Tag Archives: 401(k)

“US Government” fearing Treasury bond collapse, wants 401(k) funds to prop up their prices.


In yet another clear set up by the so called “US Government”, the US Treasury and Labor departments, as if it is their own idea, are looking to give Americans more “options” of how to invest their pension money. These “options” have a funny way of becoming the only choices when it comes to government […]

Q2 2009 private sector credit collapsed at – $2.2408 Trillion annual rate.


The just released privately owned Federal Reserve’s Flow of Funds report for September 17th, 2009 shows that the second quarter of 2009 brought the greatest credit collapse of all time (http://www.federalreserve.gov/releases/z1/current/z1r-3.pdf).

Why the private FED and US Government cannot print their way out of deflation.


$20 Trillion dollars, as we now know how to estimate, will take about 20 years to print if the BEP prints $100 bills only at neck breaking pace.

Former Merill Lynch Chief Economist David Rosenberg Sees Up to Decade of Deflation Ahead


Deflationary aftershocks that follow a post-bubble credit collapse typically last for 5 to 10 years.