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The Fed Is Now In The Business Of Manipulating The Stock Market...

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You can't beat the Fed. Problem is, you have to be in on their plan. The video is worth watching.

Jim Grant, who will never be accused of being a fan of the Criminal Reserve, and whose views on what will happen to asset prices in a printer-happy world are gradually being validated, appeared on Bloomberg TV, telling Margaret Brennan upfront that Bernanke owes the world an apology. Alas, after various revolutions around the world have been catalyzed by Bernanke's policies, we have a feeling that ever more oppressed people will soon see the Printer in Chief as a patron saint of violent revolution, alas against crony regimes fully supported by the US (and hopefully the US will view it the same way when its time comes).

http://www.zerohedge.com/article/jim-grant-fed-now-business-manipulating-stock-marketshould-confess-it-has-sinned-grievously

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You can't beat the Fed. Problem is, you have to be in on their plan. The video is worth watching.

http://www.zerohedge.com/article/jim-grant-fed-now-business-manipulating-stock-marketshould-confess-it-has-sinned-grievously

Is this news?

A couple of years from now (just after the Muslim Brotherhood announces an alliance between Egypt and Iran to over-throw pro-American regimes in the Gulf and oil hits $500 a barrel), it might be interesting to look back and think that creating destabilizing inflation around the world wasn't such a good idea after all.

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Its just a case of the real powers that be have made a bit of a loss, theyre a bit miffed and want to use their power of leverage to turn things around.

The lessons to be learned are that the powers that be are also humans, make mistakes and losses too. Now you're seeing their influence in action!

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"The New York branch of the Fed is leveraged 80 to 1" - yeeee Ha!

Didn't they just pass a new law that allows the Fed to dump it's 'assets' on the treasury, creating a state of infinite solvency- the FED can never go bust- even if the US can. B)

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Didn't they just pass a new law that allows the Fed to dump it's 'assets' on the treasury, creating a state of infinite solvency- the FED can never go bust- even if the US can. B)

Yep the Fed can never go bust as it's impossible for it to lose money.

They've got the worlds best accountants.

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Its just a case of the real powers that be have made a bit of a loss, theyre a bit miffed and want to use their power of leverage to turn things around.

The lessons to be learned are that the powers that be are also humans, make mistakes and losses too. Now you're seeing their influence in action!

Amen.

Are you sure you belong on this forum? :lol:

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