Oct 29 2013

What is the Federal Reserve’s end goal? Follow the money and you will find no intention of tapering, out of control public debt, and financial steroids for stocks. Fed balance sheet up $55 billion in one week.

The Federal Reserve is known for producing convoluted and purposely hard to decipher messages.  The media is driven by what the Federal Reserve says but fails to analyze what is truly happening.  The Fed is driving in a car with no brakes.  This is clear given that the Fed balance sheet increased by $55 billion […]

Sep 3 2013

To taper, or not to taper. Not the question if you are the Fed: Austerity intact while Fed balance sheet continues to expand.

The Federal Reserve has hinted at slowing down its Quantitative Easing machinery but that might face some challenges as the stock market experienced one of its worst months in over a year.  This is not to say that the Fed should respond to the stock market when it sneezes but it makes it more unlikely […]

Jul 24 2013

The uneasiness of Quantitative Easing: How QE is ineffective with helping the broader economy in favor of boosting support for too big to fail banks.

Quantitative Easing outside of economic and financial circles is a mystery to most of the public.  In fact, start talking about the Federal Reserve and eyes will glaze over as if you were speaking in tongues.  The financial sector counts on the public being ignorant of such things.  That is why the failure of QE […]

Jul 11 2013

The debt reckoning has arrived: Total debt owed now approaches $60 trillion while Fed wrestles with interest rate confidence game.

Some people may be oblivious to the recent historical interest rate moves being experienced in the bond markets.  Many on Wall Street probably assumed that the Fed had an unlimited ability to pull the wool over the eyes of the American public.  Yet the reaction with interest rates concludes an interesting chapter in American central […]

Jun 20 2013

The Fed has built a financial pyramid based on unsustainable low rates. How the Fed is running out of economic curtains to hide behind when it comes to monetary policy.

The markets are pulling back dramatically because the Fed sneezed.  The Fed essentially said they would begin tapering off their experiments in quantitative easing by pulling back their bond purchases from $85 billion a month to $65 billion.  That is it.  Not a shocking revelation.  So why then are the markets plunging on this news?  […]

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