Impact of the USD on the Financial Markets | Outlook for 2022

Here is an early post of today’s Youtube video:

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  1. GOT says:

    I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas! Thank you all for being part of this amazing community

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  2. Rory Wallace says:

    Thanks Peter. Here’s to a very profitable new year!!

  3. LB_NYC says:

    Marry Christmas. I like the views on the video. Can we compare money supply in other countries vs. US? I feel when ever the global volatility is high. USD always gets a push higher.

  4. Bart says:

    That’s original analysis.

  5. CaptainSlow says:

    Thanks Peter.

  6. Remi Bouteille says:

    Hey Peter – I am having difficulty cross checking one of your inputs. @ per the below, what I find online is the reverse of what you assume RE 2022 US budget deficit – absolute and relative to 2021. Can yo help me reconcile ASAP? Thx

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    1. Remi Bouteille says:

      “Specifically, the deficit would fall from $3.7 trillion in FY 2021 to $1.8 trillion in 2022 and $1.3 trillion by 2027 before rising to $1.6 trillion by 2031. As a share of GDP, the deficit would fall from 16.7 percent of GDP in FY 2021 to a low of 4.2 percent of GDP in 2029 before growing to 4.7 percent of GDP by 2031.”

      1. Remi Bouteille says:

        …not even close…..

  7. niceuser says:

    See also:
    https://www.cbo.gov/publication/57339
    The projected deficit is supposed to shrink steadily over the next few years…

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  8. Wanderisor says:

    Maybe an update with the correct deficit number?

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  9. Marcin Michalak says:

    Hi Peter, thanks for the video. Like other members, I am also curious about the deficit numbers for FY22 as according to the published paper it should fall from $3.7T in FY21 to $1.8T in FY22 and will continue to fall in subsequent years.

    Thanks in advance for clarification!

    Marcin

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  10. PratN says:

    @gameoftrades.net Pls clarify on questions above on DXY outlook. Is deficit going to raise or come down in 2022 ?

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