Comment: The money supply equals the National debt.

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The money supply equals the National debt.

The money supply double apx every 7.6 years starting at $4 Billion in 1914 ending up at apx $17 Trillion today. Easily checked with a spreadsheet.

Assuming the $1.4 Trillion is correct and adding the 2 Trillion in excess reserves banks are holding, I wonder where the other 13.6 Trillion are hidden.

Would a $13.6 Trillion error affect your position?

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