…but you can give it fancy names to deceive the public.
$4 Trillion sounds like a lot of money, doesn’t it?
Actually, it’s a conservative estimate of the total amount of “funny money” that’s been created by the Federal Reserve (since 2008) to bail-out the Wall Street banksters. (A more realistic figure is upwards of $20 Trillion)
They covered it up with acronyms like QE (Quantitative Easing) or “Operation Twist.”
Why can’t they just speak English?”
The terms are just fancy names for printing new money. And it’s only a matter of time before the wizards of Wall Street demand that the Fed crank up the printing presses again.
Cue up Negative interest rates.
Fed Reserve Chairman Jay Powell is trapped between a rock and a hard place.
He knows he shouldn’t lower rates but the pressure is coming from around the world in order to keep the Europe and Asian bond markets from blowing up.
Because it’s the only way they’ll escape defaulting on their debt…for the time being.
Nope! It won’t be pretty when the bond markets blow up.
I know this sounds crazy but I’m only scratching the surface of the greatest theft transfers of wealth in history.
You can’t do anything to stop it.
But you can profit alongside these modern-day Robber Barons IF you understand why they’re doing it.
Don’t be fooled by their annoying acronyms. If you learn what they mean, you can use them to your advantage (HERE).
Check out a sample list of some of Wall Street’s most deceptive acronyms (HERE).
You’ll thank me later.
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