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Category Archives: bernanke

Here’s Why Janet Yellen Is a Revolutionary Hero

suremoneyinvestor.com / LEE ADLER / October 11, 2017 Financial media pundits have been breathlessly speculating lately about who the next Fed Chair will be. Will it be Yellen again? Will it be Cohn? Will it be Warsh? Or will it be somebody else? I have a pretty good idea, and if I were handicapping this race, I’d […]

Here Is Another Take On The Plunge In Silver, When The Mighty Are Fallen And Bernanke’s Arrogance

kingworldnews.com / May 02, 2017 On the heels of the Dow hanging around the 21,000 level, the U.S. Dollar Index near 99, and the gold market trying to regain its footing, here is another take on the plunge in silver, when the mighty are fallen and Bernanke’s arrogance. By Bill Fleckenstein President Of Fleckenstein Capital May 2 (King World […]

Death Valley Snowballs and Fiat Currencies

deviantinvestor.com / by Gary Christenson / March 29, 2017 Keep it simple! Snowballs have a short life expectancy in Death Valley. Fiat currencies, backed by credit and debt, survive longer than snowballs in Death Valley, but history shows all fiat currencies are inflated into worthlessness and eventually die. “U.S. dollars have value only to the extent that […]

Coming Soon: Trumped! (Part 6. Government Entitlements—–The Sixth Biggest Economy On Earth

davidstockmanscontracorner.com / by David Stockman / July 28, 2016 Government Entitlements—Sixth Biggest Economy On Earth ……..Because the main street economy is failing, the nation’s entitlement rolls have exploded. About 110 million citizens now receive some form of means tested benefits. When social security is included, more than 160 million citizens get checks from Washington. The total cost is […]

Japan’s Lemming Syndrone

davidstockmanscontracorner.com / By Michael Pento / July 25, 2016 The financial world is buzzing about former Fed chairman Ben Bernanke’s recent trip to Japan, where he advised Japan’s central bank chief Haruhiko Kuroda on how to manage his nation out of multi-decades of stagnant growth. Channeling economist Milton Friedman, Bernanke warned that Japan was vulnerable to perpetual […]

US Futures, Global Markets Storm Higher As More Details Emerge About Japan’s “Helicopter Money”

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Jul 14, 2016 The global meltup continues with the S&P set to open at new all time highs, some 20 points higher from yesterday’s close, however the driver for the latest rally is not so much the imminent BOE announcement which is expected to cut rates by 25 bps from 0.50%, […]

Bernanke recommended ‘helicopter money’ option to Japan

gata.org / By Toru Fujioka and Keiko Ujikane / Thursday, July 14, 2016 Ben S. Bernanke, who met Japanese leaders in Tokyo this week, had floated the idea of perpetual bonds during earlier discussions in Washington with one of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s key advisers. Etsuro Honda, who has emerged as a matchmaker for Abe in corralling […]

How Fed ‘Stimulus’ Strengthens Deflation

rickackerman.com / Rick Ackerman / March 17, 2016, 5:01 pm EST While doubts are rising about central banks actions, there is still residual complacency, lack of awareness of the potential dangers of the current policy path and, more importantly, not enough efforts to articulate a more promising alternative. Central banks purchases of public and private debt titles were […]

Suing the FED for FRAUD – Is it Time?

tfmetalsreport.com / By California Lawyer / March 11, 2016 at 8:30 pm Why this post? From time to time it comes up that someone thinks that the FED has debased the currency, which is fraud and theft, and therefore thinks it is a good idea to lawyer-up and sue the FED or its mouthpieces such as Ben Bernanke, […]

Expanded Version: The Us Economy Has Not Recovered and Will Not Recover

paulcraigroberts.org / Paul Craig Roberts / February 18, 2016 The US economy died when middle class jobs were offshored and when the financial system was deregulated. Jobs offshoring benefitted Wall Street, corporate executives, and shareholders, because lower labor and compliance costs resulted in higher profits. These profits flowed through to shareholders in the form of capital gains […]