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Questions About Effects of Quantitative Easing Coming Into Play
Michael Lombardi wrote - Quantitative easing has taken a toll on the U.S. economy.
The effects are unseen now, but in the long run, they will show. Trillions of dollars in new money has been created to spur growth in the U.S. economy through quantitative easing, but what really has been achieved from it? At the very best, the stock market has gone up—on the other hand, the U.S. dollar has declined in value against other major world currencies, real inflation is rising, and unemployment is still an issue.
Corporate Insiders Selling Like Mad as Earnings Growth Turns Negative
Michael Lombardi wrote - The higher the stock market goes, the more skeptical I become. There’s not a lot of good news for the key stock indices. The year 2012 may have been an “okay” year for the stock market thanks to the Federal Reserve keeping interest rates artificially low and significantly increasing the money supply.