How The Fed’s New Policy Will Affect Gold Prices…

We are now at a crossroads of sorts as it would pertain to the global financial markets in the sense that “consensus thinking” has the masses all buyers of “paper” and sellers of “tangibles,” and given the performance of paper versus tangibles since the bottom in 2009.

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Today the music stops

After months of preparing financial markets for this news, the Federal Reserve is widely expected to announce that it will finally begin shrinking its $4.5 trillion balance sheet.

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Yellen Warns Of “Algo Presence” In Markets, Fears “Risks Of Excessive Optimism”

While we will not see her speech or Q&A, the much anticipated speech on financial stability from Janet Yellen has just dropped.

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Fed Prepares to Cut $4.5 Trillion Portfolio: What It Means

The Fed has begun to pave the way toward cutting its balance sheet, which grew from about $1 trillion to $4.5 trillion in five years.

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Rethinking the Fed: More Tightening than Priced In? Next Financial Crisis Coming Up?

Time and time again, the Fed sows seeds of the next financial crisis in actions it takes to mitigate the previous financial crisis that it caused.

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Yellen Says New Financial Crisis Probably Won’t Happen ‘In Our Lifetimes’ But BIS Says One Could Hit Soon

Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen is quite convinced that the United States will not experience another financial crisis for a very long time to come.

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Drop in Prices Not Likely to Delay Fed Rate Hike

The Federal Reserve is likely to regard the drop in prices reported in March as temporary. Therefore, this one-month downturn shouldn’t affect the Fed’s plans for future interest rate hikes.

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Just a quick reminder: the Federal Reserve is almost insolvent.

September 10, 2008 was one of the last “normal” days in the world of banking and finance.

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How The Fed Is Setting Up Trump For 3 Financial Disasters

Most Americans do not understand this, but the truth is that the Federal Reserve has far more power over the U.S. economy than anyone else does, and that includes Donald Trump.

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Is Janet Yellen Concerned About “A Bubble In Stock Prices”? This Is Her Answer

Three months ago, Janet Yellen was asked during the last FOMC press conference if she was “worried about bubbles in the economy because of our prolonged low interest rates?” Her 169-word response was the following: Yes. Of course we are…

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