The Fed Is Blowing a Titanic Stock Market Bubble Despite Media Denials

Monday, July 28, 2014
By Paul Martin
July 28, 2014

Is the Fed fueling a giant stock market bubble? … Not only has the S&P 500 fully recovered from the financial crisis, it’s a staggering 30% higher than the peaks of the Internet and housing bull markets. But is this really the case? With unemployment still above 6%, how could we find ourselves in the throes of yet another brewing catastrophe? Didn’t investors and analysts learn anything from the past decade and a half? While it requires some explanation, the answer is that we’re most likely not experiencing another irrational inflation of stock prices. – USA Today

Dominant Social Theme: The Fed is a responsible creature and would never create a speculative mess.

Free-Market Analysis: If the government or mainstream media say something definitive, assume the opposite. This article explains to us that the Fed has little power to create “irrational” bubbles. And that the current stock bubble – bigger than any bubble in history – is a rational one.

This is apparently the position of those who stand behind government and want investors to feel safe about placing funds in equities.

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