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During the "Castle in the Sky" TV screening there were 25,088 tweets per second, the most ever.
A very dangerous idea is becoming mainstream: That any and all public spending is good and when stimulus plans fail to deliver all you have to do is spend more. All we hear is: 1) It was not enough 2) This time will be different 3) Repeat https://t.co/yO1a709iIA
"First, money is aggressively printed with the excuse that “there is no inflation.” When inflation rises, central banks and governments tell us that it is “transitory” or due to “multicausal” effects." ~ @dlacalle_IA via @mises https://t.co/WpgE0hGscN
@dlacalle_IA Pathetic criticism of money printing. The fact that eating food sometimes leads to food poisoning is not a good argument against eating food.
Pathetic analogy. "Eating food" does not sometimes lead to food poisoning. Producing poor quality food or storing it unsafely leads to food poisoning. Causality. Producing bad monetary policy or artificially depressing yields leads to inflation and inequality. Causality. https://t.co/fIgPCqoqDi
Yield curve control. Bond yields do not reflect inflationary pressures the same way as the yield curve does not reflect the risk of recession anymore because both are artificially depressed by central banks. Correlation in bond yields vs the central bank balance sheets. https://t.co/q5Bzv3qaKC