Category Archives: QE

50-Year Veteran – This Global Crisis Is Incredibly Dangerous And More Western Government Theft Is On The Way

With continued uncertainty in global markets, today a 50-year market veteran warned King World News that people should not believe the Western mainstream media because this crisis has now become incredibly dangerous.  He also discussed the coming theft of people’s money by Western governments. John Embry:  “I must say that the current news in virtually all areas Read More

Richard Russell – The “Bear Market In Gold Is Over!” As Desperate Fed May Usher In QE4 And A World Of Hyperinflation

As people continue to digest breaking news out of Greece and around the world, the Godfather of newsletter writers, 90-year-old Richard Russell, announced that the “bear market in gold is over!”  Russell also covered everything from a desperate Fed ushering in QE4, to global hyperinflation, the California drought and coming Great Depression-style work programs. Richard Russell: “The latest data Read More

Hedge Fund Legend Julian Robertson Warns Of A “Complete Explosion” Unless Fed Contains “Boiling, Bubble” Market

Legendary hedge fund manager Julian Robertson, who has been conspicuously absent from CNBC in recent months, spoke with Fox Business’ Maria Bartiromo about his take on markets. He was hardly bullish, which may explain his absence from the cadre of CNBC bubble cheerleaders. Robertson (in addition to some generic comments on the weather impacting the Read More

50-Year Veteran Warns A Huge Game-Changer Is About To Strike

With stock markets weaker across the globe, today a 50-year market veteran warned King World News that a huge game-changer is about to strike. He also discussed the truth about what is really happening around the world. John Embry: “Yesterday we saw a surge in stocks and a smash in gold. The interesting thing was Read More

As Major Cracks Appear In The Global Financial System, It’s Everyone, Every Currency And Every Central Bank For Itself

By John Ing of Maison Placements March 24 (King World News) – Much is made of America’s economy becoming one of the fastest growing economies in the world. It is all relative. Debt has grown even faster. The US dollar too has soared relative to other currencies, thanks in part to a relatively better economic Read More

If Everything Is So ‘Awesome’, Why The Alarms Over A Rate Hike Of 25 bps?

by Wall Street Journal • February 18, 2015 By OMID MALEKAN at The Wall Street Journal Imagine you have a serious illness and have been taking medication that was supposed to cure you long ago. After being on the maximum dosage for years you start to feel better, so you ask your doctor if you Read More

Will China Be the Next Forex Peg to Break?

January 19, 2015 By Craig Stephen HONG KONG (MarketWatch) — The surprise move by Switzerland to scrap its currency ceiling against the euro last week is a reminder there can be unexpected collateral damage from central banks waging currency wars. As markets digest last week’s turmoil, expect focus to turn to other fault lines on the Read More

Here We Go: Yen Goes Parabolic, Begins to Hyperinflate

The Japanese yen is now collapsing. If the yen goes “super-nova” – i.e. collapses – it could bring down the U.S. The U.S. QE/Keynesian Ponzi scheme relies on Japan to help keep the scheme together. The yen is beginning to hyperinflate and it is now entering “parabolic” mode. First, this will cause the Japanese banks Read More

Does This Look Like A Housing Recovery To You?

By Michael Snyder, on October 28th, 2014 We just learned that the homeownership rate in the United States has fallen to the lowest level in 19 years. But of course this is not a new trend. As you will see in this article, the homeownership rate in the United States has been in a continual Read More

QE Might Be a ‘Toxic Legacy’ Poisoning America – Financial Times

By John Morgan Uneasiness is mounting about what some analysts view as a “toxic legacy” left behind by the Federal Reserve’s unprecedented quantitative easing (QE) program and the towering debt it is leaving behind. When the Fed unveiled its ultra-easy monetary policies 2008, the aim was to spawn so much liquidity that investors would be Read More