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Central Bank Intervention Causing Unbelievable Distortions To Credit Markets, Bonds & Interest Rates – jj
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Central Bank Intervention Causing Unbelievable Distortions To Credit Markets, Bonds & Interest Rates



Jason talks about some of the crazy headlines lately from stories about credit, bonds and interest rates that central banks are causing! It’s truly unbelievable!

Follow World Government Bonds and The Yield Curves For More Government Debt Becoming Inverted: http://www.worldgovernmentbonds.com/inverted-yield-curves/

Since the Fed’s last rate hike in December 2019 and Jerome Powell’s seeming 180* into being more dovish with potential rate cuts and QE soon, issuance of new corporate bonds and mortgage related debt have started to rapidly increase again https://www.theinstitutionalriskanalyst.com/single-post/2019/07/07/Entropy-Volatility-and-Deflation

What is the TED spread? https://www.investopedia.com/terms/t/tedspread.asp

Other Articles Mentioned In The Show:
1) Now Inverted Yield Curves Are Coming to Emerging Markets, Too https://news.yahoo.com/now-inverted-yield-curves-coming-062934259.html
2) Sub-Zero Yields Start Taking Hold in Europe’s Junk-Bond Market https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-07-09/sub-zero-yields-start-taking-hold-in-europe-s-junk-bond-market
3) Perceived credit risk for the U.S. at lowest level in 40 years https://www.axios.com/ted-spread-united-states-credit-risk-28e692a5-a51f-4150-9bf7-ec35f32cae39.html
4) LIBOR Now Inverted: “Rate-Cuts Aren’t Going To Be Insurance; They Are The Alarm Bells” https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-06-26/libor-now-inverted-rate-cuts-arent-going-be-insurance-they-are-alarm-bells
5) IMF: The Days Of Being Paid Interest May Be Over Forever https://mcalvanyweeklycommentary.com/imf-days-of-being-paid-interest-are-over-deutsche-bank/
6) Here Is How Yield Curve Inversions Boost The Gold Price – Mike Swanson (06/10/2019) https://wallstreetwindow.com/2019/06/here-is-how-yield-curve-inversions-boost-the-gold-price-mike-swanson-06-10-2019/

MUST LISTEN INTERVIEW: Carmen Reinhart: Financial Repression Requires a Captive Audience https://mcalvanyweeklycommentary.com/carmenreinhart/

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  1. If these fiat based systems are going to fail and fail epically, what exactly stops the next gold bull run? So when people project $10,000 gold or something like that, why should it stop there?? In fact, what stops it at all? The only way I can envision a halt to the rise in the gold price is only when sovereign governments adopt a form of gold standard or something to that effect which they will only do at the very last possible moment kicking and screaming. Short of that, I don't see how they can stop the runaway precious metals prices once they start.

  2. Was listing to Steve Keene on Keiser Report and I haven't listened to Keene before. Some I agree with, but he wants to stop the saving of money if I heard him correctly to keep money velocity up. Gees, we are going into some messed up times

  3. Toxic assets should be sold off once original valuations are nearly recovered. See GM, Chrysler, TARP. Sovereigns are very good investors, buy low, sell high. Most Main St. investors buy high, sell low. They like to be part of the crowd. Misery loves company, not comfort.

  4. This is a great analysis-but what difference does it make? None.

    Play stupid games and win stupid prizes. If one has $ to play the game-good on ya' Most people couldn't care less as in is there gas in the car and food in the fridge and will I make it another month in this rental?

  5. central bankers might just pull this off, they might forgive debt in tranches, injecting liquidity into the system to keep economy going and letting some companies go bankrupt then as debt gets erased they might start creeping up the interest rates slowly… long shot might work

  6. Sitting on gold is not a wise investment strategy. It may be good as a small part of a greater portfolio, but you’re better off sitting on a portfolio of cash-generating stocks that pay growing dividends…and be patient…as those corporations print cash for their shareholders (including you).

  7. Dude, you are seriously knocking the cover off the ball ! Another great report. Do you realize how few people out there understand this stuff ? Virtually zero, including our entire Congress; Senate and House, both parties. It's like looking for a needle in a haystack. You're going places. You nailed it so many times I can't pick one in particular that I can say "You hit the nail on the head". Very Impressive. Thanks

  8. Can you imagine what it is like in Europe where savers are penalized? Even interest rates have come down dramatically in high interest rate areas of the world. I moved to a 3rd world country. Interest rates were around 12% back in 2008. Rates are down to around 7% now per year. Every country that has a decent quality currency will have repressed interest rates. Reserve currencies countries have severe repression of interest rates due to the hoarding of credit quality instruments as a source of collateral for banks. It's all because of low inflation due to high productivity via technological innovations. Global CPI would have to jump in order to unravel all this low interest rate stuff.

  9. Negative yields on European junk bonds? Had to pause the video for a couple of minutes to laugh… and try to grasp that ridiculous concept.

    Also… I have a gut feeling the guys at the Bank of Japan are waaaaay ahead of all other global banksters. I suspect they're busy DESTROYING debt (without causing domestic inflation)… while other banksters are CREATING debt. Well… if banks can create debt, then why can't they go the other way? Just destroy it!

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