Tag: liquidity

The Forever Bubble-Blowing Fed

The Forever Bubble-Blowing Fed

The Fed's behavior in recent months has been something out of a horror movie. The low interest rate, expansionary monetary policies introduced by former Fed Chair Bernanke and continued by former Fed Chair Yellen have dramatically accelerated under current Fed Chair Powell. Bernanke dealt in $Billions, Chairman Powell prefers $Trillions. Click any of the charts … Continue reading The Forever Bubble-Blowing Fed

Now Is The Time To Be Aggressive

Now Is The Time To Be Aggressive

Technology companies with healthy balance sheets should accelerate Product Development efforts. The COVID crisis does not have to entirely be about protecting operating income. Many technology companies threw out guidance during the March quarter. Therefore why be overly sensitive about protecting operating income and earnings? Why not accelerate Product Development efforts if doing so will … Continue reading Now Is The Time To Be Aggressive

The Fed Is Crowding Out Private Capital<span class="badge-status" style="background:red">Premium</span> 

The Fed Is Crowding Out Private CapitalPremium 

The Federal Reserve is crowding out private capital. It has engaged in what feels like perpetual quantitative easing ("QE") since 2008. The Fed buying corporate credit is the latest perversion from this increasingly political institution. Federal Reserve assets continue to grow pushing against the $7 Trillion mark. Fed assets could potentially cross the $10 Trillion … Continue reading The Fed Is Crowding Out Private CapitalPremium 

TEK2day Weekend: Economic Charts<span class="badge-status" style="background:red">Premium</span> 

TEK2day Weekend: Economic ChartsPremium 

We have charted a number of economic data sets. Each chart - some more so than others - speaks to the current weakened economy and/or illustrates the inflated equity valuations we are experiencing. The latter in our view is not related to fundamentals but to the enormous liquidity the Fed has pumped into the economy. … Continue reading TEK2day Weekend: Economic ChartsPremium