"We've written previously that the H1-2021 global monetary inflation reversal probably won't be a major driver of prices over the balance of this year. This is due to the time it takes for a change in the money-supply growth trend to 'ripple through' the financial markets and the economy. However, unless the Fed and the ECB generate a new monetary tsunami over the next several months, the G2 monetary inflation rate could become low enough by early next year to set off a boom-to-bust transition."
"Liquidity Is Evaporating Even Before Fed Taper Hits Markets"The signal is obscure, but has sent meaningful signs in the past. Roughly speaking, it's the gap between the rates of growth in money supply and gross domestic product, an indicator known to eco-geeks as Marshallian K. It just turned negative for the first time since 2018, meaning GDP is rising faster than the government's M2 account."The shortfall comes from an expanding economy that's quickly depleting the nation's available money. The deficit could become a problem for markets at a time when excess liquidity is seen as underpinning rallies in everything from Bitcoin to meme stocks."