The Future Of Financial Media?

Tyler Durden's picture

One of the direct consequences of the "end of stocks" meme, and the end of retail's endless honeymoon fascination with equities, because this time may well be different now that central planning is also not only different, but here to stay indefinitely, is the slow burn of all financial media as less and less express an actual interest in anything finance related. Sure enough, as reported several weeks ago, the German edition of the venerable Financial Times is the first to go. Below is the self-explanatory front page of its final edition. Coming soon to most other financial publications near you.

The paradox, of course, is that these very publications defend the same central planning that is making them all obsolete...