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FED will cut the QE, but not due to the employment or economy...

Jobs data marked some more positive than expected values and much analysts questioned on the future of the bond-buying program of FED. This discussion goes for already some weeks carefully fueled by FOMC members’ verbal interventions. Seemingly FED will cut the money print in an answer to the economic recovery.

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ECB to discover the "beauty" of negative interests

The Central Bank engineers finally have started to discover the genius of… negative interests. Just as expected and commented in some articles in this blog, it was a question only of time someone to decide to pass the absolute forbidden border of zero and discover the Universe of negative numbers. It is a logical and a natural evolution of the madness of money-print.

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Apple is just eating itself

Apple is just eating itself. This is may be the shortest comment on what is happening in the company, after its shares fell below $400. May be some readers will remember the fantasy of the expectation of Apple to go over $1000. It was a very soon moment when such prognoses appeared on market. In fact this can happen someday, because the inflationary pressure of FED activity will inevitably move much real assets up. But then may be IBM will also be over $1000, as well as British Petroleum… But measured in current dollars, it is simply a fantasy to expect a $1000 per Apple’s share.

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A simple truth behind the gold shock

Much and interesting things happened in last few weeks. Apple fell below $400. But more interesting was the so called “gold shock”. Much info was shared since then. The paper gold super selling, the blocked platform for trading physical gold, the stop-loss targeting, the automated computer trade, the increased demand for physical gold and prolonged terms for supply…

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Nervous Japan pulled the trigger of the nuclear currency war

While North Korea is issuing fictional nuclear threats and USA is relocating some troops in answer, the real nuclear explosion came on financial markets with the sudden decision of BoJ to double the government bond purchases. This is may be the biggest one-time change in the ongoing global currency war. That’s why it may be called an “atomic” bomb. Generally the sum of the rest explosions on the market is bigger as effect and size that this move. But as a one-time change this is simply a super-bomb.

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