Elvis Presley was the King. Whenever he jumped on stage and got “all shook up” the World took notice. His kind of shaking was fun for everyone.
On the other hand, American President Kennedy and Soviet Premier Khrushchev didn’t quite get to shake the World, but they certainly forced the World to hold its breath over a tense 13 days. Unlike the King’s version, this kind of shaking wasn’t fun for anyone.
Meanwhile, in September 2012 the World’s central bank super powers are at it once again. This time however, the orchestrated shaking is intended to provide the best of both Worlds – fun for everyone who chooses to play along with the money printing schemes, and not so much fun for those who recognise the stress it is creating throughout the World’s financial system.
To fully appreciate this current shaking, one must first understand the simple law of diminishing returns.
SlideShare / IceCap Asset Management – via Iframely
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IceCap-Asset-Management-Limited-Global-Markets September 2012