August 05, 2013 at 11:50 AM EDT
Could The Fed’s Balance Sheet Be The Mother of All Bubbles?
Almost every major stock market advance in the past 100 years has lead to some type of stock market bubble. The last great bubble was formed in 2007, this bubble formed primarily in the credit and housing sectors. At that time, people were flipping homes, borrowing from banks without showing documentation of income, and tapping [...] View the full post at: Could The Fed’s Balance Sheet Be The Mother of All Bubbles? Related posts: Global Banks May See Their Balance Sheet Shrink by $2 Trillion in 2009 Concerns about the Fed’s New Balance Sheet A Balance-Sheet Driven Recession Precludes a Cyclically Normal US Recovery
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