In my opinion there isn't anything about the Federal Reserve that is right, but at long last, Yellen has publicly admitted it in regard to inflation and employment. Shocking, apparently now the data is all wrong!
Obviously its way deeper than that.
I believe that means we can expect the stocks to go higher and the dollar will have less purchasing power. But, that the value of gold and silver will go up, and that crude oil will go higher! The Fed admitting they got it wrong will effect all of the markets. And, I think we will see even bigger distortions.
It will be interesting to see how mainstream financial talking heads are going to spins this.
I think this is the biggest thing we have heard in a long, long time.
by Ari Lamstein 4 years ago
What is the difference between monetary policy and fiscal policy?I hear these two terms thrown around quite a bit in the news, but I'm not sure how they're different. Are they the same thing?
by lady_love158 7 years ago
http://www.americanthinker.com/2011/03/ … tiger.htmlI am just amazed at how liberals believe democrats are for the middle class! Yes they are all about protecting us from corporate greed... but what about government greed? Who is protecting us from them?
by myvoternation 7 years ago
Today's question: Do you believe Federal Reserve Chariman Ben Bernanke's monetary policy will cause inflation?Let's debate...**If you want, you can also post responses here on myvoternation site
by Moderndayslave 6 years ago
This is just One reason we need to end the Fed. http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=pl … dd4selSYE0
by Grace Marguerite Williams 6 years ago
Election time is nearer and nearer. It is time now for President's Obama assessment. What grade you give President Obama so far? Please detail what grade you would give and why?
by Jack Lee 18 months ago
Equal odds that the GDP will be better or worst...than projected...in the future.Thanks for that forward guidance.Spoken like a true politician.Where does she get her training? In Vegas?Is she qualified to run the Fed?
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