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Quantitative Easing – A Case Study in the Limitations of Monetary Policy

As you might guess, add me to the list of hind-sighters looking back and calling Quantitative Easing a failed policy. The idea and intentions were good, but any objective observer can only conclude that this has been a perfect case … Continue reading

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The Financial Markets Are Crazy

Readers will note I have been hunkered down in my bunker – but that hasn’t kept me from keeping up to date with financial markets. As you will no doubt agree – they simply have gone crazy. The grand concept … Continue reading

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The Impact of Federal Reserve Quantitative Easing

The impact of Federal Reserve quantitative easing in 2010-2011, like many economically stimulative programs, is hard to measure. What we can we say about the most recently completed round of stimulus really can only be based on what the expectations … Continue reading

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