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Explaining today: the behavior of a schizophrenic madman. (Investors.)

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It's not just investors that are psychotic, but central banks and the whole entire failed dogma of monetarism. Not worth explaining, but I give it a try. Trade and invest using the concepts of MMT. Get a 30-day free trial to MMT Trader. https://www.pitbulleconomics.com/ Mike Norman Twitter https://twitter.com/mikenorman Mike Norman Economics: https://mikenormaneconomics.blogspot.com/

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It's not just investors that are psychotic, but central banks and the whole entire failed dogma of monetarism. Not worth explaining, but I give it a try.



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Mike Norman
Mike Norman is an economist and veteran trader whose career has spanned over 30 years on Wall Street. He is a former member and trader on the CME, NYMEX, COMEX and NYFE and he managed money for one of the largest hedge funds and ran a prop trading desk for Credit Suisse.

22 comments

  1. Mike the market is never wrong. You're wrong. Just once would be refreshing to hear you say "ya I got this completely wrong." instead of all the loud inflammatory jibberish about the "monetarists" 🙄

  2. If anyone has a grip on this, Mike does!

  3. Great video Mike! Keep on, keeping on!

  4. great vid Oh my gosh Mike you and Jeremy Siegel should get together lol

  5. You can't intervene in markets abruptly this is ridiculous. The markets were working

  6. It's a big hoax Mike and they are in full control of it.

  7. Great explanation Mike! Loved it!

  8. Mike what you say about stocks decline does not make any sense. Price is formed at the margin, it is not like the entire outstanding shares are traded for cash. If the price of the company collapse (especially the high flyers, for example, one of your favorite: Tesla) does not mean that the equivalent amount of notional value lost moved into cash or other assets, that is ridiculous. I also find questionable your real estate example…if prices go down does not mean that the wealth of non owners goes up.

  9. Finance & Economics

    Without a doubt, failed strategies on display. Different ideas with a willingness to take the necessary steps to restore market integrity are needed.

  10. Hey Mike. I started buying bonds few weeks ago. What's your opinion on 10 year bonds?

  11. Haven't this Mike this rallied up in a while. Time to sell

  12. Smells like someone wants people to sell at the bottom they have created with all this bad news…

  13. 0:22 LMAO mikey, chill bro

  14. Their wiping the board before introducing the global dig currency . . yep ! There all doin' it !

  15. I'm totally with you Mike that raising interest rates is not the way to solve rising inflation. What about lowering interest rates? Does that solve rising inflation or just tame it?

    • Mike has no idea what he's talking about. When he compares second and third world country's currency to the USD, the reserve currency, he doesn't get what's happening because he's so hard headed and thinks he can't be wrong so he just doubles down with nonsense.

  16. After watching this video, I feel I have a total new perspective on economics. Makes a lot of sense to me now.

  17. Premium Toned Coins

    My full time job is trading grain futures and options. I’m not going to pretend to understand the economy. But what I do know is price action and order flow. If 99% of the market participants believe in “monetarism” and trade according to those views, they will move markets further and deeper than you think is logical. “Markets stay irrational longer…” I love watching your videos daily. I just think fighting against this is temporarily wrong.

  18. Mike where is your cowboy hat

  19. this is the most frustrated you have been

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