The Fed Is Now Monetizing the Debt and the Interest on the Debt.

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In this report, I cover the early market action from London on Monday, November 18th, 2019. I look briefly at the precious metals, the stock market, the dollar, the bond market and the price of WTI and Brent crude oil.

Today I look closely at the Federal Reserve's balance sheet to show how the U.S. Central Bank is on pace to printing almost $1.4 trillion on an annual basis.

If one looks at the trillion-dollar deficits that the U.S. government is now running on an annual basis and adds the interest on the debt we come to a figure of $1.4 trillion.

My conclusion is that the Fed is now on a path towards the destruction of the currency as it is printing money to just cover the annual national debt increase but also the interest on the debt.

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What do you think will happen to the outstanding consumer debt, mortgages (secured) and credit cards (unsecured) when hyperinflation hits?

If one had the ability to pay off debt with gold after the hyperinflation event happens, is it wise to take on new debt now? Will the overall cost be a savings, will the debt be forgiven (doubtful for the little people) or will the overall expense be roughly the same?

Thanks again, Maneco64. It sounds like the counterfeiting program is complete.

Seems like the call for the collapse of the dollar has been thrown out there for years, we’ve been in a currency war much longer.
It’s like the boy who cried wolf, people are becoming almost numb to the reality of just how close we are, ignoring the facts that should push every individual to pay attention, if you haven’t been saving precious metals or cryptocurrency it’s not to late, but you must pay attention, the threat is real.

The me-too price rise are rampant after the consumption tax hike in Japan. But most of people are not aware Hyperinflation is approaching. Incidentally,
a few sensitive watchers regarded Softbank was almost reaching it's end when Saudi Arabia refused to join their Vision Fund 2. The argument is whether Softbank will take Mizuho and Nomura with them or not.