Central Banks Are Now In The Endgame

Then like my dreams they fade and die.”

It will be no different with the current bubbles. They have already flown so high and reached the sky. Just look at central banks’ balance sheets which are now going exponential:

Central bank balance sheets: the central bank endgame

As the graph shows, since the Great Financial Crisis started in 2006, the balance sheets of the four biggest central banks have gone up 6X. Since the current crisis accelerated in 2019, the growth is now EXPLOSIVE!

But it is not just central banks blowing bubbles. Because the whole world has become a bubble:

The central bank endgame ends with a $2 quadrillion endgame

It took 2000 years to reach $100 trillion global debt and most of that is accumulated since 1971. Then 50 years later global debt trebled to $300 trillion.

As you can see in the graph above, I am projecting $2 quadrillion or more in the next 4-9 years. Sounds massive and sensational but the math is simple. If we add unfunded liabilities of at least $200 trillion globally plus total derivatives of at least $1.5 quadrillion, that takes us to $2 quadrillion.

As the derivatives bubble explodes, or rather implodes, in the next few years as we hit the central bank endgame, all that money will be printed by central banks in a futile attempt to save the financial system.

The $2 quadrillion debt bubble will be the central bank endgame

August 15, 1971, was the beginning of the End for the current economic era and currency system.

The Great Financial Crisis in 2006 was the start of the End of the End.

In August 2019 when central banks panicked and stated they would do whatever it takes, the final stage of End of the End started.

In the graph above I have indicated that this very final stage and endgame of our current monetary system will end between 2025 and 2030. The end of a major economic era is of course impossible to forecast.

Normally things take longer than we expect. But when the hyperinflationary central bank endgame starts (followed by a depressionary implosion), things normally happen very quickly. Hyperinflationary periods are typically 2-4 years.

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