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Corrupt Or Just Stupid? Markets Hand Corporations An Unlimited Credit Card

By John Rubino – Re-Blogged From Dollar Collapse

In the sound money community it’s generally understood that abandoning the last vestige of the gold standard in 1971 gave major countries effectively-unlimited credit cards – which corrupted them irredeemably. 1,209 more words

GDP & Employment

Disappointed market

“At present, nobody quite knows where Japan is going with its monetary policy.”

memos of Bloomberg reports on BOJ’s announsment today

Disappointed market

Today BOJ plans to pump 2.7 trillion yen a year more into stocks and continue to expand the monetary base by an annual 80 trillion yen government bond buying, then… 538 more words

Scary roller coaster ride on BOJ monetary policy decision

How much you have paid the ticket for this ride? Well, if you traded USD/JPY or JPY with other currencies last night, you have certainly paid this ride too much, right!? 93 more words

Technical Analysis

Nikkei Crashes 500 point after BOJ kept Rates Unchanged

Nikkei, Japan’s benchmark Index declined almost 500 points this morning after BOJ kept its much awaited stimulus and rates unchanged. Bank of Japan turned all heads when it declared its decision to keep the rates unchanged. 164 more words

Notes From Underground: FOMC,BOJ, GDP ... It's All Alphabet Soup to Me

On Wednesday, the FOMC left its interest rate policy in tact as it awaits more data before deciding to change interest rates. The FOMC statement wanted to reflect some underlying hawkishness but the market is reticent to accept the veracity of Fed releases. 694 more words


Don't Buy The SPX Hope Rally!

By Chris Vermeulen – Re-Blogged From http://www.Gold-Eagle.com

All bubbles burst; the question is when? Quantitate Easing (QE) is much like an addiction. One needs more and more to get the initial effect. 1,455 more words

GDP & Employment

Gold and silver react to US Fed & BoJ

Gold Today –Gold closed in New York at $1,341.40 on Wednesday after Tuesday’s close at $1,319.80.  

Independent Analyis