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Getting Through 2022, On The Way To 2052

Jan. 02, 2022 7:09 PM ETBTC-USD, BTCE-USD, TLT, USDU8 Comments
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Adam Whitehead


  • Developed economy democracies are constructing a thirty-year threat/growth narrative to follow the COVID-19 narrative.
  • The thirty-year threat/growth narrative requires monetary and fiscal policy expansion on a scale larger than the COVID-19 response.
  • The American thirty-year narrative involves the funding and creation of a bipartisan consensus from the perceived Chinese threat via Latin America.
  • In view of the thirty-year narrative timeline compression, the Fed has limited time and space available to taper.
  • The Fed’s pivot from its inflation mandate to its employment mandate will require a new definition of what full employment means in relation to the COVID-19 experience.

Macro shot of international paper money banknote.

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Don’t look back in anger, look forward in anger instead ….

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There is still some unfinished business, from 2021, that needs to be addressed at the global level in 2022. Sadly, the resolution involves conflicts. Fortunately, for some investors, the conflicts

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