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Experience the Magic of Unconventional Instruments

LiesBy MN Gordon

Economic Prism

One of the pleasures of living in a postmodern world is witnessing the incoherent monetary policy efforts of central bankers. It’s like watching a child chase seagulls at the beach. There’s a lot of movement with no purpose or accomplishment.

Nonetheless, observing the central bankers of the world go about their business makes one unsettling thing clear. They are making it up as they go. They have no intelligible principle…except to recklessly inflate the money supply to fight off the economic boogeymen of unemployment, deflation, and falling asset prices.

Just think of all the fun you’d be missing out on if you were born at practically any other period of human history? Zero interest rate policy. Operation (Read More....)

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Sarah Palin Publicly Criticizes The Quantitative Easing Policy Of The Federal Reserve

Most U.S. politicians have usually been very careful to avoid publicly criticizing the Federal Reserve, but perhaps that is changing. According to prepared remarks published on The National Review website, Sarah Palin believes that the Federal Reserve has made a fundamental error by initiating a new round of quantitative easing.  So will this be the beginning of a new trend?  Will more Republican candidates start to feel free to openly criticize the Fed?  The truth is that somebody needs to start demanding that the folks over at the Fed be held accountable.  They are literally running the U.S. financial system into the ground.  The following is a copy of Palin’s recent remarks about the Fed….

I’m deeply concerned about the Federal Reserve’s plans to buy up anywhere from $600 billion to as much as $1 trillion of government securities. The technical term for it is “quantitative (Read More....)

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Quantitative Easing 2010: The Moment Of Decision Cometh

Federal Reserve officials will meet on November 2nd and 3rd, and what they will decide at that meeting will have a very immediate, and very dramatic, impact on financial markets across the world. For weeks, top Federal Reserve officials have been making public statements that have contained hints that they plan to initiate another round of quantitative easing by the end of 2010.  Based on those hints, the U.S. dollar has been tanking and the stock market has been moving up. Most investors seem convinced that this new round of quantitative easing will mean more inflation but that it will also get the U.S. economy moving in a positive direction again.

But just how in the world did we get to this point?

Well, for most of the the Federal Reserve’s history, there have been two primary ways to “stimulate” the economy.

The first is for the federal government to spend more money on (Read More....)

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