Chart shows that Fed policy shaped stock market gains over the last 18 years.
In what is a very disturbing trend, the chart posted below created by Stifel shows that starting from the post-World War 2 era stock market gains have coincided with policies set by The Federal Reserve.
When analyzing the data in a historical context it becomes apparent that from the late 90s until present day there’s an obvious pattern of intervention from the Fed which has bumped up the market into a secular bull (a long-term trend that often lasts between 5-25 years).
As it stands, the central bank is a private cartel capable of manipulating monetary policy under a cloak of secrecy – the data presented below ought to be a wake up call to economists worldwide that this system is going to necessitate a complete overhaul after it inevitably collapses.
For more information, check out Sasha Evdakov’s video on stock market manipulation enabled by altering interest rates: