Complacency Gets A Wake Up Call

The ill effects of Keynesian central banking are nearly endless, but foremost among them is its corruption of the financial culture. That is, the constant interventions of central banks designed to prop up stocks and other risk assets lead to exactly the wrong kind of discounting and therefore rampant, unnatural complacency. Instead of pricing-in the […]
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