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Peter Schiff nails it again! There is absolutely no way for the FED to drain all of this immense amount of newly created liquidity

 
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Peter Schiff nails it again! There is absolutely no way for the FED to drain all of this immense amount of newly created liquidity
The phony stock market rise created by the bogus "prosperity",resulting from the printing of enormous amounts of new "dollar credits" will not foster the growth of better paying jobs.The faux "prosperity" will only create a speculative bubble in commodity prices, making the necessities of life(food,fuel,heating/cooling) more expensive, as more and more people are losing their jobs or experiencing pay cuts!

The Federal Reserve will never be able to "drain" all this additional liquidity it created, without bringing on the total economic collapse it sought to prevent, by bailing out banks and insurance companies in the first place!

Peter Schiff explains why this is all such a farce, and will end badly for the unsophisticated and ill informed.

Take heed and choose wisely!


[link to www.europac.net]
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five stars for that video thx.
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five stars for that video thx.
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You are welcome!

Now we know exactly how to invest, to remain solvent, as this farcical lunacy unfolds.

The discerning will understand, but I pity the rest.
They will become victims of "financial darwinism".
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Re: Peter Schiff nails it again! There is absolutely no way for the FED to drain all of this immense amount of newly created liquidity
What the hell is wrong with him? Check out his weird eyes wide open episodes.

Has he been messing around with some bad crank or something.

Or has he been targeted by the NWO crazy beam weapon.

In any case, he looks way out there.
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Re: Peter Schiff nails it again! There is absolutely no way for the FED to drain all of this immense amount of newly created liquidity
Love this guy
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Re: Peter Schiff nails it again! There is absolutely no way for the FED to drain all of this immense amount of newly created liquidity
What the hell is wrong with him? Check out his weird eyes wide open episodes.

Has he been messing around with some bad crank or something.

Or has he been targeted by the NWO crazy beam weapon.

In any case, he looks way out there.
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It's probably just a nervous habit. I'm sure it has to be nerve-wracking to be continually criticized for speaking out against official government financial policy. But the fact is that Peter Schiff has been on target in his macro view analysis of the global economy if one does not nit pick about short term moves. The world wide deleveraging process has created a temporary artificial strengthening in the $USDX. But this will not continue,( and in fact the $US dollar dropped below an important support level this week).

So , just as he says, bond prices will fall as interest rates rise, the dollar will lose purchasing power as compared to gold,silver, crude oil, and other commodities.And the financial crisis will escalate in severity when the next wave of Alt-A and Adjustable Rate Mortgages begin to reset at dramatically higher monthly payment levels in the ensuing months, leading to another wave of defaults and foreclosures.
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bump

for the weekend crowd
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thanks....
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thanks....
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You are welcome.

Here is an editorial discussing the safest investment options
given the circumstances we are facing.

Forewarned is forearmed!



[link to www.gold-eagle.com]
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Re: Peter Schiff nails it again! There is absolutely no way for the FED to drain all of this immense amount of newly created liquidity
AND... here is more evidence to support my prior assertions that the coming second crash is unstoppable.

Read it and weep!


[link to www.gold-eagle.com]
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Re: Peter Schiff nails it again! There is absolutely no way for the FED to drain all of this immense amount of newly created liquidity
AND ... one more reading assignment for you!

Here is the data revealing the fact that the inflation-
adjusted earnings on the S&P 500, making this the biggest S&P decline on record.

AND YET...

the S&P 500 price/earnings ratios are still at record highs!


It's potentially a LONG WAY DOWN FROM HERE!


Take a look.


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Thanks OP. Schiff is right on the money about inflation. It's going to absolutely steam roll this country. Unfortunately, many are drinking the koolaid the administration is selling.
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Re: Peter Schiff nails it again! There is absolutely no way for the FED to drain all of this immense amount of newly created liquidity
Thanks OP. Schiff is right on the money about inflation. It's going to absolutely steam roll this country. Unfortunately, many are drinking the koolaid the administration is selling.
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Yes, I agree, my sentiments exactly. Mr. Obama and his cohorts are giving us change all right, now we are getting
TWICE the deception and fraud for our tax money. Aren't you pleased?!? HA!
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Thanks OP. Schiff is right on the money about inflation. It's going to absolutely steam roll this country. Unfortunately, many are drinking the koolaid the administration is selling.


Yes, I agree, my sentiments exactly. Mr. Obama and his cohorts are giving us change all right, now we are getting
TWICE the deception and fraud for our tax money. Aren't you pleased?!? HA!
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yep, everything you hear outta this administration is either a lie, cover up or downright stupidity.
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It's gonna be a traders' market before TSHTF in full, but you better have some steel cojones and a quick trigger-finger.

Last Edited by snark on 05/30/2009 12:27 PM
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yep, everything you hear outta this administration is either a lie, cover up or downright stupidity.


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Mr. Obama is a skilled master of "doublespeak".
After 4 years of this, I bet they will be saying, "Well it took more than 4 years for us to get into this mess, so it will take more than 4 years to get us OUT of this mess" in order to get him re-elected.

( My extreme cynicism is showing .)
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If you wanna run cool, you got to run on Heavy Fuel.

we are at full throttle runner hell for furry till it blows.
Fear Profits a Man Nothing.
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Re: Peter Schiff nails it again! There is absolutely no way for the FED to drain all of this immense amount of newly created liquidity
Zimbabwe was also unsuccessful in draining the immense amount of "liquidity", which is also known as printing money.
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Re: Peter Schiff nails it again! There is absolutely no way for the FED to drain all of this immense amount of newly created liquidity
AND... here is more evidence to support my prior assertions that the coming second crash is unstoppable.

Read it and weep!


[link to www.gold-eagle.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 634246



He says buy and pay for a farm.

Very hard to do if you're not millionaire.

Plus it takes much more capital inputs like machinery, fuel fertilizer, herbicides etc along with expertise to run a farm.

I know, i run a farm.
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Re: Peter Schiff nails it again! There is absolutely no way for the FED to drain all of this immense amount of newly created liquidity
On this same topic of financial meltdown, banking shenanigans,and market manipulation we can listen to financial commentators Max Keiser and Marc Faber.

I think you may find this entertaining as well as informative ,(in a doomy sort of way!)



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Re: Peter Schiff nails it again! There is absolutely no way for the FED to drain all of this immense amount of newly created liquidity
Notice his look when he mentioned Silver.

spock
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Re: Peter Schiff nails it again! There is absolutely no way for the FED to drain all of this immense amount of newly created liquidity
Here is another well-researched, thoughtful analysis of the cascading nightmarish implosion of our financial system.

SO if you thought the fallout from the subprime meltdown was bad, just wait until you see the massive destruction from the OPTION ARM and ALT-A defaults that will be hitting our economy like a runaway freight train in the months ahead.

[link to www.economicpopulist.org]
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Re: Peter Schiff nails it again! There is absolutely no way for the FED to drain all of this immense amount of newly created liquidity
What the hell is wrong with him? Check out his weird eyes wide open episodes.

Has he been messing around with some bad crank or something.

Or has he been targeted by the NWO crazy beam weapon.

In any case, he looks way out there.
 Quoting: Icee4you



laugh
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Re: Peter Schiff nails it again! There is absolutely no way for the FED to drain all of this immense amount of newly created liquidity
Peter's problem is he doesn't realize, how can he not?, that the rest of the world is fucked just as bad, if not worse. Europe, Japan, etc etc are all doing QE.

5a
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Re: Peter Schiff nails it again! There is absolutely no way for the FED to drain all of this immense amount of newly created liquidity
The phony stock market rise created by the bogus "prosperity",resulting from the printing of enormous amounts of new "dollar credits" will not foster the growth of better paying jobs.The faux "prosperity" will only create a speculative bubble in commodity prices, making the necessities of life(food,fuel,heating/cooling) more expensive, as more and more people are losing their jobs or experiencing pay cuts!

The Federal Reserve will never be able to "drain" all this additional liquidity it created, without bringing on the total economic collapse it sought to prevent, by bailing out banks and insurance companies in the first place!

Peter Schiff explains why this is all such a farce, and will end badly for the unsophisticated and ill informed.

Take heed and choose wisely!


[link to www.europac.net]
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Re: Peter Schiff nails it again! There is absolutely no way for the FED to drain all of this immense amount of newly created liquidity
Thank you for posting( and embedding) Pater Schiff's new vlog update. His May 29th video was very succinct, yet comprehensive. That's just one of the characteristics I've come to expect and admire about Peter's work.

He also possesses an uncommon amount of common sense and pragmatism. If only our lawmakers had 75% of is good judgment
and fiscal expertise!
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Re: Peter Schiff nails it again! There is absolutely no way for the FED to drain all of this immense amount of newly created liquidity
Peter's problem is he doesn't realize, how can he not?, that the rest of the world is fucked just as bad, if not worse. Europe, Japan, etc etc are all doing QE.

5a
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Peter knows about the quantitative easing schtick.

But you are correct in yur assertion that the global economies are in a "race to the bottom" now, most nations attempting to artificially weaken their currencies against others as a ploy in order to maintain export market share.

Germany alone is balking at this.That is because the Germans still remember the devastating effects of hyperinflation they suffered during the Weimar Republic days.

But most Americans seem to be unable to learn from history.

SO , I guess we will repeat the mistakes made by others in the past.


Someone notable, ( I believe it was Albert Einstein,) mused that the definition of stupidity was to repeat some action that failed before , expecting a different result the second time. It appears that our leaders are stupid.
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Re: Peter Schiff nails it again! There is absolutely no way for the FED to drain all of this immense amount of newly created liquidity
Hillary Clinton mention zimbabwe inflation while making the USA comparison a while back. Can't find the link any longer. It was striking at the time, to mention the USA economy in the same breath as Zimbabwe, from her.
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Please. The money will go somewhere. When money changes hands a tax is paid. They'll get it back, believe me. All of it and then some.
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bump
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He's been beller'n this same ole shit now for 4 years. All the time, beller beller beller

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