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Posts tagged 'GDP'

To QE or Not to QE? - David Brady (19/09/2019)

By David Brady, CFA 2 months ago 7726 Views 1 comment

Yesterday, the Fed cut rates by 25 basis points and forecast no further rate cuts this year with perhaps one more depending on incoming data and future developments.

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The irresistible allure of Stephanie Kelton and MMT - Peter Diekmeyer (23/04/2019)

By Peter Diekmeyer 7 months ago 5225 Views 2 comments

Americans want free pensions, healthcare, infrastructure and tuition, but refuse to pay more taxes. No problem, says this economist: we can just print the money.

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Is Paul Krugman smarter than a high-school graduate? - Peter Diekmeyer (14/03/2019)

By Peter Diekmeyer 8 months ago 5461 Views No comments

Krugman believes that just a little more borrowing, spending, taxation and money printing will cure America’s ills. Berwick says to buy gold and run for the hills.

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Years of Recklessly Low Interest Rates Causes Inflation to Soar - Nathan McDonald (15/11/2018)

By Nathan McDonald 1 years ago 7850 Views No comments

The stock market has been rising, GDP has been rising, and the rate of unemployment has been steadily dropping.

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The Four Most Dangerous Words In Investing - Dave Kranzler (05/01/2018)

By Dave Kranzler 2 years ago 3596 Views No comments

During this past week, the bullish sentiment of investors continued to soar. A record level of investor bullishness never ends well for the stock market. Speaking of which, there has been an interesting development in the Conference Board’s Consumer Confidence metrics.

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Household Debt At Record Level – Bigger Than China’s GDP (15/8/2017)

By Dave Kranzler 2 years ago 7781 Views No comments

The economy continues to grow weaker despite all of the Fed, Wall St. and media propaganda to the contrary. The economy is growing weaker due to the deteriorating financial condition of the consumer, which is by far the biggest driver of GDP in the United States.

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Gold Manipulation and $1.2 Quadrillion in Derivatives - Rory Hall (1/5/2017)

By Rory Hall 3 years ago 12960 Views No comments

How did we reach this point? Why do these criminals get away with such heinous crimes?

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