It is widely expected that the Federal Reserve is going to announce the end of quantitative easing this week.
Will this represent a major turning point for the stock market?
As you will see below, since 2008 stocks have risen dramatically throughout every stage of quantitative easing.
But when the various phases of quantitative easing have ended, stocks have always responded by declining substantially.
The only thing that caused stocks to eventually start rising again was a new round of quantitative easing.
Most Americans don’t even understand what derivatives are, but when the next great financial crisis strikes we are going to be hearing a whole lot about them.
The big banks have transformed Wall Street into the biggest casino in the history of the planet, and there is no way that this is going to end well.
A great collapse is coming. It is just a matter of time.