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The Impulses of Lunar Fed Policy Under Repo Madness

The Fed, through its repo madness program, has supplied financial markets – including big banks like JP Morgan – with mass liquidity. But that’s not all. The Fed’s also supplied financial markets with a highly tenuous assumption: The Fed will never allow the lack of liquidity of a major debtor to become an insolvency crisis that contracts the money supply. This assumption, without question, will be proven false at the worst possible time. Continue reading

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Living On Borrowed Time

Practicality the entirety of Congress now believes that the ability to pay should not limit the ability to promise people whatever they want. There’s no poll of members of Congress to support this assertion. We base it on what they’ve communicated by real, material actions. Continue reading

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How the Fed Robs You of Your Life

The inflation of the money supply, in effect, distorts the prices of goods and services. Subsequent units of a good or service may have a reduced utility, though, over time, their nominal cost increases. This also undermines individual savings…and robs savers – that’s you – of their lives… Continue reading

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Banana Republic Money Debasement In America

There are many falsehoods being perpetuated these days when it comes to money, financial markets, and the economy. But when you cut the chaff, three related facts remain: Uncle Sam needs your money. He needs a lot of your money. And he needs it bad! Continue reading

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