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40% of all USD in existence was printed in the last 450 days.


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The fed is printing so much because in a sense they're fighting deflation. Over time were getting less and less economic growth from each new dollar created. This means we have to print more and more

If the Fed hadn’t printed all the new money, we would already be in another Great Depression. Inflation and deflation seems to move slowly but just because glaciers move slowly doesn’t mean there isn’

The fed is printing so much because in a sense they're fighting deflation. Over time were getting less and less economic growth from each new dollar created. This means we have to print more and more to prop the economy up. But the economy needs propping up because of a deflationary environment which is highly problematic in a debt based economy. The problem is they have to keep printing to keep their debt system alive but at some point there's too many dollars and we get hyperinflation. The dollar as the world reserve currency is why confidence in the dollar remains and the fed can keep printing.

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