Covid-19 is NOT A TYPICAL crisis at all. Average Americans are receiving helicopter checks, and small businesses are getting federal aid WITH MORE ON THE WAY. The Federal Reserve has CHANGED EVERYTHING by going all-in to save corporate America.

This is not a meltdown scenario, since Washington and the Federal Reserve are BUYING UP and PROPPING UP the fair-market value of businesses and equities, but it COULD TURN into one.

The credit system is just proving that it CAN’T EXIST without cyclical bailouts; it’s simply not built to last.

It has only served the wealthy, and CAUSED nothing but pain and sorrow for those who don’t have access to banking tools.

It created one club for the elite and one slum for the rest of humanity, and until the masses fully wake up to this, the system will keep walking all over them.

The oil industry is CARRYING THE WEIGHT right now and because oil is the most politicized commodity in the world, a RESOLUTION better come quickly or we risk a GEOPOLITICAL event.

Nobody wants to see war brewing, but we’ve also crossed several red lines, which I believe will prove fatal in the months and years ahead.

The Federal Reserve has changed the business landscape forever.

We have MADE IT impossible for real crises to play themselves out and CLEAN the bad investors from the good ones.

In the next crisis, investors EXPECTING the Federal Reserve to be active and CUTTING INTEREST RATES is out of the question, so what are they going to do, if their balance sheet is already 12% of GDP?

I’m going to provide a MEGA-UPDATE, after going through all the details of how a barrel of oil PLUMMETED by -300% in one day!

I expect President Trump to buy BOATLOADS, pun-intended, for oil for America’s reserves.

Best Regards,

Tom Beck
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