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In his most recent video, Charles brilliantly delivers a thorough explanation of Asset Inflation and it’s devastating impact on the economy.

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What is inflation and what is asset inflation?

By Charles Biderman

Inflation and Asset Inflation are two different results. Charles brilliant defines the difference and delivers a clear understanding of how Asset Inflation is created.

Wealth Inequality & money printing

By Charles Biderman

In this video Charles describes how creating more government debt, on top of more debt - through money printing - funnels down into a gaping disparity between wealthy and middle-class households.

Recent Articles

Authoritarianism is Dying

The pandemic poses significant challenges to democracy and the rule of law. Meanwhile, authoritarian systems are experiencing an upsurge. But this is only a temporary trend, because thanks to the power of free markets, we are inexorably heading towards global prosperity.

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Pump & Dump

New government funding is likely to bubble up stocks further. That means the risk of a market crash in the coming year is rising. Investors should be especially careful in the month of April when several hundred billion Dollars in capital gains taxes are due.

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Black Swan Getting Ready to Fly

Suckers Market: There are increasing signs that the stock market boom is nearing its peak. Retail investors are speculating wildly with options and believe that they cannot lose money with stocks. At the same time, companies are throwing more and more stocks onto the market. A sure recipe for a crash.

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Fake News

by Charles Biderman,
published in THE MARKET, 29.10.2019

Why is anyone surprised America has a «Fake News» President? After all, we already have a global fake economy and a fake stock market.

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Don’t Fight The Virus

by Charles Biderman,
published in THE MARKET, 31.08.2020
What that means today is that the Federal Reserve, the US central bank, can increase or decrease the amount of money available to buy financial assets and increase or decrease the cost of money via changing interest rates. More money at lower interest rates creates higher stock prices. Less or even the same amount of money plus higher interest rates creates lower stock prices.

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