Triple dip? Maybe it is just that Keynesian money-printing, because it destroys the essential information about the time-value of money, actually works exactly in the opposite way it advocates theorize. Maybe Keynesian “stimulus” is actually a depressant of risk-taking. By forcing interest rates far lower than they normally would be, the policy certainly destroys investment and investment income that so many retired people rely on to live.
In fact, I have come to see Keynesian stimulus as embezzlement of private wealth by dilution and fraud.