| Jun 19, 2013
| 3:29 PM EDT
This taper selling of stocks is a gift in my opinion. The gov't is a net payer of interest so anything that raises rates...
Government spending, not monetary policy, is what creates jobs.
I think the China credit bubble talk is misguided.
The Fed only wants to look 'tough, but fair.'
Economic malaise could linger another 20 years.
Treasury Secretary Lew should be in front of this issue, but we don't see him.
Not since the gold standard, anyway.
Why anyone listens to Standard & Poor's, I'll never understand.
| Jun 10, 2013
| 12:50 PM EDT
Bill Gross runs the largest bond fund in the world, so you'd think he'd know something about monetary operations.
The IMF missed the negative effect of austerity.