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Notes From Underground: We Were At It Again

Tonight I am posting today’s Santelli and Harris exchange (click on the image at the end of the post). (It is with gratitude that I thank Rick and his wonderful producer Lesley McKeigue for they keep providing me a with a platform to express views that are based on almost 40 of trading experience.) The Santelli Exchange has allowed me to meet and share views with some of the most respected minds in the financial community: Art Cashin, Jim Bianco and the list continues to go on and grow. 572 more words

Fed

The Serfs Have Rebelled…Europe Next?

By Alasdair Macleod – Re-Blogged From http://www.Silver-Phoenix500.com

Hayek’s The Road to Serfdom described how personal freedoms are progressively eroded by the state in the name of the common good. 1,387 more words

GDP & Employment

[해외기사요약] 일본은 그들의 통화정책 실험을 그만둘 것인가

by Noah Smith

일본의 통화정책 실험이 끝을 보이고 있고, 이 결과는 중앙은행에 대한 세상의 인식을 바꿀 수도 있다. 최근 BOJ는 가능한 모든 조치를 취했음에도 2% 물가상승률은 요원하며 재정정책이 필요하다는 리포트를 발간했다. 24 more words

Featured

EUR/JPY

Last Friday, there seemed to be much movement in JPY pairs, felt like it was slightly oversold just after the post elections, and anyway, BOJ does not intend to do any easing in the near term. 155 more words

We’re All Hedge Funds Now, Part 4

By John Rubino – Re-Blogged From Dollar Collapse

Central Banks Become World’s Biggest Stock Speculators

At first, the idea of central banks intervening in the equity markets was probably seen even by its fans as a temporary measure. 1,187 more words

Monetary Policy

Yield Curve Control – the road to infinite QE

Macro Letter – No 65 – 11-11-2016

Yield Curve Control – the road to infinite QE

  • The BoJ unveiled their latest unconventional monetary policy on 21st September…
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Q3 GDP Growth was Hogwash

By Michael Pento – Re-Blogged From http://www.PentoPort.com

Since most everyone is focused on the upcoming US elections, many investors may not have had the time to peel back the onion on the third quarter US GDP report. 735 more words

GDP & Employment