Most investors and traders believe there is a stock market bubble right now but in a new Keiser Report (link above) Max Keiser makes a powerful argument that everything is in a bubble. The economics of supply and demand are not what’s driving the market higher.
Stock Market Bubble
Central banks bought $15 trillion worth of bad assets from banks to keep the stock market bubble alive. Central banks could continue buying bad debt from banks and keep pushing the stock market higher. This is why we have real estate bubbles in countries around the world.
Too many auto loan defaults? The central bank will just come in and start buying up those bad auto loans.
What about the FANG stocks on Wall Street. Facebook, Apple, Netflix, and Google. These stocks can double again because there’s no accountability. If you can collateralize a bubble and sell it to pension funds with the help of Goldman Sachs, and there’s no law against it, then the economics of supply and demand is meaningless. There is no real price discovery. The entire market is based not on economics but on derivatives of derivative packages that are sold to pension funds.
Check out the Max Keiser report:
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