Category Archives: Investing

One Man’s Thoughts Has Moved

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This Blog Has Moved!

We Have Moved To
http://www.PatriotThoughts.com

All the articles and all the comments are ready for you to see at our new location.

If you wish to make a new comment, you need to go to the new site as the comment ability of this site has been turned off.

Thank you for reading my blog all these years. I hope you continue to enjoy it.

Vytautas

Time To Shut Down The US Federal Reserve?

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http://www.patriotthoughts.com/2010/07/16/time-to-shut-down-the-us-federal-reserve/

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Illinois Facing ‘Outright Disaster’ Amid Budget Crisis

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Robert Gibbs Says Democrats Could Lose The House In November

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Bernanke Created Half of Our Money Supply

“The U.S. turned 234 years old yesterday, and yet over half of the nation’s money supply was created since Helicopter Ben took over the flight controls four years ago. No wonder gold is in a full fledged bull market . . .”

-David A. Rosenberg  Chief Economist & Strategist
Gluskin Sheff + Associates Inc.

http://www.ritholtz.com/blog/2010/07/half-of-234-years-worth/

Dallas Fed Chairman: White House & Congress “Dead Wrong” on Financial Reform

Richard Fisher, president of the Dallas Federal Reserve Bank, has long been a proponent of serious financial sector reform. As a former commercial banker, he sees quite clearly that the legislation now headed into “reconciliation” between House and Senate versions amounts to very little. He also knows that pounding away repeatedly on this theme is the best way to influence his colleagues within the Fed and across the policy community more broadly.

He is now taking his game to a new, higher level. Couched in the diplomatic language of senior officials, his speech on June 3 to the SW Graduate School of Banking was both a carefully calibrated assault on the administration’s general “softly, softly” approach to the big banks and a direct refutation of arguments put forward by Larry Summers in particular.

As the title of Mr. Fisher’s speech implies, if the legislation is not real financial reform (and it is not, according to him), then our current policy trajectory amounts to facilitating further rounds of financial dementia.