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Bank of America's Forecast Of When The Fed Will Crash The Market

Earlier today we reported that Bank of America's chief strategist Michael Harnett made two stunning (if perfectly obvious) revelations for a person, who stands to potentially lose his job if he dares to publicize the truth, which is precisely what he did when he said that i) "central banks have exacerbated inequality via Wall St inflation & Main St deflation" and ii) it is "no longer politically acceptable to stoke Wall St bubble; two ways to cure inequality.
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