On mainstream news sites, these terms are always presented in a good light
-expanding the balance sheet
What these things essentially mean in simple terms are as follows.
-dropping money directly into the accounts of usurers
-stocks rise in price but not necessarily in value
-the expected rate of return on house flipping (buying cheap houses and selling them for up to 500% markup)
The persisting finance dogma – Trickle down economics.
This is the way that money flows presently.
Central banks>government>banks & megacorporations>loans>wage slavery>back to banks & megacorporations>back to government>back to central banks.
This supposedly creates “money velocity” – the false impression that the economy is somehow functioning properly.
Covid 19 stimulus (and things similar to it).
Now imagine if the money flowed like this instead:
Central banks>government>income assistance, stimulus checks (on top of wages and salaries earned)>retailers & suppliers & manufacturers>taxes>back to government>back to…
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