This Mysterious Document Reveals Why The Fed Just Shocked Everyone…

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  • @brotherlance2781 says:

    Thumb it Up for Brother George!!

  • @shuikai272 says:

    If you want the price of your shares to go up just print more money!!

  • @voidisyinyangvoidisyinyang885 says:

    4.3% for a treasury rate is still way higher than what it was for decades!!

  • @cheaplaughkennedy2318 says:

    Excellent episode 👍

  • @aaronnewkirk7085 says:

    BEST video of the YEAR!!! Thanks George!

  • @gregmartin3456 says:

    BTFP was to provide liquidity for banks who experienced deposit flight so that they did not have to recognize losses on USTs. I wonder if they banks are now experiencing losses on their loan portfolios and now using BTFP in a manner to loan/sell what you can because auto, commercial estate and other loans are impaired and un-sellable.

  • @naoumhalamoutis1960 says:

    How money’s value is manipulated is a scam. I would like the ability to revalue my savings higher too.

  • @tomfollmer2582 says:

    It’s a rigged system

  • @MgtowRubicon says:

    The FED is assessing that the economy is far more damaged than they admit.

  • @leonidas953 says:

    Great video George. Also note that these banks bought these bonds using leverage. That means that the total is at least 30x what we see. I’m betting the Fed extends the BTFP come March 12th 2024.

  • @paultrouskie1825 says:

    What happened to George’s lawsuit against the Federal Reserve?

  • @nickgutierrez4536 says:

    Fantastic work George 👏 well explained. Thank you

  • @ijgdr9141 says:

    Great content George. Daniela Di Martino also makes an interesting point regarding liquidity and the election cycle. Once the Reverse Repo liquidity gets fully drawn, Treasury auctions will really start draining more liquidity out of the system. So far, Treasury auctions have been a net wash, as the banks have used the liquidity parked at the Fed under the Reverse Repo to buy these Treasuries (you can chart the inverse of the Reverse Repo balances against the Treasury account balances to see what I mean). Unless the Fed keeps the BTFP open by ballooning it way beyond what we have seen so far (BTFP flows are tiny compared to Reverse Repo), or the Fed starts increasing its balance sheet with Treasuries, liquidity tightness will become extreme (and things will really, really break). Don’t count on fiscal stimulus this time, as Congress will not approve any form of helicopter money before the elections. At the current rate of decline, the Reverse Repo could be fully drawn by as early as the first week of February. That’s a very long, long way until November.

    • @crazyinvestor5987 says:

      BTFP or fed balance sheet will start to increase faster than all you bears can imagine

    • @ijgdr9141 says:

      @@crazyinvestor5987 Yup, that’s very likely how it will play out……and would mark the very end of the Fed’s credibility. The Fed Put will be as dependable as the sun rising every morning, to be enjoyed with a daily dose of your favorite “Inflation” coffee blend.

    • @Ambassador_Gkar says:

      Also remember that Powell is on record stating the reverse repo has served it’s function, & is being intentionally drained. If you believe that, I’ve got a near new bridge, in Crimea, I can sell you.

    • @charlesoleary3066 says:

      @@Ambassador_Gkarhow much do you want for it 😂

  • @stephensuter7242 says:

    Appreciate all this information! I learn so much!

  • @craigcolbourn8351 says:

    👍🏻👍🏻Another amazing vid!!
    Well done George. Charts and data collection were very well presented. Thorough insight!

  • @peterurbanski7840 says:

    Nothing transcends a pickle the markets are in more than George’s sarcastic chuckle

  • @Iamrahulchawla says:

    @George is it possible that the BTFP ticked up because more money is moving into assets since the Fed indicated rate cuts?

  • @ryanosmond9178 says:

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  • @Fortuitous14U says:

    Question: Could it be that due to the drop in rates, the treasuries the Fed is holding in the BTFD program have simply increased in value and the banks are not actually taking more loans? JB

  • @rsollecito5947 says:

    George, thank you for your humor. It’s appreciated when looking at the situation US economy is in. I love the way you back up your opinions with charts/stats.

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