Tuesday, March 21, 2023

Flow of Funds Review #Debt #Economy #Confidence #Gold #Silver #Bitcoin - Biggest Stock Market Bubble of All Time?

Flow of Funds
The Financial Accounts of the United States provides data to analyze the flow of funds and levels of financial assets and liabilities, by sector and financial instrument; full balance sheets, including net worth, for households and nonprofit organizations, nonfinancial corporate businesses, and nonfinancial noncorporate businesses. The Flow of Funds (FOF) report tracks borrowing, lending, and investment across businesses, households, non-profits, various levels of government, and farming to recognize trends in economic and financial performance, capital flows, and long duration cycles.  The computer studies it to time long-term inflection points.

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The Special Report, a series of videos that discuss cycles and intermarket flows for stocks, extend the discussion. The Internet has been pushing 2008 as a trading analog of 2022. Should investors be worried by the comparison? While similarities exist, they're missing an important comparison point—the public's commitment to stocks.

The computer tracks the Flow of Funds Report as a means to understand the long-term risks behind the trends. If the public was ALL-IN (bet it all in poker) stocks in 2022, similar to 2008, the Flow of Funds Report will should show a similar preference for corporate equities.  Corporate equities as a percentage of total assets would show similar concentrations.

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