Daily Archives: May 23, 2011

Graham Summers’ Free Weekly Market Forecast (Stocks are Last To Get It Edition)

For months now the commodities sector has been leading stocks. Of the commodities agricultural commodities were the market leaders: they began this rally back in June 2010, a month before Gold and two months Oil hit lift off: With that … Continue reading

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Why the “Is QE 3 Coming?” Debate is a Moot Point Pt 2

This is a continuation of an essay I wrote yesterday concerning the Fed’s moves during the financial crisis. As a recap, here are those moves again: The Federal Reserve cutting interest rates from 5.25-0.25% (Sept ’07-today) The Bear Stearns deal/ … Continue reading

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Why the “Is QE 3 Coming?” Debate is a Moot Point

The QE 3 debate has been raging ever since the Fed announced QE 2 in November 2010. However, this debate is moot. The reason is because the Fed HAS to perform QE 3 in some form or another. Indeed, the … Continue reading

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The Time to Prepare for Hyper-Inflation is BEFORE It EXPLODES

This is a continuation of a series of essays I wrote concerning the global shift away from the US Dollar as reserve currency. If you missed those essays, a brief recap of the items listed were: 1)   China and Russia … Continue reading

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