Tag Archives: Peter Schiff

Quantitative Easing [QE] 3 is Here

Well Quantitative Easing 2 ended in July 2011 and at that time I blogged in ‘The So-Called End of Quantitative Easing (Money Printing)’ that QE 3 would be coming and it seems to have finally arrived. Don’t forget that the … Continue reading

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People I Follow: Stefan Molyneux

If I remember correctly, the first time I was introduced to Stefan Molyneux was on an appearance on Max Keiser’s Keiser Report sometime in 2010 or 2011 and I liked his analogy of how countries of the world were like … Continue reading

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People I Follow: Ron Paul

My first introduction to Congressman Dr. Ron Paul was in the 2008 documentary I.O.U.S.A. wherein he was discussing the money supply, and that short clip of his included the most imprinted image I had of him – him sitting at … Continue reading

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The So-Called End of Quantitative Easing (Money Printing)

Well I wasn’t in the know when Quantitative Easing (QE) 1 (Mar 2009 to May 2010 – $1.25 trillion in mortgage-backed securities from banks) and QE Lite (September 2010 – $300 billion – reinvest the proceeds of maturing mortgage-backed securities … Continue reading

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People I Follow: Marc Faber

I have been following investment analyst Marc Faber for a few years now and he is best known for his Gloom, Boom & Doom Report. I have always been happy with his outlook analysis when he’s on TV as well … Continue reading

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