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Dangerous Markets - Signs, Signs, Eveywhere A Sign

Authored by Lance Roberts via RealInvestmentAdvice.com, Last week, I noted: “I have a sneaky suspicion that when I update the Fed Balance Sheet reinvestment analysis next week, shown below, we are going to find a substantial, well-timed, reinvestment by the Central Bank. Wanna bet?” Well, here is the updated chart of the 4-week net change to the Fed’s balance sheet. As you can see, reinvestments have, once again, returned to the market in a very “timely” fashion.
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