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Connecting the Dots: Our Dollar Continues Multi-Year Decline as Both Political Parties Are “On the Take”

Posted by Larry Doyle on February 15th, 2011 8:55 AM |

In the course of my regular early morning reading (thank you to the regular readers who feed me these resources), I came across some fabulous work.

1. The Dallas Federal Reserve puts forth an enlightening piece entitled Global Economic Conditions. The 43 page treatise covers a wealth of information but my attention was grabbed primarily by the graph highlighting the continued decline in the core rate of inflation on page 11, and the ~20% decline in the value of our U.S. dollar over the last decade versus other major currencies on page 38.

While skyrocketing food and energy costs globally will likely continue to foment civil unrest in selected nations, Fed chair Bernanke is assuredly singularly focused on that continued decline in the core rate of inflation. How will he respond? Many individuals whom I respect believe Bernanke will continue to flood our economy with more and more dollars via quantitative easing. What does that portend for the value of our greenback? It ain’t good. What do others think of our Federal Reserve and fiscal fiascos? Let’s navigate further. (more…)

“Why Isn’t This Liquidity Being Utilized to Hire New Workers and Reduce Unemployment?”

Posted by Larry Doyle on October 19th, 2010 2:37 PM |

Sense on cents implies that capital and liquidity will flow to areas in which it is protected and can generate a reasonable rate of return.

Thus, the question facing our nation is why all the liquidity injected into our system has not gained traction and promoted job growth and increased economic activity. Although I have written voluminously on this issue over the last two years, let’s allow Richard Fisher, the head of the Dallas Federal Reserve, to weigh in with his version of sense on cents. (more…)






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