America’s Tragic Future In One Parabolic Chart

When it comes to forecasting the long-term trajectory of the US economy, things usually get very fuzzy some time after 2020 because, as even the most hardened optimists, the “impartial” Congressional Budget Office have recently admitted, America has atbest 3-4 years before everything falls apart due to the unsustainable demographic crunch that will wallop the US entitlement state as demographics suddenly becomes a four letter word. Beyond that, not even the CBO dares to plot a straight line as to what happens should America not get its fiscal house in order.

Which is why were were very surprised to see none other than Morgan Stanley’s David Greenlaw and Deutsche Bank’s David Hooper release a paper (whose views do “not necessarily reflect those of the institutions with which they are affiliated”) titled “Crunch Time: Fiscal Crises and the Role of Monetary Policy” which is a must read for everyone interested in what very likely will happen to the US as ever more power is handed over by the country’s now terminally malfunctioning fiscal and legislative apparatus to the monetary policy vehicle controlled by the US financial oligarchy.

Since we know that most readers are pressed for time, we will cut to the chase: the following chart shows what according to the authors’ own simulation of the US economy, and not that of the CBO, rates on the 10 Year will look like through 2037. The second chart shows what US debt-to-GDP will be for the next two and a half decades.

The charts need no commentary. Parabola #1 showing the yield on the 10 Year under the authors’ simulation:

And Parabola #2 showing total US debt/GDP:

For those who request at least a little commentary, here it is:…

CONTINUE READING HERE!

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