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18547448 No.18547448 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

Everyone seems to think that printing money HAS to be bad for economy, as if there is some ratio of Money Printed : Inflation Increased. But what if there is a certain rate of printing money where the benefit of the printed money is optimal and the inflation goes up minimally? For example:

P = Printing money rate
I = Inflation incurred

So say it is generally excepted that Px = Ix. That is the general ratio. However, what if I told you there is a certain rate of money printing that will make this ratio be P(2x) = I(1.2x) So yeah, we can print money at 2x the rate but inflation will only increase 1.2x. This is speculation, guessing, trying to understand what is the entire fucking economy of a country/of the world, but you can't fit this into an equation or predict any of this. The fact is here is no way Px = 1x. My argument is that you can always print money so fucking fast, blazingly fast, that inflation will have a hard time catching up. Print money to FUCKING INFINITY, MAKE THE MONEY PRINTING OUTRUN INFLATION. $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

This is the first step to making Heaven on Earth.

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>>18547448
>Everyone seems to think that printing money HAS to be bad for economy
only on /biz/ and /r/wallstreetbets
>But what if there is a certain rate of printing money where the benefit of the printed money is optimal and the inflation goes up minimally?
yes. low inflation is good. it encourages investing and lending. theres a reason why all states for mild inflation. only /biz/ is so fucking dull that it thinks any inflation is bad.
on a semi-related note: /biz/ doesnt understand that the Fed printed $2 trillion because the great danger facing us is a deflationary spiral. that's what will happen with the shutdown if the Fed does nothing. a deflationary spiral is the worst outcome; its what could turn this recession into the Second Great Depression.
>So say it is generally excepted that Px = Ix. That is the general ratio. However, what if I told you there is a certain rate of money printing that will make this ratio be P(2x) = I(1.2x) So yeah, we can print money at 2x the rate but inflation will only increase 1.2x. This is speculation, guessing, trying to understand what is the entire fucking economy of a country/of the world, but you can't fit this into an equation or predict any of this. The fact is here is no way Px = 1x. My argument is that you can always print money so fucking fast, blazingly fast, that inflation will have a hard time catching up. Print money to FUCKING INFINITY, MAKE THE MONEY PRINTING OUTRUN INFLATION. $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
Whatever you're trying to say, you should stop trying to say it

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