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“Money” nowadays is a byproduct of wishful analytics and computer legerdemain seasoned with generous measures of fraud and larceny.
We should suppose that the officers of the Federal Reserve are upright, well-intentioned, patriotic people. But the perilous situation is largely one of their own making, and seems to be veering out of their control, and reputations are at stake. This modern Balaam, riding the ass of the Deep State into wickedness, must be stopped, perhaps at all costs.
Their task at this year’s Jackson Hole confab is to maintain the appearance of confidence in their own rituals. On his way to the oval office last fall, Trump prophesied that the stock markets represented “one big, fat, ugly bubble.” That was an offense to the grand viziers, for whom the elevated stock market valuations stood as the main testament to their power and wisdom.
This is a big problem when everything is measured in money and it becomes quite impossible to state with assurance what the value of money actually is.
Obviously, you end up not knowing the value of anything. And since the USA is the straw the stirs the world’s drink — at least for now — the utterances emanating from Jackson Hole may determine which way that situation turns.
Janet Yellen and the rest of the crew in their conical hats might want the markets to fall by a manageable ten or maybe even twenty percent.