Japan is the model for success under QE, I’ve heard countless times. It’s odd though because the economy is slowly but surely rotting away as the intervention gets worse and worse. If the economy was in good condition, there would be absolutely no need for this. That’s not the case now, is it? All central banks have decided to sacrifice their currencies in order to keep their Ponzi schemes going longer. This should be interesting.
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