Tag: Money supply

The comic features features Fed Chair Janet Yellen as a contestant on the game show "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire". The audience behind Yellen, which includes former Fed chief Ben Bernanke, are throwing tomatoes at her.

Caption for the comic: "After disappointing markets last week, will Yellen make it up to them later this year?"

The Federal Reserve's decision last week not to raise interest rates disappointed most market players who were expecting the central bank to hike rates for the first time since 2006. The questions remains whether Yellen and the Fed will make it up to them at some point later this year, or will they delay the move to early 2016. The central bank has two more scheduled policy meetings before the end of 2015, in late October and mid-December.

Wesbury On The Fed And Money Creation

Wesbury On The Fed And Money Creation by Todd Sullivan, So, so many people truly to not get what the fed does or how it affects the money supply. Wesbury does a great job here explaining it and explaining why […]

Our Economy In Inherently Deflationary

Our Economy In Inherently Deflationary

Our Economy In Inherently Deflationary “Davidson” submits This is a difficult topic to tackle. The current belief is that either oil price rises or excess money supply create inflation. The former comes from the 1970’s OPEC price hikes and the […]

5 Myths Many Economists Believe

5 Myths Many Economists Believe

5 Myths Many Economists Believe They fail public choice and basic price theory Gary Bryant, in an e-mail, asks: What is [the] most ridiculous economic fallacy that is believed by a significant number of professional economists? Wow. Good question. There […]

On My Radar: Global Recession A High Probability

On My Radar: Global Recession A High Probability

On My Radar: Global Recession A High Probability by Steve Blumenthal, Capital Management Group “I have long made the claim that the transnational nature of Europe cannot be sustained. The divergent economic interests of EU countries, some with unemployment over […]

How Much Money Is In The System?

How Much Money Is In The System?

How Much Money Is In The System? by Bargain Value Some people like to hold money in bonds or time deposits. Others prefer mobility over interest and they choose cash. Today, we will learn about how to predict moves of […]