Since: Oct 08

Mumbai, India

#696 Apr 23, 2013
bloomberg- TARP Watchdog Says Closely Connected Banks Remain Financial Risk By Ian Katz - Apr 24, 2013
if this is true (which is) all that one can say one day is SHIT not again

Since: Oct 08

Mumbai, India

#700 Apr 28, 2013
UidiotRaceMakeWORLDPEACE wrote:
<quoted text>Still mostly likely coverups, i remember two year ago there over 780 plus US banks gone bankrupted , like 1 to 3 bank failure every week.
lets wait for the SHIT not again once a biggie goes

Since: Oct 08

Mumbai, India

#701 Apr 28, 2013
UidiotRaceMakeWORLDPEACE wrote:
"The Depression [1929] was not accidental. It was a carefully contrived occurrence...."
Louis T. McFadden, Chairman of the U.S. House of Representatives' Banking and Currency Committee, 1932
thats a political response one knows better what was the political executive response then, if politician was so smart then the contours would have been different.
look at west bengal in india today

Since: Oct 08

Mumbai, India

#702 Apr 28, 2013
UidiotRaceMakeWORLDPEACE wrote:
Gold made a big drop from two weeks ago as of USD $ 1700 (+/- 5%) down to in aday or two)$1400 (+/- 5%). the State Texas wants Gold back from US govt! Its a Financial macroeconomic wars on American and state govts... Mostly likely in the US news As the Boston Bombings used as False flag to cover up what really going on, so to divert our attentions what really going on in the economy and markets...
in confederation they only talk. let cyprus offload some gold

Since: Oct 08

Mumbai, India

#705 May 17, 2013
well lot of paeans being sung about abenomics,(well guess to support the other supporters of abenomics, i always thought that was a bandaid and not a cure.
the moot question is does bandaid work on cancer.
maybe the haldiwalla may work :)

Since: Oct 08

Mumbai, India

#706 Jun 10, 2013
I have a serious question, is dollar worth the value it reflects, does it harm by other currency devaluing, one needs to see BoP of countries to understand this, the does the value of imports does reflect its intrinsic value, has the playoff of devaluating currency in longrun only assist US and US denominated economies. assets denominated in any currency due to historical reasons are irrelevant as on change of linked currency effects may be short run, it will find its level if the denominated currency is stable.
this may be a minefield one needs to watch, and the legends operative thereto.

Since: Oct 08

Mumbai, India

#707 Jun 10, 2013
though it need not be stated the above is not withstanding the status of QE as the market dynamics on $ is not comprehensible.

Since: Oct 08

Mumbai, India

#708 Jun 19, 2013
ok so whats the issue,
fundamentally US was in bad state but its currency was strong, semblance of improvement its currency gets stronger, so all US $ assets of weak currency origination now has an advantage of booking profits, vice versa US $ debt becomes bad.
but QE did not raise assets (real) of US Banks but its investment portfolio- thus whats the play
different paradigm for markets and on intrinsic fundamental, need a convergence therein for the repair.
That leaves the logic of funding current account deficit created by consumption (leaving gold aside) by hot money, this is 1997 debacle which needs addressing.
then there is carry trade which is surprisingly fueling the appreciation of USD, this is tectonic and needs the real addressing- controls maybe

Since: Oct 08

Mumbai, India

#709 Jun 24, 2013
i till date have not understood the perfect reciprocity of yield to price of bonds- maths i see but..
the only question now is what the holders of US treasuries perceive, this may decide whether the rumblings are rumblings or signs of things to come.

Since: Oct 08

Mumbai, India

#710 Jun 25, 2013
rolling back QE.
not empirically but if one looks at the inefficient markets its amply clear that QE was not to US (forget the debasing concept never worked here thus needs a relook)at a hint pullout has been triggered along with its attendant issues thus reflected in the market- moreso gold, that it created a large carry trade is given, that it did not create assets first in the line accessing QE is given.
if US is yet to reach its inflexion point of recovery then is a 'second generation' of stimulus required bottom down- government investment which then will hit the debt ceiling?
Has US checkmated it self ?
is it similar to japan
thus is the dollar as strong as the markets reflect, or is it just transitory?

Since: Oct 08

Mumbai, India

#711 Jul 2, 2013
is QE debasement of currency
Under QE the modality is asset purchase by the federal/central bank. the moot question is whether the asset purchase was done by increasing the stock of money or within the existing stock of money. if it was using the existing stock of money where did the central/federal bank get the stock from!!!!!!!!.
thus the moot issue of the stock of money wherein the central/federal bank the issuer and its records has till date not been scrutinized.( not the opposite that issuance of paper assets and its purchase by central bank is duly accounted for.
will the same yard stick be applicable to a third world country is another issue

Since: Oct 08

Mumbai, India

#712 Jul 30, 2013
what ails the world:
the contagion of 2008 and its effects still linger. solution is when we return to normalcy, either in the core or its pheriphery, US and Euro zone.
the backstop then was china being a growth engine, its chugging into normalcy but inputs financial and raw material is seeing a churning.
thus then to map one needs to see what ails India, maintenance ought to be removed as a cuss word, corruption well thats a facet not new to the the world and the enviornment mapped India is steadly approaching its vortex hope it reconciles from there.
All governments ought to be mapped as project managers, all failures therein are the firstline of failure parameter.
lots of talk of inaction this to simplify is procedural and systematic- systematic is of next generation but not of maintenance thus on expectation parameters, its the procedural which matters.
one needs to see this on the rollout of GST, given that thereis a huge disconnect in the indirect taxation system whith multiplicity thereat, the cumulative its a large tax burden which is uncompetetive, this facet is the primary reason why India is where it is, and primarily for vested reasons- political and by the beneficiary thereto, this has only to be compared to china to understand the difference and why its a growth engine.
anologously put in smart phones with designs being that it cannot be maintained and processess such that an 'new featured phone' every 6 months is what will kill it. same to Indian ecosystem and it will fail miserably when it really opens up, and executive tinkering on FDI is directionless.
FDI/closed economy and opening windows to benefit only vested interests will subserve no one.
India needs a fresh thought.(i am a modi basher if that matters) and thats sadly missing in maintainence, and failure on tax structure is glaring and an impedence to the economy, well but if an economy cannot survive by the day it will survive by the night, only that the night economy is hijacked by vested interests.
hope modelers elsewhere do not do this disfavour
UDIOTRACEMAKEWOR LDPEACE

United States

#713 Jul 30, 2013
uttam hathi wrote:
is QE debasement of currency
Under QE the modality is asset purchase by the federal/central bank. the moot question is whether the asset purchase was done by increasing the stock of money or within the existing stock of money. if it was using the existing stock of money where did the central/federal bank get the stock from!!!!!!!!.
thus the moot issue of the stock of money wherein the central/federal bank the issuer and its records has till date not been scrutinized.( not the opposite that issuance of paper assets and its purchase by central bank is duly accounted for.
will the same yard stick be applicable to a third world country is another issue
LOL! The Corrupted US is morally and financially bankrupted . Us Still printing money out thin Air. Good or bad for US and world economies?
UDIOTRACEMAKEWOR LDPEACE

United States

#714 Jul 30, 2013
What with the Rupee in sure take big hit in 2 to 3 month time Rupee gone from 45 to 60(+/- 2)?
UDIOTRACEMAKEWOR LDPEACE

United States

#715 Jul 30, 2013
Know about US secretly helped with some US dollar to bailed out EuroZone crisis? Are the corrupted US leaders insane , as while the US economy in a financial/economic conundrum. What the h3ll? Explain, anyone?
UDIOTRACEMAKEWOR LDPEACE

United States

#716 Jul 30, 2013
uttam hathi wrote:
i till date have not understood the perfect reciprocity of yield to price of bonds- maths i see but..
the only question now is what the holders of US treasuries perceive, this may decide whether the rumblings are rumblings or signs of things to come.
USgovt buy some back T Bond , printing US out of thin air to pay for it, what does that tell you?
UDIOTRACEMAKEWOR LDPEACE

United States

#717 Jul 30, 2013
uttam hathi wrote:
well lot of paeans being sung about abenomics,(well guess to support the other supporters of abenomics, i always thought that was a bandaid and not a cure.
the moot question is does bandaid work on cancer.
maybe the haldiwalla may work :)
Sure need alot of work to remove a spreading Cancer. Rescue plans? Don't think so it running contagion, all over place? Solution anyone? catching them in time? LAugable!

Since: Jul 13

Location hidden

#718 Jul 30, 2013
that is a long story
UDIOTRACEMAKEWOR LDPEACE

United States

#719 Jul 30, 2013
Ching Ding1 wrote:
that is a long story
Tell us something?
UDIOTRACEMAKEWOR LDPEACE

United States

#720 Jul 30, 2013
uttam hathi wrote:
rolling back QE.
not empirically but if one looks at the inefficient markets its amply clear that QE was not to US (forget the debasing concept never worked here thus needs a relook)at a hint pullout has been triggered along with its attendant issues thus reflected in the market- moreso gold, that it created a large carry trade is given, that it did not create assets first in the line accessing QE is given.
if US is yet to reach its inflexion point of recovery then is a 'second generation' of stimulus required bottom down- government investment which then will hit the debt ceiling?
Has US checkmated it self ?
is it similar to japan
thus is the dollar as strong as the markets reflect, or is it just transitory?
I would say USDollar hegemony for know, do you believe? You think other nations will any longer accept US dollar as world currency reserve?

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