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  • buzz60016 buzz60016 Oct 23, 2013 3:05 PM Flag

    Monetization of debt works

    Monetization of debt works - every nation is doing it.
    One benefit of a fiat system.........

    This will continue for a very long time........beyond your children, and their children too.
    Little bear markets will come, and go........thats normal

    When the SHTF......the printing press will solve the problem
    Monetization baby........print baby print.

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    • "" economists, including Janet Yellen, President Obama’s nominee to lead the Fed starting next year, have long argued that a little inflation is particularly valuable when the economy is weak. Rising prices help companies increase profits; rising wages help borrowers repay debts. Inflation also encourages people and businesses to borrow money and spend it more quickly."" NYT Oct. 26

      Buzz, Washington is listening to you. With inflation down to 1.2% this year Yellen will have a lot of work to do. "Inflation needs be pushed up as high as 6 percent a year for a few years after a once-in-a-century financial crisis" Kenneth S. Rogoff

      Bond holders beware

    • How big is Japan's debt ?
      How many zeros in a quadtrillion ?

      The USA is not even close to debt of Japan.......
      There is still a lot of life.......and ability to print our way to prosperity.

      A lot of people are still in cash, not trusting the stock market.
      A lof to sideline money - to fuel the next ralley.

      Many more reverse splits on bearish ETFs to come.

 
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