts could be a good thing for the economy. This is based on the idea that if the economy weakens, the Fed will respond with stimulus measures like lower interest rates and quantitative easing, which are purportedly loved by risk assets.
There are three critical errors in this thinking.
First, raising rates does not always lead to tighter monetary conditions. In fact, it rarely does.
Second, inflation is not about expectations – it is always and everywhere a monetary phenomenon.
And third, the Fed cannot always save the economy with its various tools. Any hopes that the Fed will ride to the rescue if the economy weakens are misplaced.
It is crucial to understand these three errors in order to make more informed investment decisions going forward.
The Federal Reserve has been struggling to keep up with the ever-changing landscape of the monetary system for decades. In particular, the proliferation of products and the rise of the Eurodollar system has made it increasingly difficult for the Fed to accurately measure money supply and demand.
As a result, the Fed has been forced to rely on methods like interest rate targeting that are not really about money at all. Nevertheless, the Fed continues to insist that these methods are effective, even though there is little evidence to support this claim.
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