Inflate, Spend, Print

 

Maria Bonaventura

Mar. 1, 2020

 

The feds stand ready to take on the coronavirus panic. If stocks keep falling, you can count on them to do three things: inflate, spend, and print.

Whether that will halt the stock market correction, our editor doesn’t know. But as he writes in Thursday’s Diary, it’s a fair bet that one thing will go up…

Regards,

Maria Bonaventura
Managing Editor, Bill Bonner’s Diary

 


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