Global monetary policy loosest since the German hyperinflation after World War I

Many people are talking about if the Fed is going to move the rates up or down; but it seems the talk about why and what the Fed does and how it affects what our government does… in other words, how the “Fed” is not federal but the name does imply that this private group does benefit the federal government. And the way they are manipulating our currency is potentially going to get very bad very soon.

“Many elderly Germans who lived through the 1930s cannot believe the current situation. They are mad as hell, but there are too few of them alive to alter the outcome. The seed of future monetary shenanigans grows with each funeral of people who lived through the prior crises.”

PBS Column: The monetary bubble to end all bubbles is coming

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