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Inflation report triggers monetarists and they sell.

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Next Fed move, another hike?

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Next Fed move, another hike?
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.

14 comments

  1. MMT zombies 🧟‍♀️ keep buying 😂

  2. Mike what's your view on the yield curve? You keep ignoring it despite the fact after 153 months after initial inversion recessions often start.

    • @jeffreyklein8922

      He mocked the idea. He previously mentioned that he thought it was outdated economics – that this sort of analysis may have applied to fixed-exchange/gold standard regimes, but not in any modern economic paradigm. I think I agree with him

  3. Thank you Mike! Dodge n weave.

  4. @dannywindham3295

    Mike thank you for what you do. Can't say i'm a fan of larry scummer's One of the architects of the 2008 financial crisis. Or the financial fraud crisis.

  5. two chains 🎉

  6. Long government spending pipeline ahead. Inflation will run, rates have to go up. Powell has eluded to this.

  7. @Griffintheelder

    Mike advocating for hyper inflation. Rates to zero and inflation magically goes away. Sure

  8. @sailorforlifebestti3366

    Mike, it may not be a good idea to speak in binary terms like the monetarists do. In other words, to say something like "raising rates is the reason for the inflation" ; because they will bring out antidotes about house prices rise during a low interest rate eras. We have to be careful. Warren is always careful in that sense

  9. @cryptoniteclark

    Last year, I explained to someone the concept of higher rates adding to inflation, and gave Japan as an example of low rates and low inflation, despite it importing the vast majority of its energy. They said that it was because of the reducing and ageing population. What are your thoughts?

  10. @scaramouche8244

    I am sure the generation before these guys would agree with how thigs are being done.

  11. They're a cult, easy

  12. who would buy bonds if rate =0

  13. Why is april 15 tax drain shouldn't it be beginning of the year?

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