As it is sometimes impossible to follow markets and/or FinTwit (Finance Twitter) on a daily basis. I decided to post a weekly recap of the most interesting, exciting and most debatable charts of my Twitter feed. I also recommend you to read discussions below those charts, very educating and entertaining, thank you very much for your contribution! Enjoy!

1. Credit Card interest rates in the US at the highest levels ever.

https://twitter.com/Amdalleq/status/1210060671552905217


2. Central Banks' gold purchases are on track to set a 50 year high.

https://twitter.com/Amdalleq/status/1210377378939068416


3. The Federal Reserve (US Central Bank) is pumping money into the financial system at the fastest pace since the last financial crisis.

https://twitter.com/Amdalleq/status/1210404780503207936


4. Fed has printed $405.6 billion over the last four months in order to rescue the financial institutions' lending market.

https://twitter.com/Amdalleq/status/1210939368954707968


chart source:
https://fred.stlouisfed.org/series/WALCL

5. Global government debt has reached $69.3 trillion, or 82% of GDP, the highest in human history.

https://twitter.com/Amdalleq/status/1211101403352973313


6. China is a leader of a global boom in surveillance technology.

https://twitter.com/Amdalleq/status/1211404342244233217



7. Gold price decoupling from the value of negative-yielding bonds.

https://twitter.com/Amdalleq/status/1211844984179048448



8. The Fed new liquidity injections called 'Not QE' or 'QE4' boost the US stock market.

https://twitter.com/Amdalleq/status/1211846556334215168


9. US Corporate Debt to GDP ratio has reached its all-time high, while US corporate debt has doubled since 2007.

https://twitter.com/Amdalleq/status/1211851606641135617


10. 50% of US citizens spend more money than they monthly earn.

https://twitter.com/Amdalleq/status/1212293244928741376



Which one is the most shocking or interesting? Drop me a comment. Also if you would like me to continue the series let me know.

Take care.

Seb