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Tackle Today: I ♥️ Central Banks

January 2, 2020

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« How not to love them? »

Instead of finishing last year on a hopeful note, describing 2019’s journey through pain, fear, and illness and wishing a happy 2020 to everyone out there, #TeamTackle or not, instead of lighting candles and making personal or collective wishes, I’ve decided to write a love letter to my 2019 #1 lover: Central Banks.

No, not the Trade War, Trump impeachment or the Brexit neverending-battle. Not about how I love Steve McQueen in Bullitt or Dean Martin’s voice playing in the turntable but Central Banks and their negative interest rates and negative yields. What a time to be alive!

How not to love Central Banks? With such an abundance of free money with zero or negative interest rates, who would be crazy enough not to use it in unfruitful projects?

Us.

We are inviting the entire #TeamTackle to read the letter, a collection of thoughts on this amazing tool Central Banks are using to spark some life in a dead body.

Before you jump into the collection, however, let me tell you something: we are not trying to convey a negative message in the last newsletter of 2019. Consider it, above all things, a message of encouragement for this year.

Read “I ♥️ Central Banks” on the Trading Justice Podcast HERE and share some love for 2020.

Happy New Year!


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