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The Result of “Too Much Money”: Asset Price Inflation and Inequality

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While it took the Federal Reserve almost six years to create 3.5 trillion in new US dollar liquidity after 2008, this time around, it took only ten months to unleash a monetary tsunami of trillion, with the projection of at least another .8 trillion next year. Original Article: "The Result of "Too Much Money": ...

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While it took the Federal Reserve almost six years to create 3.5 trillion in new US dollar liquidity after 2008, this time around, it took only ten months to unleash a monetary tsunami of $3 trillion, with the projection of at least another $1.8 trillion next year.

Original Article: "The Result of "Too Much Money": Asset Price Inflation and Inequality"

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