What are Central Bankers so Terrified of?

Phoenix Capital Research's picture

Central Bankers are absolutely terrified.

In the last month, both Fed President Janet Yellen and ECB President Mario Draghi have issued somewhat hawkish statements, only to turn around within 48 hours and walk back their comments.

Again, two of the most powerful Central Bankers in the world couldn’t even last three days being hawks.

First was ECB President Mario Draghi, with claims that the ECB was considering gradually removing its stimulus programs.

European markets dived in response to this.

So Draghi sent his Number 2 guy on a PR campaign to assuage the markets that Draghi's statements were being “misinterpreted.”

Yes… Draghi couldn’t even handle 24 hours of selling.The markets didn't even drop 3% and he hit the "PANIC" button.

Just what does this guy know about the financial system that makes him unable to stomach a single DOWN day?

Then came Janet Yellen, suggesting that the Fed would be engaging in multiple more rate hikes and shrinking its balance sheet this year… only to turn around a few days later and deliver some of the most dovish testimony to Congress in Fed Chair history.

Yellen completely contradicted all of her earlier statements, claiming that the Fed was just about done with its rate hikes AND that it would not use its Balance Sheet reduction to drain liquidity from the system.

She couldn’t stomach even a few days of the market correcting.

Again, what do these these people know about the financial system that they’re this terrified of the markets dropping for just a few days?

Could it be that they know that the market is in fact on VERY thin ice... and that another Crisis, even larger than 2008, is on the horizon?

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Best Regards

Graham Summers

Chief Market Strategist

Phoenix Capital Research

 

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Chupacabra-322's picture

They're afraid of us.

They're afraid of Agorism.

GRDguy's picture

People get extremely mad (violent) when promises are NOT kept.

All paper (and electronic) transactions and currencies are promises.

As long as promises appear to be kept, nobody gets mad.

VWAndy's picture

 What are the banksters afraid of? 50 foot of hemp rope and a lamp post?

  The stall and bartering.

 Wood chippers.

Glyndwr will return's picture

They have backed themselves into a corner inadvertently.

They set out to placate us with bread and circuses.

They created the Me-generation and mindset to divide us and make us spend more.

They split men and women to divide us and make us need to spend more

But we were greedier than they expected. And politicans only have 5 year terms - but make generational promises.

In short, the weight of expectations right across the western world at an individual level is now so high, any correction will be a shock in a way that it would never have been to a 50's generation.

The internet means they cannot fall back on "we did not see this coming".

Everyone can see it coming.

So they know that we know they misguided us wilfully, through the most important financial decisions of our lives - and profited from it so much.

I would be very scared. All it will take for them is one diverted flight and they are in serious trouble.

Glyndwr will return's picture

What would be very good to know is how far away any central banker ever is from an airport with a private jet.

Bemused Observer's picture

They panic at selling because they realize that, when the time comes for the market to 'correct', it will begin with SELLING. They just never know for sure if THIS is the selling that starts the ball rolling, so they panic at ANY selling.

 

They know the day is coming. And every time the markets lose a few points, they break out in a flop-sweat, wondering if THIS IS IT...

 

hola dos cola's picture

Do you want us to start the selling?

ali-ali-al-qomfri's picture

Daylight,

Garlic,

Gold (Standard),

Tall Buildings,

Nail guns,

Despots,

 

 

hola dos cola's picture

Of course they panicked.

Remember 'the reset' in the night of July 3 into 4? The miraculous 123,47?

It was a warning; a demonstration of power saying: you better play ball or...

Anyway, they bought the peace.

Sadly, cases of blackmail seldomly end like that.

hola dos cola's picture

123,47= timeline

1,2,3,4 and 7 represent the days of July.

,  represents the moment of 'the reset'

1,2,3 were history at that point and 4 the national holiday.

5 and 6 are omitted in the given timeline. These two turned out to become the only 'down days' in the market.

7 was the day everything would be in order again (if..?)

And so it happened.

 

 

I woke up's picture

They're claiming to be tapering and they are doing the opposite covertly

 

Blue Dog's picture

They're killing the dollar. They used to promise rate hikes and then not deliver. Now Yellen promised not to raise rates and the dollar keeps dropping. It's hit its 52 week low during recent trading but hasn't closed at it yet. I'm sure there are a lot of foreign investors looking at the dollar index and thinking about when they're going to dump their dollars. Something like 1/15 of all physical dollars are held in Argentina alone.

Dragon HAwk's picture

They are afraid of Bank Runs and Barter..  oh and Government Defaults to a Private Bank Of Course.

Conax's picture

Afraid of?

Abject failure, public knowledge of who's responsible, then their heads on pikes.

Solio's picture

That people found out that they made all that money in all of the CB's with CGI?

Seb's picture

This caused me to panic.