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Real Crash 2014
SNB Takes Snap From The Fed And Markets Run With The Ball
  • Negative deposit rates in Switzerland send U.S. stocks up 420 points.
  • Two-day Wall Street rally over 700 points on nothing but Central Bank inflation
  • Swiss move triggers QE speculation and higher gold prices
  • Janet Yellen merely suggested the economy is strong enough to raise rates in the future
  • Meanwhile, economy is slowest since last February
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July 3, 2014
Peter talks about the collapse of the US dollar, the Federal Reserve, Euroclear, and much, much more.
Tim in Salisbury, NC
I’m currently in the forex market and have been positioning myself for the inevitable collapse of the US dollar. In your opinion, what is the best currency to buy against the USD?

Hernan in Monterrey, Mexico
What do you think will happen to the Mexican peso when the US dollar collapses?

Curtis in Edmonton, Canada
Since the Federal Reserve is made up of a bunch of private banks and they currently hold trillions in U.S. Treasuries, and since the banks and the Federal Reserve are responsible for this financial mess, why don't American taxpayers just default on the treasuries held by the Fed? Treasuries held by Japan and China would not be affected,...Read More
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Fed Statement Stretches
Fed Statement Stretches "Considerable" Considerably
Apparently Bill Clinton, the man who helped us ponder what the meaning of "is" is, now writes statements for the Federal Reserve. With the economic statistics apparently painting a rosy economic picture (In my opinion: ignoring the more numerous data points evidencing the opposite), I feel the majority of observers believed that the Fed would finally remove its promise to hold rates at zero for "a considerable time." Instead, Janet Yellen (and those dwindling numbers of FOMC who did not dissent) decided to change it by not changing it. Essentially they signaled their intention to turn the monetary page in these terms, "although we are not saying now that we intend to hold rates at zero for a considerable time, we agree with our prior statements that we will do just that." They also said that they will be "patient" in implementing this new policy, which really isn't new at all.
 
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