Forget Stocks, It Is The Japanese Yen That Is Moving Markets
As we all know, almost every central bank in the world is printing money to boost exports and support asset prices in the stock market. To their credit, the money printing idea has worked as markets around the world have been rallying. Japan is now the most aggressive money printing country. The Bank of Japan (BOJ) said that they would put $1.4 trillion into the economy over the next two years. The Nikkei 225 Index (Japanese stock market) has gained nearly 7,000 points or 80.0 percent since October 2012. This rally in the USD/JPY, and the Nikkei 225 Index has been parabolic and shows the power of money printing or the devaluing of the currency.
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These days we are constantly hearing about currency wars taking place across the globe. Almost every leading country is trying and racing to devalue their currency in order to boost their exports. Just look at the recent action by the Japanese government and the Bank of Japan (Japanese central bank). The Japanese finance minister actually stated they his goal was to get the Nikkei 225 Index up to 13,000 by the end of March. You cannot make this stuff up. Never before has a prominent government figure made such a comment. ...
Kiwi/Dollar Weekly Technical Analysis Feb 11 – 15th
After seeing quite a bullish run, the Kiwi failed to reach the previous highs. Is the NZDUSD Pair losing steam and set for a fall? In this technical analysis, I explain the basic workings behind price action and how you can trade NZDUSD for the week of February 11th - Feb 15th.
Are You Aware Of Pre-discharge Counseling Requirement In Bankruptcy?
Personal financial management course is an indispensable part of Chapter 7 and 13 Bankruptcy. You need to complete the course from a court approved agency before receiving the final discharge. This course is popularly known as pre-discharge bankruptcy counseling.
What is the difference between credit counseling and pre-discharge counseling?
Open Fort Knox! The Ink at the Money Printing Press Is Dry
As we all know, the public has really not participated in the stock market since the 2008 credit and banking crisis. Since that point in time, the public has developed even more of a sour taste for Wall Street. Events such as the flash clash, LIBOR manipulation by the banks, high frequency trading manipulation..