Econ on a Monday

Following up on a post from last week regarding the same…

See Zerohedge here.

While the implications for stocks in general are extensive and were previously discussed, it is worth noting that the Israel Monetary Authority now has a big MTM loss on its Apple investment (although as Greece and the ECB have taught us, a central bank can book a “profit” even when a given security is trading at an all time low, and completely irrelevant of what one’s cost basis is). And where Israel is, it is quite certain that other central banks have boldly ventured as well. So how long until the Fed has to open an FX swap line with Tel Aviv to bailout Stanley Fischer in this latest of hare brained schemes to keep the Ponzi system going? And how long until it has to be extended to the nearly 250 hedge funds who are now also long the stock, with the universe of incremental buyers disappearing by the day? What is most stunning is that Apple dipped a modest 3% intraday… Which just happened to be the biggest decline since November 2010.

Uh, oops?

Guys, you do realize that a foreign central bank of a nation who is essentially a global power just took a hit because the new iPad3 announcement (or whatever) didn’t make the street happy, right?

As mentioned before, this is just another bucket in a long line of buckets in which they are trying to dump fiat currency in order to inflate some kind of bubble where there wasn’t one before.

Of course, as with previously disastrous information related to the economy, this will go unnoticed and unreported by any media outlet that is not Zerohedge or a blog. This is akin to the Fed monetizing the debt back in 2008/2009. Only this time, you will see noticeable results in the very short term.

This is some seriously scary excrement.

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