When an ECONOMY SLOWS: Issues That Impact Economic Growth: Part Three:
Dateline: Del Mar, CA: Friday, July 05, 2019
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In our last session, FNB began a discussion of the issues that impact economic growth. In this session, FNB addresses the slow growth that is beginning to show up in the real estate and real property sectors.
In this session, FNB addresses some slow economic growth factors that are either directly or indirectly attributable to The FED and its policies.
SLOW GROWTH and FED Policies:
At the time of this session post, The DOW Jones Industrial Average and the S & P 500 are racing towards record levels. The economy seems to be pumping on all cylinders. And yet economic uncertainties seem to appear out of nowhere.
Some Slow Growth Items to Notice and Watch Going Forward:
The FED policy of continued and endless printing of FIAT currency goes on and on. The FED policy to inflate the dollar supply is intractable and completely out of control.
There are obvious, predictable outcomes that can be imagined from such reckless monetary policy.
Consider these Slow Growth Possible Outcomes:
Sudden economic shock waves: we can look for seemingly isolated market and/or economic sector disruptions to happen in the near term
Financial panics: there are sectors of the economy that most assuredly will begin to face turbulents. Turbulents that will cause sustained damage and shortages
Market mismatches: FED printing policies tend to favor some sectors and completely overlook others. These preferential approaches stack and position certain markets for success and directly place other sectors for potential financial instability
Slow downs are happening at higher rates of frequencies right now. In our next session, FNB will plow into the matter of inverted yield curves and the risk indicators that are associated with this. These risk factors and indicators are real drags and even potential breakpoints for our national economy.
In our next session, FNB will look at the European markets and how these seem to be faring in the current economic setting.
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