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Hyperinflation Alert – 78% of US Dollars created in the last 12 months – Dollar Debasement Explained


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Hyperinflation Alert – 78% of US Dollars created in the last 12 months – Dollar Debasement Explained

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by globalintelhub
Monday, Apr 12, 2021 - 22:50

Global Intel Hub -- Charlotte, NC - 4/12/2021 - For those who are wondering why asset prices are continuing higher and if they will continue, here is your answer.  It is a myth that markets are driven by supply and demand.  Markets are manipulated and the Fed controls the money supply.  When the Fed creates Trillions of dollars, that money flows into assets driving prices higher (Crypto, Stocks, Real Estate, etc.).  As explained in Splitting Pennies - Monetary Policy moves markets, not traders.  Take a look at this chart:

 

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