Societal Acrimony Fueled by Hunger Index and Commodity Minsky Meltup
This week's podcast discusses how Fed policy has fueled the commodity price bubble.
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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Editor's Note: This was originally posted on Radio Free Wall Street.
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