It’s looking increasingly clear folks: The economy has taken on too much debt. Interest rates can’t rise substantially without threatening to crash the entire system. But instead of exercising concern, Wall Street is partying hard with today’s cheap liquidity in a speculative orgy. Unless the situation changes dramatically, investment manager Lance Roberts foresees an approaching ‘Minsky Moment’ for the markets that will shatter the complacency of today’s investors and send prices into melt-down. In this chart-rich interview, Lance decodes the implications of what Jerome Powell said at the latest Federal Reserve press conference, explains why inflation will and will not be “transitory”, and argues why volatility in financial assets like stocks and bonds will be
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