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‘After 700+ Rate Cuts And $10 Trillion In Liquidity’, Quantitative Failure Now Tops The Worry List

This time around, Wonderland will be an even stranger place.

This time around, Wonderland will be an even stranger place.
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2 comments on “‘After 700+ Rate Cuts And $10 Trillion In Liquidity’, Quantitative Failure Now Tops The Worry List

  1. If QE/QT truly does fail, just how bad would a full-on “market-clearing” collapse be? Great Depression bad? WW III bad?

  2. mfn, good questions. I wish I could parse all this well enough to know where to put our small amount of retirement money.

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