May 27 2009

U.S. Dollar Only Down 2 Percent for the Year. Since the Crisis Started in August of 2007, the U.S. Dollar is Unchanged. Yet the Dollar is Down 33 Percent Since the Start of the Decade. The Currency Race to the Bottom.

People have a hard time grasping that given the tumultuous market of 2009 and all the liquidity being funneled into the market by the U.S. Treasury and Federal Reserve, that the U.S. Dollar has only fallen 2 percent for the year.  What is even more surprising to many is the U.S. Dollar has remained unchanged […]

May 21 2009

U.S. Treasury and Federal Reserve. Federal Reserve holding over $2 trillion in the Darkest Balance Sheet in Financial History.

The U.S. Treasury and the Federal Reserve have arguably two of the least transparent balance sheets known to humankind.  This wouldn’t be such a big issue if the amount of money funneled into these organizations was small.  That is not the case.  The Federal Reserve since October of 2008 has held on its balance sheet […]

May 19 2009

Alan Greenspan on $100,000 White-collar Comedy Tour: Quantitative Easing and Changing our Economic and Financial Language.

Alan Greenspan continues his White-collar $100,000 speaking fee comedy tour in which he tells the audience that he had nothing to do with the housing bubble.  Those expecting to see a mea culpa concert from the former Fed Chairman are going to be waiting for a very long time.  According to the majestic maestro, a […]

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