The End of Cheap Money and Cheap Loans

The Federal Reserve is pouring money into the markets and it is swinging the markets. There are $4.16 trillion of funds in the Fed and the GDP is only $20 trillion. Flooding the economy is a stimulus for the economy, but it has meant that we have become to expect and rely on low interest loans and money. Has it become too dangerous to take the country off its intravenous drip of cheap money?

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    commented 2024-02-01 02:42:49 -0500
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