The Fed has dumped trillions into the market in the last couple weeks alone. It’s slashed rates to zero and eliminated the reserve requirement. And on Monday, it announced that it would purchase Treasurys and mortgage-backed securities without limits.

The SARS-CoV-2 virus has ripped away the band-aids and revealed gaping festering wounds in our economy. And these Fed policies are only papering over the holes.

What does the future hold?

If you’ve been listening to us, we’ve been warning of a major crisis on the horizon.

But we’ve also given you the blueprint for not only surviving, but ensuring that you thrive and prosper in the new economy.

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  • Is this really so? “For every additional government dollar spent there is an additional private dollar taken.  All the stimulus to the spending recipients is matched on a dollar-for-dollar basis every minute of every day by a depressant placed on the people who pay for these transfers.  Or as a student of the dismal science might say, the total income effects of additional government spending always sum to zero.” [sic] – Arthur B. Laffer Or is it that it is not zero sum but negative sum?

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