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Societal Acrimony Fueled by Hunger Index and Commodity Minsky Meltup

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This week's podcast discusses how Fed policy has fueled the commodity price bubble.

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The Wall Street Examiner's Lee Adler, Russ Winter of Winter Watch, and Aaron Krowne of the Mortgage Lender Implode-o-meter focus on the Fed's responsibility for the Minsky Melt-Up in commodities, and the implications of that melt-up as a major turning point fast approaches.

Here's what we covered in Part 1, free to all visitors (31 minutes):

  • Fed driven speculation, not economic expansion, fuels the commodity price bubble
  • Government debt already exceeds Greenspan's limits of serviceability
  • Hunger Index and commodity Minsky Melt-Up, not a desire for democracy, drive societal strife


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Below are the topics covered in Part 2 (for Radio Free Wall Street subscribers only):

  • More on the commodities Minsky Melt-Up
  • Implications to US of coming Nigerian flash point
  • Squatter stimulus diminishing
  • Arguments for and against signs of residential rent increases
  • China's surprise -- Fed says, "In your face, Mother Fletcher!"
  • The Fed's lies and spurious behavior
  • Banks lost money in first quarter
  • What to look for in stock market long term inflection point right now


Editor's Note: This was originally posted on Radio Free Wall Street.


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