It used to be the provenance of "conspiracy theorists" - alleging that central banks have manipulated, rigged or otherwise broken the "efficient market." That is no longer the case.
As we previously showed, now even the big banks admit it.
However, since for some unknown reason the broader media has yet to catch on to this concept which exonerates the "tinfoil" crowd and makes a mockery of the "bull market" of the past 7 years while posing some very troubling questions about how it all ends, here again is Bank of America explaining not only how "central banks have unfairly inflated asset prices" with the "market aware the price of risk is not correct", but why the biggest risk to the financial system is a "loss of confidence in this omnipotent CB put"
And the cherry on top comes from JPMorgan which declares "Mission accomplished - QE drives up equity valuations"
Sources: "Fragility is the new volatility" by Benjamin Fowler, Global Equity Derivatives Rsch, Bank of America, December 9, 2015; "Eye on the Market Outlook 2016" by J.P.Morgan Private Bank