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Stock Market Bubble Created by Fed Policies

The 2008 meltdown was largely created by Federal Reserve policies. Since the latter part of the 1990s, previous Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan turned on the spigot of easy money any time there was even minor economic downturns. 672 more words

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Where is Housing Headed?

After a huge run-up in prices last year and a good start in 2014, the market has cooled dramatically in July. We read a lot about how hard it is to qualify for a loan, jobs aren’t really coming back, the market is over priced and a myriad of other negative views toward housing. 240 more words

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How to Increase Growth and Decrease Inequality at the Same Time!

The Department of Commerce has just reported basic economic data for the second quarter of 2014.  As the chart below shows, the economy gradually lost steam from 2004 – 2008, sunk badly in 2008 and 2009, and has now grown at a slow but steady rate of about 2% during the period 2010 – 2014. 322 more words

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Biểu đồ dài hạn 3: Markets Since The Dawn Of Civilization

Chúng ta đã coi thị trường Mĩ kể từ khi độc lập và thị trường phương Tây từ thời Trung cổ; giờ thì chúng ta xem thị trường cách đây 5000 năm của tỉ giá và thị trường hàng hóa. 13 more words

Phân Tích Thị Trường

Biểu đồ dài hạn 1: American Markets Since Independence

Đôi khi, có lẽ là quá thường xuyên; nhà đầu tư, nhà giao dịch, nhà kinh tế học và các phương tiện truyền thông quên đi cả khu rừng và chỉ thấy một vài cây trong rừng. 82 more words

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Treasuries erased losses after 10-year yields touched a three-week high before the July jobs

Treasuries erased losses after 10-year yields touched a three-week high before the July jobs report tomorrow that is forecast to show a sixth-straight month of 200,000-plus gains. 1,349 more words

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Fed Tunes Into Yellen Still Playing Labor-Market Blues - P.G. Catranis

The Federal Reserve’s policy committee has tuned into Chair Janet Yellen’s beat on the U.S. labor market, and it’s still playing the blues.

The Federal Open Market Committee’s policy statement yesterday diminished the unemployment rate as a measure of progress toward its full-employment goal, saying… 1,392 more words

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