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MM #120 – Bold BOJ vs. Fearful Fed

It was a big week for central banks, with implications going well beyond the short-term market reactions. We start with the immediate takeaways and continue to the long-term consequences. You are welcome to listen, subscribe, provide feedback and pledge support on Patreon. FED – what happened and what’s next: No change in rates, but we […]

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Interview with David Stein on investment, QE and lots more – #43

This week we have the pleasure to interview David Stein of Money for the Rest of Us, a fellow podcast host. We talk about investments, the smoke and mirrors around QE and lots more. You are welcome to listen, subscribe and provide feedback. The points we touch on are: David’s story: his interesting background from an investment consultant through teaching […]

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QE: Who got it right, Krugman or the Gold bugs? – #41

This episode of Market movers is dedicated to Quantitative Easing (QE). This happens as the “QE baton” is passed from the Federeal Reserve to the ECB. These banks are not alone. We define and explain it, review the main uses, the benefits and the secondary effects. Does it really work? Will central banks know how to unwind […]

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