Correct, central banks will continue to attempt to inject liquidity into the sluggish market but the long term effects of this activity aren't bullish. The general strategy of being able to arbitrage between the banks rate of interest and safe dividend assets will close when the upward trend of inflation and volatility of the US debt situation further degrade the international rating of the US economy and close the gap on the arbitrage. The money you are going to be getting back just won't be worth enough. I would say that there are really only about 3 years of solid arbitrage opportunity left in leveraging cheap money vs. higher returning dividend assets. It is better in the long run to learn price action trading and start to develop a sound recession proof business that generates cash. This is one of the only true, long term hedges against inflation. Just my opinion.