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Bernanke ‘Makes it Rain’ on Them Bankers

by Rafael Rosa on February 5, 2010

Ben Bernanke from the Federal Reserve is not Fat Joe but he is definitely “making it rain”.
On who?
On them Bankers. Here is my attempt at visualizing ‘quantitative easing’.

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Hyperinflation Expectation

by admin on June 15, 2009

Inflation concerns have been a headline lately. I wrote a post on the matter a few months ago, The Fears of Inflation, but I thought this would be a good time to revisit the subject.
There are quite a few people saying that we’re going to get hyperinflation, or very high or out-of-control inflation. I think [...]


Bank Trends

by Rafael Rosa on November 14, 2008

In the post, ” The Fed and The Banks“, I had three different graphs showing the activity level between the Fed and its member banks. Since the post on October 19, the trend continues to be the same.
In October, the total borrowing of depository institutions from the Fed was reaching $300 Billion. It’s now reaching [...]


The Fed and the Banks

by admin on October 19, 2008

As you read articles about the current crisis, people are quick to say that “we have been here before” and that this is nothing short of a somewhat-typical downtrend in the market.

If the market trends are not enough to say that what we have at the moment is something very different than what has happened [...]

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