Tag: Ben BernankeSort
Dear Mr. President: Now It’s Time to Deliver on Your Promises
By the time you are reading this, either Barack Obama or Mitt Romney will have won the race to be the 45th President of the United States.
Translated: The Secret Language of the Federal Reserve
How to Profit from Asia's Negative Reaction to Bernanke Press Conference
Most Asian stock markets ended Thursday trading slightly down, following the Wednesday press conference of the United States Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke.
Although most of what Bernanke had to say was unsurprising, many Asian investors may have found alarming his admission that the Federal Reserve wasn't sure why America's economic growth rate continued to disappoint.
Christmas, Illusions, and Stock Market Over Indulgence
can't imagine that the 2007 Financial Crisis would have been this devastating if children were actually taught (a) over-indulgence will inevitably cause suffering and that you can't always get what you wish for (b) lies are lies no matter what form, and in the end, they hurt everyone involved.
Oil Mysteriously Drops As Bernanke Begins Testimony
The chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank, Ben Bernanke, just began his testimony in the U.S. House of Representatives. Ironically, when the chairman began his testimony spot oil prices just dropped sharply intra-day trading below the psychological $100.00 level. Yesterday, the major stock indexes sold off violently while Chairman Bernanke testified in from of the U.S. Senate.
Super Gold Sunday (Super Bowl Version)...Did you miss it?
While Ben Bernanke says we are not seeing any inflation, I think most of us know that is a load of BS as other countries like Egypt see food prices surging. Over the past couple years everyone has been talking about how inflation will soon start and that has been one of the main driving forces for higher precious metals prices.
The Bernank Says He Is Responsible For Higher Stocks Not Higher Commodity Prices
The 5 Dumbest Things on Wall Street: December 10, 2010
5. All About the Benjamins
There's been a lot of talk -- largely related to the most recent round of Quantitative Easing -- about the government's penchant for "printing money." Those accusations, founded or not, should no longer be of concern to anyone. As it turns, out the government can't even print money correctly.