Bad Money And The Demise Of The Middle Class, Part 2

As we explained in Part 1, today’s Keynesian form of inflationary central banking inherently benefits the small fraction of US households which own most of the financial assets. Thus, since money-printing went into permanent high gear after the dotcom crash in 2000, the top 1% of households have gained $20 million each in inflation-adjusted net […]
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