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February 15, 2020 | This Week in Money

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  • Michael says:

    I have a question for Ross Clark. As I recall, Bob Hoye has stated that the FED can’t control where investors decide to put liquidity to use. With the FEDs recent massive liquidity injections, I think most investors would say that equities have entered the “manic” phase. However, it also seems like a lot of liquidity is going into safe havens like gold, the US dollar, and US treasuries. So FED liquidity seems to be pumping up the inflation trade in stocks but maybe is also pumping up – at the same time – the deflation trade in gold, USD and US treasuries. This seems schizophrenic to me. If the deflation trade wins out, then it seems like the markets will crash from all time highs. This time around, can current FED liquidity injections ultimately cause a market crash and the next recession?

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