The Federal Reserve Has Just Given Financial Markets The Greatest Sell Signal In Modern American History

Monday, November 6, 2017
By Paul Martin

By Michael Snyder
November 5th, 2017

Why have stock prices risen so dramatically since the last financial crisis? There are certainly many factors involved, but the primary one is the fact that the Federal Reserve has been creating trillions of dollars out of thin air and has been injecting all of that hot money into the financial markets. But now the Federal Reserve is starting to reverse course, and this has got to be the greatest sell signal for financial markets in modern American history. Without the artificial support of the Federal Reserve and other global central banks, there is no possible way that the massively inflated asset prices that we are witnessing right now can continue.

The chart below comes from Sven Henrich, and it does a great job of demonstrating the relationship between the Fed’s quantitative easing program and the rise in stock prices. During the last financial crisis the Fed began to dramatically increase the size of our money supply, and they kept on doing it all the way through the end of October 2017…

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One Response to “The Federal Reserve Has Just Given Financial Markets The Greatest Sell Signal In Modern American History”

  1. Bobane

    Also, for the first time ever, there will be no way to escape the financial devastation.
    No short position will work…
    This will be a TOTAL WIPE OUT…!!!
    A financial reset will follow but it will be the most nasty one for all of us. Being a pensioner, I am dead worried already. I know that most people will not be able to coop with this and will take “the exit” as it will suddenly look like the only option.
    This will not be easy for nobody.
    There must be a good reson(s) why the NWO wants it this way, but I would rather not speculate on this issue.


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