"Of course markets stay high with central banks printing huge sums, inflating everything except jobs," he had pointed out in a prior tweet.
And Rupert Murdoch isn't the only "elite" "insider" hinting at something unpleasant down the road if governments continue their spending (which they are doing, unabashedly).
Hedge funder David Einhorn recently opined over at Huffington Post: "I believe that stocks are depressed because there is a pervasive feeling that something awful is going to happen. What is this enormous tail-risk? It's the intersection of reckless fiscal policy with Jelly Donut monetary policy. There is a fear that our Fed Chairman is an academic willing to take great systemic risks in an experiment to prove out his thesis as to how we should have fought the last Great Depression."
And yes, the federal government really has been spending a LOT lately.
CBS News last year reported that the Obama administration has effected "the most rapid increase in the debt under any U.S. president," bringing us more than $4 trillion in fresh public debt since he took office. Is there some top-secret war being waged against an alien species on Mars? Read more....