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The Next Stock Market Crash Is Near, And Obama Is Largely To Blame

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Items that have led up to the impending crash: The 2008 real estate crash that took the economy down (caused directly by the Clinton administration by enforcing the Community Reinvestment Act which, under threat of further in-depth investigations by Clinton’s Attorney General Janet Reno, forced lending companies to make loans to risky borrowers, which in turn led to the sub-prime ...

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The Real Value of Gold


You don’t have to be an expert to realize something just isn’t right in the economic world! Peter Schiff and GATA’s Bill Murphy discuss Quantitative Easing, inflation, and the real value of gold! )

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Quantitive Pain

Janet Yellen - The Face of Pain

Ben Bernanke out, Janet Yellen in. But, don’t worry, the same failed fiscal policy will continue chugging along. For those playing catchup, since 2008 the Fed has been using a practice called “Quantitative Easing” or QE. Since the interest rates have already been at or near 0%, it’s the Fed’s way of inflating the money supply. The theory goes that ...

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Dollar slides ahead of Fed meeting outcome

The Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC), the monetary policy-making body of the Federal Reserve, is meeting for the second time in so many days to determine what actions, if any, to take to help America’s flagging economy. Ben Bernanke and the Federal Reserve are largely anticipated to institute another round of Quantitative Easing (QE3) as a means to stimulating the ...

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QE3: Seriously?

Growth of the money supply due to quantitative easing

Quantitative Easing is simply the introduction of money into the economy by a central bank. It has been done twice during the current recession with no positive effects and Ben Bernanke’s Federal Reserve seems ready to launch version three – often referred to as QE3. QE1 QE1 launched on November 25th, 2008 with a Federal Reserve initiated purchase of $500 ...

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