Daily Archive: Thursday, April 12, 2018

The US Dollar Has Already Figured It Out… Have You?

The Fed is now officially screwed. The single biggest concern for the Fed is inflation. The reason for this is that US Treasuries are currently in a massive bubble. And those Treasury yields trade based on inflation. If inflation rises, so do Treasury yields. If Treasury yields rise, Treasury prices fall. If Treasury prices fall,

CPI Hits 2.4%… Real Inflation North of 5%. The Fed’s SCREWED

The Fed is now officially screwed. The single biggest concern for the Fed is inflation. The reason for this is that US Treasuries are currently in a massive bubble. And those Treasury yields trade based on inflation. If inflation rises, so do Treasury yields. If Treasury yields rise, Treasury prices fall. If Treasury prices fall,

Inflation Watch: The US Dollar is Dropping Like a Brick

The Fed is now officially screwed. The single biggest concern for the Fed is inflation. The reason for this is that US Treasuries are currently in a massive bubble. And those Treasury yields trade based on inflation. If inflation rises, so do Treasury yields. If Treasury yields rise, Treasury prices fall. If Treasury prices fall,

The Fed is Officially Screwed: Inflation is Over 2% Despite SIX Rate Hikes.

The Fed is now officially screwed. The single biggest concern for the Fed is inflation. The reason for this is that US Treasuries are currently in a massive bubble. And those Treasury yields trade based on inflation. If inflation rises, so do Treasury yields. If Treasury yields rise, Treasury prices fall. If Treasury prices fall,
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