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Central banks are damned if they raise interest rates and damned if they don’t, largely because their policies have resulted in both risk-taking (i.e. the creation of asset bubbles in stocks, bonds and real estate) and excess levels of debt.

Here’s a summary from the report which succinctly explains the potential debt crisis and how the world’s central banks have painted themselves into a “monetary policy corner”: “Otherwise, over long horizons, failing to constrain...


The Great Complacency Fueled by Central Banks

From Birch Gold Group Market crashes often happen not when everyone is worried about them, but when no one is worried about them. That’s why one of the biggest risks in the stock market right...