Dallas Fed President Fisher – Market Drop Won’t Impact Taper Decision

Dallas Fed President Richard Fisher- on Tapering QE Buy Silver Online “Everyone has a plan until they get punched in the mouth” Former World Heavy Weight Champion Mike Tyson Dallas Fed President Richard Fisher, an outspoken critic of quantitative easing (QE), said today that the Federal Reserve is focused on how the “real” economy is Read More →

Another Reason To Raise The Debt Ceiling

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How a Stock Market Crash Will End the Economic Recovery

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What Happens When the Stock Market Crashes? The stock market is holding up the economic recovery. A crash will end it. Real Estate News “Things derive their being and nature by mutual dependence and are nothing in themselves.” – Nagarjuna, Indian Buddhist Philosopher A Stock Market Crash Would End the Housing and Economic Recovery The Read More →

Obama Announces MyRA – Retirement Savings Accounts

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Obmama Announces myRA Retirement Savings Accounts That’s why, tomorrow, I will direct the Treasury to create a new way for working Americans to start their own retirement savings: MyRA… MyRA guarantees a decent return with no risk of losing what you put in . President Obama – State of the Union Address 2014. How to Read More →

HSBC Limits Withdrawals – Are Banks Safe Places to Keep Your Money?

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Predatory Pricing Should Be Legal

Predatory Pricing Should Predatory Pricing be Legal? Predatory pricing may be deemed illegal under U.S. antitrust laws. But shouldn’t be. It has been argued that predatory pricing should be an illegal strategy. Predatory pricing, however, results in lower prices for consumers. Competitors may be harmed, but the consumer benefits. For anti competitive behavior to be Read More →

How Germany and China Could Mess Up the Fed’s Taper Plans

How Germany and China May Throw off the Fed’s Taper Plans Podcast Summary: 0:00-3:00 Intro Will The Fed Taper?/Germany’s Gold and Manipulation 3:00-6:54 Will the Fed continue to taper next week? Louis notes that even with another taper the current QE represents a massive increase in the amount of money printed. Louis predicts some sort Read More →

How QE Causes Millennials and Senior Citizens to Compete for Jobs

QE Causes Millennials and Senior Citizens to Compete For Jobs Millennials, Senior Citizen and The Federal Reserve See also Millennials: Not Part of the Club Yet Podcast Summary: 0:00-2:45 Intro 2:45-4:25 Review of what the Fed Presidents are saying. 4:25-9:30-How the Fed communicates their position to control interest rates and the dollar; why the Fed Read More →

Millennials: Not Part of The Club Yet

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Millennials: Not Part of the Club Many millennials are saddled with crushing student loan debt,are unemployed or underemployed and are unable to purchases homes of their own. The culprit? Quantitative Easing. Check out the Smaulgld Gold Buying Guide Check out the Smaulgld Silver Buying Guide “You know, a lot of people say, this is just Read More →

The Fed Starts Talking About its Exit From QE

The Fed Talks About Ending QE Here they go again! Outgoing Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke, Incoming Fed Chair Janet Yellen, and a few regional Fed Presidents have been making the rounds explaining their recent decision to taper quantitative easing (QE) – the Fed’s $85 billion a month bond buying program. The theme from the Read More →