When compared with the latest news on unemployment, yesterday’s bad news is actually good news.
For obvious reasons, the RBA and other central banks are desperately trying to avoid the shame of having their sins found out. More money printing. More propping up of zombie companies. More interest rate cuts.
These so-called balanced funds are at risk of becoming very much unbalanced in the coming months and years. Which means a not so SUPER outlook awaits those who failed to rigourously question the industry’s spin.
What happens if the debt crisis ogre slashes credit growth? Will the Dow once again be cast out into the investing wilderness? These questions are not being seriously considered…yet.
The Dow’s flight of fantasy is almost over. The recent arcing pattern is the good ship Dow turning around for a different type of flight…a white-knuckle ride back to reality.
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Imagine what the numbers would look like if the JobKeeper programme had not been rolled out? What happens when employers no longer receive the government’s JobKeeper payment?
How is the COVID-19 health crisis impacting the Australian property market? There are two real points to make here.
When you ask yourself why the bond market is not seeing any inflation for the foreseeable future, the only answer is the debt bubble is — in net terms — deflating.