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Tuesday
Mar242015

The United States, Weimar Germany And What The Fed Is Really Up To

James Turk

Today one of the greats in the business spoke with King World News about the United States, Weimar Germany and what the Fed is really up to.  He also included two fantastic illustrations that all KWN readers around the world must see.


James Turk:  "Each week the world’s financial picture goes further and further into la-la land, Eric. In short, things are getting crazier. An example is the hullabaloo the Federal Reserve created by dropping the word “patience” from its statement after the latest FOMC meeting. The Fed calls these statements ‘guidance’. In another era, they would be recognised for what they really are – propaganda….



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