And speaking of sucking, how about this chart? Check out that huge spike at the end — as big as Greenspan’s Y2K money supply surge.
There is an inflationary spike somewhere out there, once we get through this massive deflationary period.
Here is the longer term view:
Notice how this spike dwarfs 2001 post 9/11
Research Division of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
How does the current financial crisis compare to the Great Depression, and has the government learned the lessons of the 1930s?
Echoes of a Dismal Past
Ultra S&P 500 ProShares, (S&P500 2-to-1), 6 month chart chart courtesy of FusionIQ > Watch today’s volume – As seen in the chart above the 3 heaviest volume days (highlighted by green circles) in the last two weeks on SSO (Ultra S&P 500 ProShares) an ETF that seeks daily investment returns that correspond to twice…Read More