Look, I know, I know. Before you guys bash me out in the comments below, hear me out. Now we all know about the Helicopter money the Printing press keeps giving out, but it is getting more evident as each day passes by, as the markets press higher and higher, as the auto industry get's weaker and weaker and as out debt grows forevermore. I mean, Americans are now paying off debt with debt! (Which btw sound completely benign!). This isn't some prediction about a correction, but sort of an axiomatic event that may occur in the future. Now, let's begin. It’s 2020. Do the fundamentals even matter anymore? Will the mathematically impossible to pay back debt ever be an issue? Can the can really be kicked down the road forever? Or have we reached a permanently high plateau? These are questions for CNBC and and the growing number of gurus to answer. In the meantime, we can look at what happened in 2019 to make it the most ridiculous year in financial market history. 2020 is a very important year. Not only because it is the beginning of the decade, but because it is election year. Funds are now restricting withdrawls, and setting up Provisional gates. Just my thoughts.