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Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Former Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan says if we went back to a gold standard, the global monetary system would be fine

There is a new adage based off an old one that goes, in the land of negative interest rates, the one without yield is king.  This of course is a reference to our ongoing global fiat currency system that is now at $10 trillion in negative yields and counting, versus gold which intrinsically has no yield unto itself, but protects wealth by never losing purchasing power despite inflation or deflation.

And with the world's central banks at a nexus where they no longer have any options or solutions to stave off an oncoming liquidity and financial crisis, the architect of this system is changing his tune and advocating that the ONLY real solution, and answer to the world's monetary problems is a return to a gold standard.

Former Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan: "If we went back on the gold standard and we adhered to the actual structure of the gold standard as it exited prior to 1913, we'd be fine.  Remember that the period 1870 to 1913 was one of the most aggressive periods economically that we've had in the United States, and that was a golden period of the gold standard.  I'm known as a gold bug and everyone laughs at me, but why do central banks own gold now?" - Zerohedge

Thursday, June 5, 2014

Fed patriarch Paul Volcker says its time for a new Bretton Woods

The original Bretton Woods conference of July 1944 was the primary foundation for the U.S. dollar becoming the global reserve currency during the final stages of World War II.  And while the original charter lasted until 1971 when President Nixon took the dollar off the gold standard, its significance and name has been used as a springboard for any future reserve currency discussions.

On May 21 at the annual meeting of the Bretton Woods Committee, Federal Reserve patriarch and legacy Chairman Paul Volcker was in attendance, and given due respect by current operational members on that committee.  As such, Volcker gave a speech to the committee on markets and financial reform, and in closing, was asked by a member to give a title to his important words.
Volcker’s response: “What About a New Bretton Woods???”


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Tuesday, February 25, 2014

What would you name the book that Chairman Bernanke is writing?

Now that the ‘Printer in Chief’, otherwise known as the former Chairman of the Federal Reserve is retired, the next thing on Ben Bernanke’s agenda is to write and publish a book on his 12 years in office, and to detail the thought processes used during all of the different crises and monetary programs the Fed implemented during his tenure.
In other words, like his predecessor Alan Greenspan, Bernanke wants to spin his culpability and bad decisions in an attempt to rewrite his horrible legacy.
 
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Senile former Fed Chair Alan Greenspan claims bubbles everywhere but U.S. markets

Even though the former Chairman of the Federal Reserve Alan Greenspan is too old to cut the mustard, he seems these days desperate enough to still try to lick the jar.  In a guest appearance on CNBC today, the former head of the U.S. central bank began blaming most financial worries on monetary ‘bubbles’ in foreign markets, while at the same time refuting that the Fed created highs in the Dow, Nasdaq, and S&P are not bubbles at all, but are simply strong economic indicators.


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Monday, September 16, 2013

With Larry Summers dropping out, front runner to lead the Fed has history of missing economic crises

The financial world was hit with a bombshell on Sept. 15, when the surefire front runner to lead the Federal Reserve shockingly pulled out of the race to replace Ben Bernanke at the end of his term.  The candidate who had a 70% chance of becoming the next Fed Chairman was long time financial power broker Larry Summers, and the vacuum he leaves places as the new favorite, a central banker who admitted that she completely missed the warning signs leading up to the 2008 financial meltdown.


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