Post Tagged with: "Treasury bonds"

March 29, 2011 04:05

“Blood in The Streets” As QE2 Could End in April?

Since commodity prices tend to move in unison across the board, there could be some massive selling ahead – the proverbial “Blood in the Streets”, at least for anything commodity related

March 25, 2011 04:23

Peter Schiff calls Fed Chairman Bernanke a liar

Bernanke continues to act as a political puppet as he tries to convince people that there is no inflation while he prints money to buy US debt.

March 22, 2011 09:10

Milton Friedman’s Money Machine

The government is running a $1.6 trillion deficit. Nothing can be done politically to stop this. We are on a runaway train. The main brakes were removed in 1971. The only brake now is that of the bond vigilantes, but the Federal Reserve is the buyer of bonds today, along with Asian central banks. Stockman observed that “the Fed’s QE2 bond purchases have been so massive that it is literally buying Treasury paper in the secondary market almost as fast as new bonds are being issued.”

March 10, 2011 07:14

Should We Be Alarmed That The Biggest Bond Fund In The World Has Dumped All Of Their U.S. Treasury Bonds?

The global addiction to debt is going to have some very, very serious consequences. Instead of moving into a great time of peace and prosperity, everything is about to come falling apart.

February 8, 2011 14:36

U.S. Debt Crisis Could Explode at Anytime says former Treasury Secretary Rubin

Most dangerously, there is a risk of disruption to our bond and currency markets from the fear of much higher interest rates due to future imbalances or from fear of inflation because of efforts to monetize our debt.

January 28, 2011 08:18

Moody’s Says Time Running Out for U.S. as S&P Cuts Japan

Moody’s Investors Service said it may need to place a “negative” outlook on the Aaa rating of U.S. debt sooner than anticipated as the country’s budget deficit widens.

December 10, 2010 07:13

The Fed creates money out of thin air

Understanding how the Fed creates money will help you see why it must be audited and regulated. Why doesn’t the treasury issue the money directly without being forced to pay interest to a cartel of private banks that are being deliberately hidden by the Fed?

November 4, 2010 08:44

Are the White House and the Fed asleep at the wheel?

FBN’s David Asman sounds off on the Fed’s decision to buy $600 billion in securities (debt) and how that will impact you.

November 4, 2010 04:57

Why is the ‘Fed’ so secret and so powerful?

Rep. Ron Paul discusses the outcome and impact of the midterm elections and the power and secrecy of the Federal Reserve. The Federal Reserve just announced another $600 billion purchase of US debt.

June 10, 2010 04:31

America’s Predicament

Our government is like a drug addict who cannot quit, because the dope is too easy to get. Bonds are the dope of the American government. But the price of the dope will eventually rise, since low bond yields will not persist forever. When this happens the addict will go into seizures.