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

“… the ongoing assurances of central bank liquidity seem to ensure an eventual crisis beyond the liquidity capacity of central banks”

Doug Noland, one of the few financial analysts that foresaw the 2008 crisis before it happened, this week, in his weekly Credit Bubble Bulletin, "celebrates" the 25th anniversary of the October 1987 crash. The complete article here, some excerpts here: "Portfolio insurance played an important role in the precipitate sell orders that overwhelmed and helped … Continue reading “… the ongoing assurances of central bank liquidity seem to ensure an eventual crisis beyond the liquidity capacity of central banks”

TYR 18 September 2012 reads

Scientific Paper: “The Fukushima Radioactive Plume Contaminated the Entire Northern Hemisphere During a Relatively Short Period of Time” @ Washington's Blog The peer-reviewed scientific journal Science of the Total Environment reports: the Fukushima radioactive plume contaminated the entire Northern Hemisphere during a relatively short period of time. U.S. Household Incomes: A 44-Year Perspective @ DShort Mean Household Income (MHI), … Continue reading TYR 18 September 2012 reads

TYR 9 September 2012 reads

Five Years Since The Great Financial Crisis: "No Growth, No Deleveraging" @ Zerohedge It illustrates the lack of debt deleveraging in developed economies from 2007 until now Diverging like it is 1929 @ Safehaven  Interesting comparison of the divergence of market action and fundamentals today and in 1929 The Repricing of Oil @ Peak Prosperity It shows … Continue reading TYR 9 September 2012 reads