I think this is a pretty clear pattern in housing prices. Past performance may not indicate future results, but I'm confident that a pattern with this many cycles and signs of instability at the right time will hold.
M2 is the money in circulation issued by the government.
M2REAL is the real value of M2 deflated by the CPIAUCSL (Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers).
M2REAL is in an infinite uptrend, with a downward correction now.
The correlation with SPX is positive as both are falling.
A change in...
Yeah, you heard that right. The Bureau of Labor Statistics has an announcement on their site saying, " Starting in January 2022, weights for the Consumer Price Index will be calculated based on consumer expenditure data from 2019-2020. The BLS considered interventions, but decided to maintain normal procedures. " They are changing their weighting. Does this raise...
Bitcoin breaks above old support at $40,000 and is holding. This is showing that it may be ready to make another run for it. $53k is real resistance and we need to be watching that. If we break hard to the downside off $53k then we may have just triggered our next huge sell-off into that $30k range. The best thing would be $40k remains as support and I don't think...
Can it be true? Who does it benefit? Check out the M2 money supply vs the S&P 500. Clearly, the more that is printed the more assets increase. Owning assets is your best bet of financial survival. The poor will be crushed but being wealthy in that time is not pretty either. This has been talked about for years by people like Robert Kiyosaki, Peter Schiff, Mike...
I just wanted to put some visuals together as I am seeing a lot of banks making statements regarding the FED rate increases affecting the price of Bitcoin and other crypto assets negatively. I am not saying that this will not end up being the case but, I wanted to show what happened the last time the FED decided to increase rates compared to what...
Bitcoin vs USD FRED.
35-50% on any given area, already. Hyper-Inflation is akin to the frog in the boiling water. . . As soon as you realize you are being cooked, it's too late! Venezuela dropping zeros (moving decimal places) due to inflation. Now they are backing 70% USD. LLLUUUUULLLLZZZZZZ
Let's start with inflation;
I recently wrote an article on Inflation - here's a little extra info to follow on from that.
This seems insane!!! And it is!!!
Stimulus - hype, FOMO, institutional adoption and so on.
What does this mean in terms of the charts?
Well some good news and some bad news - first of all, many people have now hears about Stock -...
I hope you all are safe and good.
I wanted to show an interesting negative correlation between Fed's Overnight Reverse Repurchase Agreements and Gold Price.
You may also see a FRED GRAPH about that on below,
Question is ; Will there be much more weakness on Gold Price?
I guess we'll see that soon.
Share your ideas...
This weekly series is discontinued and will no longer be updated. The non-seasonally adjusted version of this weekly series is WM2NS, and the seasonally adjusted monthly series is M2SL.
Starting on February 23, 2021, the H.6 statistical release is now published at a monthly frequency and contains only monthly average data needed to construct the monetary...
The FED just updated their series and MODIFIED the past year of data to reflect an 18 trllion monetary base. I'd like to know why their data was only showing 6 trillion until today. Maybe it's a bug? Maybe it's real? Who even knows anymore. Cash = trash
Money velocity in orange, base supply in blue.
Here's the source of series:
Triple bottom bounce incoming? Money printer go brrr.
Green = inflation adjusted (negated from price, representing a lower price)
Orange = actual market price
Of course I didn't take LTC inflation into account. Is it useful? You be the judge.
Gross domestic product (GDP) is the value of the goods and services produced by the nation's economy less the value of the goods and services used up in production. GDP is also equal to the sum of personal consumption expenditures, gross private domestic investment, net exports of goods and services, and government consumption expenditures and gross investment....