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    Quantitative Easing Explained

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    Interesting, and shows what a great state the US economy is in, but their voices are so damn annoying...
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigross86 View Post
    Interesting, and shows what a great state the US economy is in, but their voices are so damn annoying...
    That's part of the charm. The robotic voices are awesome!
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    But seriously, something is rotten about the system.

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    Not that I am an economist, but.....

    I like this explanation better.



    Now you have 2 perspectives to form an opinion on.

    And then there is the quantative easing to what degree issue to consider. (a little bit of quantative easing will versus a whole lot of quantative easing)

    Also there is to consider that you can also do the thing in reverse (quantative tightening?).
    - By selling assets to the banks.
    - By selling treasuries.
    - By increasing lending rates for banks.
    (In case the dollar devalues too much, which in itself is a to what degree question.)

    Just to complicate things a bit.

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