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The Fed's Hands Are Tied Unless the Market Crashes





Having just engaged in QE for TWO SOLID YEARS STRAIGHT the Fed would totally destroy any and all credibility in its monetary policies to engage in QE anytime within the next three to six months.

 
 
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How Can You Have a Recovery Without Jobs Creators?





All the talk of “helping small business” and “creating jobs” is just that: talk. Those who actually show initiative to create business shouldn’t be overburdened with tax loads and bureaucratic red tap.

 
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The Problem With Letting Academics Run the Economy





Janet Yellen is a career academic. This is not necessarily a bad thing. However, unlike most career academics, Janet Yellen is in charge of the US economy. In this light, one has to ask aloud, “why would you put someone with absolutely zero experience in creating jobs, growing a business, lending money, hiring, firing, etc. in

 
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The Folks Who Know the Most About Their Firms… and the Economy… Are Selling the Farm





Put another way, those individuals responsible for running the largest companies in the US, who know more about their companies’ growth prospects and the economy have used the Fed’s policies to cash out.

 
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The Great Rig of the Last Five Years is Ending





This is all only the beginning. When the smoke clears, stocks could be 30% lower than where they are now, if not more.

 
 
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This is a Recipe For a Crash





The systemic risks underlying the Financial Crisis are in no way resolved. 

 
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Could Stocks Drop Another 30%?





So… we’ve got a weak and fragile market, losing two of its biggest drivers… at the same time that the Fed is ending QE. This is a recipe for a potential bloodbath. If we wipe out the “bubble” portion of the market move from 2009, we’re going to 1,250 on the S&P 500.

 
 
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Who Will Save Stocks Now?





During every major breakdown in the last five years, the Fed announced a new monetary program. This time around, the Fed is committed to ending QE... So who will save stocks now?

 
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The Next Round of the Financial Crisis is at Our Doorstep.





At the end of the day, the Fed with its misguided theories have demolished capitalism: the single most powerful form of wealth generation in the history of mankind. All the Fed has really accomplished is leverage the entire financial by an even greater amount… which has set the stage for a collapse that will make 2008 look like a picnic.

 
 
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A Reversion to the Mean is Coming...





The market is primed to drop. Now is the time to prepare.

 
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The Smart Money is Dumping Stocks





The Smart Money is dumping stocks for real assets.

 
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The Bond Markets Are Primed For an Epic Crash Far Worse Than 2008





The single most important issue for understanding why the finacnial system is not healthy and why we’re set to have an even bigger crash than in 2008 has to do with one word…

 
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What Will Trigger The Next Round of the Financial Crisis?





Today, we now have a financial system that is even more leveraged than in 2007… backstopped by even less high quality collateral. So when the panic hits, the selling pressure will be even MORE extreme.

 
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Will Europe Be Lead the World Into Another Financial Crisis?





Italy is back in recession for the third time since 2008. Germany’s economy contracted in the second quarter of 2014 and will likely be in recession before the first quarter of 2015. France has registered zero growth for six months now.

 
 
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The Economy is Busted and Stocks Are In a Bubble. End of Story.





We continue to be told that the US economy is in recovery and stronger than ever. The press trumpets heavily massaged data (GDP growth and the unemployment number) while ignoring data that clearly indicates the US economy is in the toilet (labor participation rate, median income, etc).

 
 
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