how many of us American understand what QE can do to its economy...?<quoted text>No doubt, the GOP needs to return to fiscal sanity. Boehner has proven inept while new leadership candidates are shunned. Yet pragmatism seems too little, too late.
From my view the public has been manipulated too long and they hunger for truth. Sustainability needs to be the key and that requires a certain amount of ideological purity. We need to hear the status quo is failing, we need to hear we are not, at this time, exceptional.
I have little doubt within the first term of the next President the issue of worlds transactional currency will be on the table. Either by crisis or diplomacy this issue is moving forward rapidly. In the areas of international monetary policy and world trade the type of hard headed conservative we seek for fiscal sanity will most likely be an outside the beltway type. In all fairness getting our best deal in this area is not quite good enough. Just how stubborn and secure in his beliefs is the candidate - this is what I will watch for in the fat man from Jersey, and which bank backs him. I would we not get a chief executive that wants to steer the legislative process, rather the opposite. One that will let the congress suffer their fate and force them to make decisions. Again, an outside the beltway type.
I cant help but wonder........just how many actual humans are actually investing into stocks ? Sure the stock prices rise yet where is the volume, where is the inconsistency of real humans moving the ticker. The whole thing is now banks using algorithms to trade in nano seconds. Sure we have the speculative gypsies and big fund manipulators but what we dont have is real savings pouring into it, just like the housing bubble before it burst. The timing with the inflation of the bond markets is uncanny....almost like QE never ended or tapered, and it didnt. I am buckling up - turbulence ahead
How many will understand , the next big thing, the loose regulation applied to Deriviative, and its implication, way worst than 2008 , it sure put US on pedestal to further fnancial and economic ruins?