Aberrant Central Banks

In a report to be presented on Wednesday June 17 in London, the Official Monetary and Financial Institutions Forum (OMFIF) will reveal that central banks are increasingly investing in the stock market and that they will most likely continue to do it in the future. "A cluster of central banking investors has become major players on world equity … Continue reading Aberrant Central Banks

4 April 2013 TYR reads

Helicopter QE will never be reversed @ The Telegraph Ambrose Evans-Pritchard hints at what the nature of the end-game of this monetary era might be...and it is printing money...forever. With an apparently neutral style and quoting potentially apocalyptic outcomes if permanent money printing by Central Banks is not considered ( "A breakdown of the global trading … Continue reading 4 April 2013 TYR reads

Bitcoin a virtual currency that defies the NWO

Bitcoin the emerging monetary phenomenon created by a pseudonymous Satoshi Nakamoto in 2009 is no longer a joke, but a potential real threat to the neofeudal NWO whose visible components are the western Central Banks, from the Federal Reserve (FED) , to the European Central Bank (ECB), to the Bank of Japan (BoJ), to the … Continue reading Bitcoin a virtual currency that defies the NWO

Make nominal spending the new target? We hope not.

In the January 2 2013 edition of the Financial Times Mr. Scott Summer, economics professor at Bentley University, publishes an article titled Make nominal spending the new target, where he argues for the revolutionary, and increasingly MSM-pushed idea of making Nominal GDP Targeting (NGDPT) the official policy of central banks in most western countries. This policy … Continue reading Make nominal spending the new target? We hope not.

TYR 4 October 2012 reads

Spanish Prisoners @ NYT The catalan secessionist movement has sound economic, cultural and historical roots. It should be respected. In all aspects but name, Catalonia is a colony of Spain. Chart Of The Day: The Rise Of Global Central Planning @ Zerohedge It starts like this..."there was a time when the world had (somewhat) free markets.". The … Continue reading TYR 4 October 2012 reads