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The vapid pronouncement of “patience” provoked delirium in the markets, with record advances to new oxygen-thin heights.
Behind all this ceremonial hugger-mugger lurks the dark suspicion that the Federal Reserve has no idea what’s actually going on, and no idea what it’s doing. Yellen and her collegial eminences have engineered a very elaborate rationale for doing nothing. They have succeeded via their dial-tweaking interventions in destroying the agency of markets so that nobody can tell the difference anymore between prices and wishes.
The rot is spreading from the margins to the center.
In a world of oxidizing paper obligations, the paper dollar is hardly a fortress but more like a stack of empty foil-wrapped boxes displayed in the concourse of a shopping mall scheduled for closure as soon as the holiday is concluded. The security guard is still awaiting his previous paycheck and is out drinking by the dumpster.
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Counsel “patience” as it might, other institutions and the people running them may run out of patience with it and start running for cover.
At this stage, the two major parties have discredited themselves so thoroughly that a necrotic stink wafts around the election of ’16. Why does Donald look every week more and more like a lurching Golem? Their leaders range the decks like wailing revenants.
My guess is that a lot of things have busted wide open there, and we just don’t know about it yet, like fissures working deep below the surface around a caldera.
This Federal Reserve is running on the final fumes of its credibility.
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anet Yellen and her Federal Reserve board of augurers might as well have spilled a bucket of goat entrails down the steps of the mysterious Eccles Building as they parsed, sliced, and diced the ramifications in altering their prior declaration of “a considerable period” (that is, before raising interest rates), vis-à-vis the simpler new imperative, “patience,” with its moral overburden of public censure aimed at those too eager for clarity — that is to say, the assurance that the Fed will not pull the plug on their life-support drip of funny money for the racketeering operation that banking has become.