The Mother Of All Bubbles?

Now, more than 50 months into the so-called economic “recovery,” one would expect all those trillions of dollars thrown at the U.S. economy to effect robust growth. But as you can surmise by the startling statistics I just covered above, there has been very little improvement in the U.S. economy. However, the stock market has roared like never before, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average up 140% since March of 2009.

The easy money policies of our central bank have been a boon to big banks and Wall Street more than anything else. The disparity between the U.S. economy and the stock market has never been so great.

Today, easy money is still on the table and optimism towards the stock market is near a record high. Dear reader, another great bubble has been created. Yes, the stock market, it’s become a huge bubble. And when this one bursts, it won’t be pretty.

This article is brought to you courtesy of Michael Lombardi from Profit Confidential.

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