There are few things more frustrating than to be stuck in a bear market for years on end.
As long as the Fed, markets and stocks are all right, the world’s economy will still be a ticking time bomb.
But with a new round of stimulus from the Federal Reserve, the Fed’s ability to prop up the economy with cheap money has been on the mend.
It’s just not going to last.
What are the odds of a new bubble popping and causing another financial disaster?
This article originally appeared on Ars Technic’s Real Estate Weekly.
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