QE4 Fails To Jingle Our Bells

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Latest stimulus falls flat; loans dry up despite liquidity


4 Comments for “QE4 Fails To Jingle Our Bells”

  1. lorin yakiwchuk

    Merry Christmas to all;
    Could you please comment on the article(sept 24 th) that Brian Milner from the Globe and Mail ,titled “Financial repression and the panic of 2015″ how some economists are saying that financial repression is a concerted effort to keep real interest rates below the level of inflation in order to reduce mountains of public debt and keep the costs of funding under some level of control.

    I am sure your listners would be interested in understanding the process,and also how to address this for investors.

  2. Bill Hutchison

    Another great discussion on what is going on Danielle.
    I’m glad that you don’t think that the world will end in 2013.
    Looking foward to your views in 2013!

  3. Hi Danielle – I particularly liked your reply to Phil’s statement about Fed heads pumping more and more money into the system without any good results.
    ” they do not know another trick ” …. ” they have cut interest rates to zero and the system is now plugged up ”
    Incidentally, are you a little more favourable about gold now that Goldman Sach’s has told their clients to sell? You know that they lowered their 12-month price target from $1,940 to $1,800 per ounce.
    No surprise to me that “smart money” looks at the Goldman Sachs’ announcement as an early
    Christmas present.
    Cheers and Merry Christmas.

  4. Johnny Ancich

    I wonder what Randy Elvis Frisky invests in.

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