For the first time since 2008, the Fed raised interest rates, and shortly after the stock market saw major corrections. And with only one day left in January, the economic outlook for this year suggests this trend of market corrections will continue. This means the over inflated value of things in the economy will be reduced significantly unless more artificial measures are put in place.
But it appears that financial powers behind the world economy are preparing for a major shift or reset. If true, the first step could be to devalue the stock market and USD, which would have a large impact on all economic centers on the planet.
Could this be part of a benevolent effort to end Cabal rule? Or is this just the next phase of financial enslavement?
I cannot know for certain, but what I do know, is that tyranny can only flourish in a climate of ignorance and inaction. Let us take the time now to gain key knowledge and understanding of how the economy works, what money is, and why we can restore systems of commerce to their rightful place as tools of humanity's prosperity, and not our enslavement.
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Source - The Economic Collapse Blog
As stocks continue to crash, you can blame the Federal Reserve, because the Fed is more responsible for creating the current financial bubble that we are living in than anyone else. When the Federal Reserve pushed interest rates all the way to the floor and injected lots of hot money into the financial markets during their quantitative easing programs, this pushed stock prices to wildly artificial levels. The only way that it would have been possible to keep stock prices at those wildly artificial levels would have been to keep interest rates ultra-low and to keep recklessly creating lots of new money. But now the Federal Reserve has ended quantitative easing and has embarked on a program of very slowly raising interest rates. This is going to have very severe consequences for the markets, but Janet Yellen doesn’t seem to care.