The Israel Deception

Is the return of Israel in the 20th century truly a work of God, or is it a result of a cosmic chess move to deceive the elect by the adversary?

Showing posts with label qe4. Show all posts
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Wednesday, July 6, 2016

Gold nears $1400 per ounce as gold soars beyond post-Brexit high

Gold prices have recovered from recent pullbacks and consolidations to be just $30 from $1400 per ounce, and higher than its $100+ move following the UK's Brexit vote.

Prices appear to be moving up as bond yields collapse in the U.S. Treasury and go negative in many European markets.  In fact, bond yields in Switzerland are now completely negative going out to the next 50 years.

Brexit is a sideshow to the world economy, and gold remains an important asset in any portfolio, says Marc Faber, editor of the Gloom, Doom and Boom Report. 
Brexit is a sideshow to the world economy, which began weakening the end of 2014, according to Marc Faber, editor of Gloom, Doom and Boom Report. 
In an interview with CNBC on June 28, Faber cited as evidence the strong performance of Treasury bonds, saying “over the last 12 months U.S. long-term Treasuries are up 20%, and they are up 15% year to date.” 
Faber believes that the British vote to leave the EU could lead to more quantitative easing. “Brexit will give a perfect excuse to the Federal Reserve not to increase interest rates and be most likely to launch QE4,” he said, adding that such a movement could give a boost to stock markets. 
But long term, Faber believes all investors should hold some gold, calling it a “no brainer” in an environment of money printing. 
“Is gold near term overbought? Yes, it is,” Faber said. “But longer term, I think every investor should have some cash, which he would keep in yen or in dollars or in euros, and should have some of this cash in gold.” - Streetwise

Monday, September 28, 2015

Okun’s Razor: How can the Fed ever raise rates with real unemployment over 12%

There is one sure thing about central banks and government agencies… neither one will ever do the right thing.  And when the propaganda we have been getting for more than a decade from both the Fed and the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) suddenly was shattered 10 days ago when Janet Yellen chose not to raise interest rates, the reality of believing in false models and manipulated data revealed itself like a Black Swan.
Which brings us to an economic model known as Okun’s Law, which says that for every one point increase in the cyclical unemployment rate, two percentage points of negative growth in real GDP are experienced.

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Monday, August 31, 2015

Bankster economist who called for an end to cash now calls for global QE4

It is incredibly funny when you realize that most market projections are determined by banks and economists who have a monetary interest in the outcome of their own analysis.  From the forecasting of quarterly earnings for individual stocks, to telling the Federal Reserve how they should perform monetary policy, the casino known as Wall Street is simply a segregated environment where 1%ers vie with other 1%ers to manipulate outcomes based on their own for or against betting patterns.
Thus it should come as no surprise that the once again fail Chief Economist from Citigroup is ratcheting up his rhetoric, and where at a meeting for the Council on Foreign Relations he suggested it is time for central banks around the world to rev up the helicopter and start a new round of Quantitative Easing to stave off the coming economic crash.

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Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Fed President cites need for QE4 even before QE3 is finished

If there ever was validated proof that the entire financial system was reliant upon, and held together solely by central bank money printing, today was absolute confirmation.  On Oct. 14, San Francisco Fed President John Williams stated that a new round of QE (4, 5, 6?) would be needed once again should inflation benchmarks not be reached in the economy in the coming weeks.  And most notably, with oil, stock, and bond prices collapsing at incredible speeds, any form of Quantitative Easing needed to address asset deflation would make the bailouts of 2008 appear to be like the spare change one might give a beggar on a street corner in Manhattan.



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