Thursday, March 7, 2024

Flow of Funds Review The Invisible Hand Is Warning Us

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 Flow of Funds (FOF) section produces the Federal Reserve Board's quarterly Financial Accounts of the United States, a comprehensive set of accounts that includes detail on the assets and liabilities of households, businesses, governments, and financial institutions. The computer uses the FOF to define macro trends, and better understand the flow of capital within the world's core economy.

The FOF holds a lot of secrets if you know where to look. One of them is the allocation between real estate and corporate equities as a percentage of total assets of all households in the United States. Something highly unusual is going on.

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