With the federal funds rate at 0-.25%, there should be an ocean of liquidity in the US economy. There is not, in the real economy. There is a huge amount of liquidity in the US financial markets, but the real economy is experiencing deflation. My theory is that the federal reserve is printing dollars and sending them abroad to foreign central banks to bail them out of US dollar debt. The fed is also sending money to bail out the largest financial institutions in the US financial system. But the fed is not targeting directly to small businesses, and consumers. Therefore, there is a disparity. The real economy is in a deflationary environment, while the financial markets are in an inflation. So, what will resolve this? This thread is asking for, what will resolve this.