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The Nasdaq/dow Jones ratio has started to drop at the exact same level of 2000 dotcom

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This is all really just manufactured.

Record highs were caused by record money printing, the record drops are caused by a stupid response to record money printing causing an inflation crisis.

It’s no wonder it’s so easy for the people in Washington to do insider trading.

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The stock market’s brutal year neared a grim milestone as the S&P 500’s slide on Friday threatened to leave it in a bear market for the first time since March 2020, fueled by worries over sky high inflation, a hawkish Federal Reserve and future economic growth.

The benchmark S&P 500 index fell below 3837.248 during Friday’s session, a decline that on an intraday basis put it more than 20% below its Jan. 3 record closing high. However, the index closed above that level, and did not confirm it was in a bear market – frequently defined as a drop of at least 20% from a closing high.

If history is any guide, a bear market would mean more pain could be in store for investors.
The S&P 500 has fallen by an average of 32.7% in 13 bear markets since 1946, including a nearly 57% drop during the 2007-2009 bear market during the financial crisis, according to Sam Stovall, chief investment strategist at CFRA.

It has taken a little over a year on average for the index to reach its bottom during bear markets, and then roughly another two years to return to its prior high, according to CFRA. Of the 13 bear markets since 1946, the return to breakeven levels has varied, taking as little as three months to as long as 69 months.
The biggest problem here is that if people are pulling their money out of the stock market, that means that there is more money in circulation, which means that prices are going to go up even more.

The stock market – along with real estate and to some extent crypto – are places where people parked this money when it was dumped on the market by the printing fiasco that started with the coronavirus hoax. When the money is parked in a monetized asset like that, it has an effect of reducing the brunt of inflation.

The logical thing to do, as I see it, would just be to keep printing money, keep interest rates low, and keep the stock market and other bubbles going until you can just completely default through hyperinflation.

I mean, the money doesn’t exist to pay back – the interest means there is more money owed than money that exists, so it’s not like you can do β€œfiscal responsibility” at this point.

This is related: Kim Dotcom’s Twitter Thread About the Great Reset

I just don’t know why you would want the market crash now, when you could just as easily keep the bubble rolling. Especially when you’re trying to do a war – I just can’t see the point.

Oh well.

I don’t care.

I just want to see everything get nuked, really.

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Could this mean that they are going to rush a tranny, homo, marxist big brother state into existence as a response to a crisis which they are going to create?

It is hard to see how they will simultaneously keep their world tyranny afloat. I guess the big red button is looking attractive to them.

Pelosi will be the richest drunken whore in the universe.
You can track her portfolio online. I'm not sure how far this is behind her actual moves. It would be really interesting to see what she is doing at this moment.

 
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The biggest problem here is that if people are pulling their money out of the stock market, that means that there is more money in circulation, which means that prices are going to go up even more.

The stock market – along with real estate and to some extent crypto – are places where people parked this money when it was dumped on the market by the printing fiasco that started with the coronavirus hoax. When the money is parked in a monetized asset like that, it has an effect of reducing the brunt of inflation.
This is a popular misconception. Every buyer has a seller and visa versa. No money β€œsits” in stocks to be taken out. For example, say roger doe bought Amazon at $1000 and sold to joe blow at $2000. Joe blow’s savings went to roger doe, who can now consume $2k worth of goods or services. Joe blow feels richer as long as his stock isn’t underwater, but once it falls he realizes that he is down bad and needs to tighten his belt. Rising stocks induce people to spend their savings under the illusion of wealth. No money is actually β€œmade” since there is an accounting identity between each buyer and seller. For every person that gained money, someone else eventually loses an equivalent amount. Falling stocks induce a reverse wealth effect, in which people feel poorer and spend less. This is what the fed is inducing to attempt to cap inflation.
 

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This is all really just manufactured.

Record highs were caused by record money printing, the record drops are caused by a stupid response to record money printing causing an inflation crisis.

It’s no wonder it’s so easy for the people in Washington to do insider trading.

Reuters:



The biggest problem here is that if people are pulling their money out of the stock market, that means that there is more money in circulation, which means that prices are going to go up even more.

The stock market – along with real estate and to some extent crypto – are places where people parked this money when it was dumped on the market by the printing fiasco that started with the coronavirus hoax. When the money is parked in a monetized asset like that, it has an effect of reducing the brunt of inflation.

The logical thing to do, as I see it, would just be to keep printing money, keep interest rates low, and keep the stock market and other bubbles going until you can just completely default through hyperinflation.

I mean, the money doesn’t exist to pay back – the interest means there is more money owed than money that exists, so it’s not like you can do β€œfiscal responsibility” at this point.

This is related: Kim Dotcom’s Twitter Thread About the Great Reset

I just don’t know why you would want the market crash now, when you could just as easily keep the bubble rolling. Especially when you’re trying to do a war – I just can’t see the point.

Oh well.

I don’t care.

I just want to see everything get nuked, really.

Continue reading...
It’s also they decided to raise the fed interest rate at exactly the same time as all of this going on.

Valuation, blah, blah, blah, discounting future cash flows, blah, blah, blah. They knew raising interest rates at all after a like 10-year period of record low interest rates would destroy the market. Anybody who didn’t sell once they announced this is an abject moron.

Needless to say, I don’t expect my inheritance. It’s all so tiresome.
 

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I just don’t know why you would want the market crash now, when you could just as easily keep the bubble rolling. Especially when you’re trying to do a war – I just can’t see the point.
The most obvious reason is politics. The Democrats understand that high inflation is political dynamite, and with the mid-terms coming up, told Jay Powell that the Federal Reserve needed to start doing something right now about inflation. "Doing something" means raising interest rates and reducing the Fed's balance sheet, and that's what Powell started doing a few months ago, which is what led to the market selloff. Now, to be clear, the stock market has been grotesquely overvalued for years, so it was looking for any excuse to sell off. I have argued in these pages that the Federal Reserve is, mainly, a psyop, but the fact is psyops are real and produce real effects in the real world. "Don't fight the Fed" has been the number one mantra on Wall Street for decades now. Remember that in the current year, stock prices are not set by people's opinions on what stocks are worth, but by people's opinions on what everyone else's opinions might be about what stocks are worth. We are reaching levels of herd behavior that were previously thought not possible.

And FYI, it's not a coincidence that just a few days ago, the Senate voted to give Jay Powell another term as Chairman of the Federal Reserve. The Democrats had been keeping his confirmation on ice for a few months, and now that it's clear he's fully on board with the program, they decided to let him keep his job.

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It remains to be seen how much effect the Federal Reserve's actions will have on inflation before November. My guess is, not much, but the Democrats are getting desperate, and at the very least they have set Powell up to be their scapegoat because "he didn't do enough".
 
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Who wants to take bets on which one of these asset bubbles will pop first and get the financial apocalypse rolling? (No cash, only Monero!)

I often wonder that since the financial market is so fragile right now, if some mad lad would be tired and nihilistic enough to deliberately make moves to cause a bubble to burst because they "just want to get it over with". Hopefully not in the way that goes along with the nwo plans to deliberately dismantle the economy. A financial collapse would make it quite hard for these bastards to start ww3 at least... Hopefully.
 

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Falling stocks induce a reverse wealth effect, in which people feel poorer and spend less. This is what the fed is inducing to attempt to cap inflation.
Yes, this is a good thumbnail explanation for why the Federal Reserve is fundamentally a psyop.

Inflation is caused by too much money chasing not enough goods and services. In the past, we had lots of money and lots of goods and services, and inflation would happen when "lots of money" became "too much money". In 2022, we have not enough money, and not enough goods and services, and inflation is happening because "not enough goods and services" is becoming "a crushing scarcity of goods and services".

My best guess right now is that the Fed will do a 180 sometime later this year (i.e. they will lower rates and start increasing its balance sheet again) in a desperate attempt to increase the supply of goods and services, because that's the real problem we face.

No matter what, I think that we are going to have serious price inflation for the next decade. Buckle up for "official" inflation numbers to oscillate in a range between 5% and 10% (or more), and real inflation numbers of roughly 2x to 3x that, for the foreseeable future.
 

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Who wants to take bets on which one of these asset bubbles will pop first and get the financial apocalypse rolling? (No cash, only Monero!)

I often wonder that since the financial market is so fragile right now, if some mad lad would be tired and nihilistic enough to deliberately make moves to cause a bubble to burst because they "just want to get it over with". Hopefully not in the way that goes along with the nwo plans to deliberately dismantle the economy. A financial collapse would make it quite hard for these bastards to start ww3 at least... Hopefully.
Nah. A financial collapse means China is going to first strike the US to recoup its losses, and the US will use it to distract the populace and send off troops to die. Likely attack the west coast to try and secure the tech centers, and steal the technology from there for themselves. They would liberate Taiwan as well in the same strike, and hit the west coast aircraft carriers asap.
 

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Nah. A financial collapse means China is going to first strike the US to recoup its losses, and the US will use it to distract the populace and send off troops to die. Likely attack the west coast to try and secure the tech centers, and steal the technology from there for themselves. They would liberate Taiwan as well in the same strike, and hit the west coast aircraft carriers asap.
That is a possibility, but I think Andrews predictions of China staying its hand and pursuing global dominance by being a merchant empire is more likely their game plan from how we have observed them so far. It makes more sense to me at least. You can't trade your cheap Chinese goods to America if you obliterate it. But hey, I can't say for sure since I don't have an autistic Asian brain.

I'll reevaluate my position on this when they actually pull the trigger on Greater China (aka Taiwan) and kick out the glow niggers calling the shots there.
 

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Nah. A financial collapse means China is going to first strike the US to recoup its losses, and the US will use it to distract the populace and send off troops to die. Likely attack the west coast to try and secure the tech centers, and steal the technology from there for themselves. They would liberate Taiwan as well in the same strike, and hit the west coast aircraft carriers asap.
What tech? It has all been transfered. The last decade was the first decade since the first industrial revolution without a groundbreaking invention being introduced. One could argue streaming and electric cars but they were introduced the decade before. All the so called tech companies are really media companies except for tesla and Apple. Apple hasn't innovated in a decade and all there factories are in China. Tesla really is about the batteries. Not only are those factories in China the tech has been done in partnership with Japanese companies. The brain ls behind the lithium ion battery is dr goodenough. I think he is turning 100 this year. If he lives I guess capturing him will be an accomplishment but seriously what tech?
 

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The last decade was the first decade since the first industrial revolution without a groundbreaking invention being introduced.
"The first decade"?? The last "groundbreaking inventions" were the transistor and the laser, the latter having been invented fully 62 years ago.

If you want to call CT and MRI scanning technology "groundbreaking", which I frankly don't think you can, those are about 50 years old.

Even the internet, which is absolutely not groundbreaking, but simply an evolution in computing technology, is over 50 years old.

Science stopped advancing sometime in the 1930s, and engineering began to grind to a halt around 1960.

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The only human technology that is still advancing is entertainment technology, and that's only thanks to our Korean friends.



 
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"The first decade"?? The last "groundbreaking inventions" were the transistor and the laser, the latter having been invented fully 62 years ago.

If you want to call CT and MRI scanning technology "groundbreaking", which I frankly don't think you can, those are about 50 years old.

Even the internet, which is absolutely not groundbreaking, but simply an evolution in computing technology, is over 50 years old.

Science stopped advancing sometime in the 1930s, and engineering began to grind to a halt around 1960.

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Agree with all your points let me rephrase groundbreaking product. Yes internet goes back to 1970s world wide web around 1990 and commercialization around 1995. So to the public I would use 1995. Cell phones are a refinement of older technology I would place that in the 80s. Actually CDMA was invented then too. Funny thing you mention transistor even that was older than claimed. While Shockley was our guy and I don't want to take away from him he just reinvented or more likely reverse engineered. A German in the 20s invented it and I think some.guy in Canada in 30s further worked on it. A lot of jews just stole german patents and brought them to America after the war.
 

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Cell phones are a refinement of older technology I would place that in the 80s.
Cell phones are really just computer-controlled radios. Smartphones are computer-controlled radios with another more powerful computer glued on, connected to the internet, which is just a network of computers. Nothing new about any of that tech, just refinements of technology invented in the early 20th century (radio) and mid-20th century (computers).
 

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Cell phones are really just computer-controlled radios. Smartphones are computer-controlled radios with another more powerful computer glued on, connected to the internet, which is just a network of computers. Nothing new about any of that tech, just refinements of technology invented in the early 20th century (radio) and mid-20th century (computers).
As a product I would still place it as an 80s invention. There is no dispute it was a refinement of older tech. CDMA was quite groundbreaking. Spread spectrum was credited to Hedy Lamar. Obvious hype as she was a jew and didn't produce any technical feasibility in her patent in 1940s but that type of spread spectrum was what was called frequency hopping. CDMA was a knew development and that was done by Qualcomm some time in 80s. But not disputing what you are saying I am talking about introduction of new products.

Edit: apparently cell phones including CDMA were ripped off of 1950s soviet technology. Just read it on wiki. Considering how anti white they are probably true as they never take credit from jews. CDMA was probably the only invention I credited American jews with, well there goes that.
 
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The stock market – along with real estate and to some extent crypto – are places where people parked this money when it was dumped on the market by the printing fiasco that started with the coronavirus hoax. When the money is parked in a monetized asset like that, it has an effect of reducing the brunt of inflation.

The logical thing to do, as I see it, would just be to keep printing money, keep interest rates low, and keep the stock market and other bubbles going until you can just completely default through hyperinflation.
In other words, Santa offered you a stock market crash and you told him you'd rather have a cannibal holocaust. You've been a good boy, so Santa will see what he can do.

What the Jews need to do right now, for their own survival, is jack up interest rates above the rate of inflation i.e. 30%, and let the stock market take a 90% haircut. Though that still doesn't come close to addressing the demographic problem -- millions of productive white men are retiring and their replacements are third-world garbage.
 
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That ship sailed, no, wait, SANK, so long ago I don’t even think it’s salvageable, tho. 🀣

i was already getting like 10% max, and I’m pretty sure that’s fallen by about 20% since the start of the year… I just don’t even pay attention and expect nothing anymore. There’s not THAT much, but what my shitlib siblings don’t get will go to jewish hedge funds and some shitlib/evangelical/israeli charity. πŸ™„

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All those developing countries that are moving into trade deals with China and Russia and looking to become part of a multi-polar world are going to be hit even harder by market implosion than the rich nations of the West. But in general the destruction of the economy has been part of a broader movement with Rona that includes China and other non-Western players too.
 

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What tech? It has all been transfered. The last decade was the first decade since the first industrial revolution without a groundbreaking invention being introduced. One could argue streaming and electric cars but they were introduced the decade before. All the so called tech companies are really media companies except for tesla and Apple. Apple hasn't innovated in a decade and all there factories are in China. Tesla really is about the batteries. Not only are those factories in China the tech has been done in partnership with Japanese companies. The brain ls behind the lithium ion battery is dr goodenough. I think he is turning 100 this year. If he lives I guess capturing him will be an accomplishment but seriously what tech?
Does the Chinese know that? Apple is a trillion dollar company. It’s having employees return to work, making it mostly white men run. That’s a very valuable company to own should China want it’s debt repaid. You also have google, meta, and random tech start ups, all in California. There’s a significant Asian population there as well, all pointing to China wanting a piece of it.
 

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Yes, this is a good thumbnail explanation for why the Federal Reserve is fundamentally a psyop.

Inflation is caused by too much money chasing not enough goods and services. In the past, we had lots of money and lots of goods and services, and inflation would happen when "lots of money" became "too much money". In 2022, we have not enough money, and not enough goods and services, and inflation is happening because "not enough goods and services" is becoming "a crushing scarcity of goods and services".

My best guess right now is that the Fed will do a 180 sometime later this year (i.e. they will lower rates and start increasing its balance sheet again) in a desperate attempt to increase the supply of goods and services, because that's the real problem we face.

No matter what, I think that we are going to have serious price inflation for the next decade. Buckle up for "official" inflation numbers to oscillate in a range between 5% and 10% (or more), and real inflation numbers of roughly 2x to 3x that, for the foreseeable future.
Agree, and I think the Fed is making a mistake, and IMO at this level a mistake is worse than a crime. The best option is the bitter pill: 80% hyperinflation for a few months, which would make all debts, including sovereign, become trivial. Then rebuild the manufacturing base via tariffs and mercantilism. Hyperinflation would destroy the international reputation of the dollar, but that’s going to happen anyway. Yes, 80% hyperinflation would be traumatic, but Zimbabwe and Venezuela lived to tell the tale. By drawing this process out, they’ll get the worse of both worlds: high inflation and a destroyed economy without the immediate debt relief.

I’ll repost why the rate hikes will make inflation worse:

Western economic thought is rooted in the idea that "the cure for high prices are high prices," i.e. high prices induce increased supply, which lowers prices. This framework assumes stand by production capacity that gets dialed up or down in response to higher/lower demand. When supply is "elastic", CBs tame inflation by lifting rates to reduce economic activity & lower demand.

But what if supply is constrained & cannot meet even base line demand? What if adding supply requires time, capex & materials already in short supply? This is where we are now. B/w Covid & war-related supply disruptions, & geostrategic imperative to re-shore critical production, higher cost of capital serves to constrain the already diminished supply, which drives prices higher still, i.e. higher rates stoke higher prices.

The problem is clear - re-shoring, import substitution, new capacity build & supply chain work-arounds require new capital & materials, all of which are already in short supply & getting more expensive. Additional demand exacerbates shortages & drives prices higher still.

Generals always fight the last war & so is the Fed - it is fighting a financial crisis in the face of a quickly unfolding crisis in the global real economy - disrupted supply chains, commodity, food & labor shortages, deglobalization of production, and exigencies of war.
 

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Agree, and I think the Fed is making a mistake, and IMO at this level a mistake is worse than a crime. The best option is the bitter pill: 80% hyperinflation for a few months, which would make all debts, including sovereign, become trivial. Then rebuild the manufacturing base via tariffs and mercantilism. Hyperinflation would destroy the international reputation of the dollar, but that’s going to happen anyway. Yes, 80% hyperinflation would be traumatic, but Zimbabwe and Venezuela lived to tell the tale. By drawing this process out, they’ll get the worse of both worlds: high inflation and a destroyed economy without the immediate debt relief.

I’ll repost why the rate hikes will make inflation worse:
First off that doesn't even meet the defintion of hyper inflation. And who would be better off? The jews that hate us maybe? And they would do that if they had secured the world by defeating China and Russia. They still need American economy somewhat functioning. In your scenario the US empire would go into isolation the reverse iron curtain would be complete with Europe and America and the 5 eye nations completely cut off from rest of world. The people in power would just go full north Korea and us and we would be slaves. Unless you got an escape route worked out to Russia this would be the worst case scenario.
 
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Does the Chinese know that? Apple is a trillion dollar company. It’s having employees return to work, making it mostly white men run. That’s a very valuable company to own should China want it’s debt repaid. You also have google, meta, and random tech start ups, all in California. There’s a significant Asian population there as well, all pointing to China wanting a piece of it.
California could fall into the ocean tomorrow, and it would not result in a meaningful reduction in technical innovation. With Apple out of the way, the Chinese would duplicate everything that Apple is doing within a few years. The fact is, not only did Apple stop innovating a decade ago, but their products have actually gotten significantly worse. The last good macintosh product they made is from ~2015. The only reason the Chinese would want California would be to physically remove the entire resident population to Mexico (because they'd own that too) so they could enjoy some nice beachfront property for themselves. I think that would be a wonderful outcome, because it would make California a much nicer place to visit.
 
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