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Zero hedge article on financial system

Back in winter when i had more time to read about various things i was pulling together various ideas i had about Keynesian economics, indicators such as GDP that dont mean much really, and excess money being made available.

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This article pulls things together and kind of makes my disjointed points fall into line. The very last paragraph about owning physical assets is something i commented on last month, it was not something i read about but rather what i thought would be the logical solution should things go south. There seems to be a greater interest in buyers playing the commodity markets recently driving up values, perhaps it is grass roots beleif in these items being undervalued but i suspect more to do with investors looking for somewhere new to put money until they decide there is no more upside and they all pull out to put it somewhere else.

So yes, another pessimistic article but for those who care to read such things out of curiosity then it is worth the time. I still take the position that people making policy dont really know what they are doing so have sit back and watch what happens as years go by.

Next big known possible market mover coming up is the vote on Britain staying in the EU in June.

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