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Every “Record” Dow Jones Point Costs $200 Million In Federal Debt

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Zero Hedge
March 9, 2013

The past week brought us history: on Tuesday, GETCO and Citadel’s HFT algos were used by the Primary Dealers and the Fed to send the Dow Jones to all time highs, subsequently pushing it to new all time highs every single day of the week, and higher on 8 of the past 9 days: a 5ish sigma event. But there is never such a thing as a free lunch. And here is the invoice: in the past 5 days alone, total Federal Debt rose from$16.640 trillion to $16.701 trillion as of moments ago: an increase of $61 billion in five days, amounting to $198,697,068 for every of the 307 Dow Jones Industrial Average points “gained” this week. Because remember: US debt is the asset that allows the Fed to engage in monetization and as a result, hand over trillions in fungible reserves to banks… mostly foreign banks.

From Debt to the Penny:

Every Record Dow Jones Point Costs $200 Million In Federal Debt total%20debt

The good news is that debt is no longer and issue, and only the level of the stock market matters. Because if the wealth effect at $16.7 trillion and a record DJIA is staggering, just wait until the Obama administration takes the debt to $22 trillion in under 4 years.

At that point, nobody will have ever ever have had more money. Sadly, at some point, all that money will be used to buy a loaf of bread….

This article was posted: Saturday, March 9, 2013 at 8:05 am





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