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Is the FED broken? Some random thoughts.

Is the FED  (Federal Reserve System) broken? If not broken then certainly being strongly tested, as this piece shows to me: The Fed Is Searching for a New Framework. 281 more words

Economics

GREENSPAN: The US cannot afford to spend on infrastructure like it wants to because it's not on the gold standard | 02/16/17 | Markets Insider

(Source: markets.businessinsider.com)

REUTERS

Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan has again defended the gold standard monetary system that the US dropped in the 1930s.  304 more words

Money Matters

Gold The "Ultimate Insurance Policy" as "Grave Concerns About Euro" - Greenspan 

Source: Gold Core, by Mark O’Byrne

“The eurozone isn’t working …” warns Greenspan

“I view gold as the primary global currency” said Greenspan

“Significant increases in inflation will ultimately increase the price of gold” 381 more words

REAL Money

GREENSPAN: The US cannot afford to spend on infrastructure like it wants to because it's not on the gold standard | 02/16/17 | Markets Insider

(Source: markets.businessinsider.com)

REUTERS

Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan has again defended the gold standard monetary system that the US dropped in the 1930s.  304 more words

Money Matters

The Three Lives Of Alan Greenspan

By John Rubino – Re-Blogged From Dollar Collapse

When the history of these times is written, former Fed Chair Alan Greenspan will be one of the major villains, but also one of the greatest mysteries. 947 more words

Monetary Policy

ALAN GREENSPAN: 'The eurozone is not working'

(Source: www.businessinsider.sg)

Former Federal Reserve chairman Alan Greenspan has a dire warning for Europe. Simply put: “The eurozone isn’t working.”

Speaking in an interview in the February issue of “Gold Investor” 344 more words

Money Matters

GREENSPAN: The US cannot afford to spend on infrastructure like it wants to because it's not on the gold standard | 02/16/17 | Markets Insider

(Source: markets.businessinsider.com)

REUTERS

Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan has again defended the gold standard monetary system that the US dropped in the 1930s.  304 more words

Money Matters