The mother of all collapses is coming.
The Fed claims it can tackle inflation without triggering a crisis.
Good luck with that!
The Fed triggered a crisis with the Tech Bubble (a bubble in a single stock market sector) and the Housing Bubble (a bubble in a single asset class). And neither of those are remotely comparable to this last bubble.
This is the Everything Bubble: the bubble in every major asset class (stocks, housing, corporate debt, municipal debt, etc.)
Some of the most egregious signs of froth/ financial excess.
- Options trading volume (a sign of speculation) was exponentially higher than it was during the Tech Bubble which everyone on the planet now knows was an insane bubble.
- Crypto currencies that were invented as jokes (Dogecoin) were being valued at tens of billions of dollars.
- Tesla (TSLA), which sold ~300,000 cars in 2020, was worth more than the value of every other auto manufacturer on the planet combined.
- People were selling Non-Fungible Tokes (NFTs) of farts, toilet paper, New York Times articles and more.
- “Meme stocks” or stocks that were traded for ironic/ humorous purposes were doing this:
- Former President Trump’s Special Purpose Acquisition Company (SPAC) rose to a value of $5 billion despite having no business or operations.
And the Fed believes it can somehow tackle inflation… AND dissipate this bubble without blowing things up?
Ok, I’ll bite.
Inflation is at 8+%. The Fed has raised rates to 1%. It has yet to even begin shrinking its balance sheet. And stocks have done this:
What happens when the Fed is forced to raise rates to 5%? What happens when it tries to shrink its balance sheet buy $1 trillion+?
You get the idea.
The Mother of All Collapses is coming.
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