Inflationary Deflation: Creating A New Bubble In Money

Monday, December 10, 2012
By Paul Martin

by Tyler Durden
ZeroHedge.com
12/10/2012

Excessive monetary stimulus and low interest rates create financial bubbles. Seymour Pierce’s Thunder Road report notes that central banks are creating the ultimate bubble in money itself, as they fight the downward leg in this Long Wave cycle. This is the biggest debt bubble in history. Each time deflationary forces re-assert themselves, offsetting inflationary forces (monetary stimulus in some form) have to be correspondingly more aggressive to keep systemic failure at bay. The avoidance of a typical deflationary resolution of this Long Wave is incubating a coming wave of inflation. This will not be the conventional “demand pull” inflation understood by most economists. The end game is an inflationary/currency crisis, dislocation across credit and derivative markets, and the transition to a new monetary system , with a new reserve currency replacing the dollar. This makes gold and silver the “go-to” assets for capital preservation.

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