Amazes me that the Fed Funds rate should be at 9.3% today according to the Taylor Rule model.   Most aggressive interest policy since the 70s.   Tell me the Fed is trapped without telling me the Fed is trapped.

3:36 AM · Oct 16, 2021

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That is assuming CPI is an accurate measurement of inflation.
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The real joke are the “investors” that but negative yielding crap like bonds
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Yeah but the jokes on all of us because a bunch of SIFIs bought that crap. They’ll be crying for a bailout when that trade goes bad
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CPI isnt anymore, its really like 15% per way measure din 1980 per shadow stats
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so when does gold rally hard bc of negative real rates?
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Tavi what great insight one of the best in the industry for sure. This is a supercharged environment for silver
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What happend in 1971?
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Because of extremely high debt levels interest rates can't rise without making that debt unsustainable Inflation is needed to erode debt and to keep markets from wobbling Can't raise rates - Can't taper
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Debt spiral. Wen hyperinflation.
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