Paul van Eeden, founder of Cranberry Capital, explains why the money supply created by the US Federal Reserve, doesn't necessarily boost the gold price.
You can view this week’s taper as the Federal Reserve takes its foot off the accelerator for a moment. But Yellen has a lead foot. There’s danger on the road ahead.
The Federal Reserve is busy doing everything in its power to get credit (that is, debt) growing again so that we can get back to what it considers to be ‘normal’...
In my opinion The Great Credit Contraction has confounded many an economist. Deflating the credit bubble is deflating the economy...
If interest rates stay low, odds are stock prices will keep going up. And right now money is flowing into dividend stocks…especially stocks that have shown a willingness to pay out higher dividends.
This is by far the clearest explanation in his own words - of how Ben Bernanke thinks the Federal Reserve can promote growth through words and QE...
The theory is, ‘Surely with this much money being added to the system, higher inflation must soon appear on the horizon?’
The ‘end’ of QE might just be the thing that ensures it remains a part of the financial lexicon for years to come.
How markets react over the next few days will be very interesting. I have to say, I’m surprised by Ben Bernanke’s comments that the US economy is healing.
Bluffs, double bluffs, and forced tells regarding the Federal Reserve’s next move have the power to bulldoze fundamentals and turn all global markets on a dime.