The Big Easy. While at the Barron’s Conference in early March, our team payed close attention to this theme.
What is The Big Easy?
It’s the term referred to the process where global central banks are flooding the economic system with liquidity– buying bonds, keeping interest rates low.
The U.S. (the Fed), ECB, Bank of Japan, Bank of England, and Swiss National Bank are all global banks considered to be a part of this.
Take a listen to Money Matters (Hour 1) to hear how this affects your investments and how countries like Japan are “inflating away their debt”.