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Category Archives: QE3

QT, Sentiment, And A Bullish Development For Gold & Silver / July 26, 2017 As we near the end of July, it’s all about QT, sentiment and a bullish development for gold and silver. It’s All About QT & Sentiment July 26 (King World News) – Here is what Peter Boockvar noted as the world awaits the next round of monetary madness:  With plenty of hints that QT from […]

Americans Haven’t Been This Positive About The US Economy Since July 2007, But…

Bloomberg’s Consumer Comfort index surged once again this week to its highest since April 2015, but it was the “state of the economy” survey that really soared – breaking to new cycle highs at 42.8 – the highest since July 2007… The last time we saw a surge like this was the post-QE3 “well they […]

SHTFplan: Bottoms Up! Why Gold Is Climbing: “New Bull Market In Precious Metals Will Be Birthed”

Prepare yourself. Buy physical silver and storable food. This article was written Michael Krieger and originally published at his Liberty Blitzkrieg site. Editor’s Comment: Is this gold rally for real? Will precious metals reflect anything near their true worth in a phony inflated market filled with made up numbers and those who would like to […]

Italy, Greece, Financials Crash As European Stocks, Peripheral Bonds Plunge

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. / by Tyler Durden on 01/20/2016 11:45  Led by a broad-based collapse in financial stocks, European markets extended and accelerated their plunge today. Thanks to the increased systemic linkages enforced by The ECB, peripheral sovereign risk is spiking as their […]

“Extreme Carnage in Junk Bonds Markets” Ahead of Federal Reserve Policy Meeting

This article was written by Michael Snyder and originally published at his Economic Collapse Blog. Editor’s Comment: It ain’t over ’til the fat lady sings. No disrespect to Janet Yellen, but she is running the whole show, and has the power to decide when it all ends. Things have a tendency to rise and fall […]

Dow Drops 600 Points From Recent Highs, Gives Up Post-QE3 Gains, Breaks Key Technical Support / by Tyler Durden / 11/13/2015 09:35 The Dow is now down almost 600 points from last week’s bounce highs and has broken notably below its 200-day moving-average. This tumble has erased all the briefly held gains since the end of QE3… SOURCE The post Dow Drops 600 Points From Recent Highs, Gives Up Post-QE3 Gains, Breaks […]

Fed Tightening “Could Have Profoundly Destructive Consequences for Economies”

With fear-driven rhetoric emanating from spooked markets and Wall Street, there are clear signs that the long-rumored rate hike could rock the boat enough to cause worry about capsizing. The Federal Reserve is the 800-pound gorilla in the room. The Behemoth. The Colossus. The Leviathon. Its actions are those of a bloated whale that has […]

“Fed Risks Triggering Panic and Turmoil”: World Bank Warns Against Raising Rates

Could things crumble and crash over a simple rate hike? Many experts say they could, and well, things aren’t so simple after all. With all things being equal, and with respect to the status quo of the powers that be, the current state of affairs appear very …. um, delicate, and rather prone to disaster. […]

“Everyone Preparing for the Wrong Outcome”: Schiff Says QE4 is Coming, Not a Rate Hike!

The printing presses are firing up all over again… err, at least the digital ledgers are, anyway. Financial expert and infamous goldbug Peter Schiff was interviewed by Fox Business from the floor of the U.S. Stock Exchange. Schiff warned viewers that “everyone is preparing for the wrong outcome with the U.S. economy.” That outcome? The […]

Fed Official Admits Zero Interest Rate Undermined Economy: “QE Has Been Ineffective”

Today, with the United States and the globe approaching another financial cliff, officials from the Federal Reserve are beginning to acknowledge the colossal failure of their quantitative easing program that was instituted in the wake of the 2008 economic collapse. The Vice President of the St. Louis Federal Reserve branch stepped out to criticize the […]