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    Why Fed Lowered-Interest, is a LOSER.

    This is a long video; and it's frankly better listened-to than watched. Important subjects are covered - the central theme is how our future, that is, investment, pensions, are all jeopardized by government debt, by artificially-low Central Bank (Federal Reserve) low-interest rates, and what it will do to people's pension-plans and investments.

    The Peak Prosperity video aims at upper-class viewers with large amounts invested...which is why the discussion is salted with liberal shibboleths and buzzwords. Nonetheless, their facts are undeniable and the predictions rational.

    I invite you to listen. Link up your Bluetooth headset and listen while you sort mail or do your household chores. Try to digest it. If you can, download the vid for repeat plays.


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    We all could see how Obama's Low to Nothing interest rates failed to stimulate an economy........

    Why?

    Because every other factor suggested investment in a business hostile climate was a mistake.



    A pro business climate can handle interest that is measured and rewards investment!
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    - Ronald Reagan

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    The government should not and cannot be in the business of "stimulating" the economy. An economy is millions of private parties making personal economic choices. Government can ONLY...GET OUT OF THE WAY.

    "Stimulating" leads to "Financializing" - which is where we're at now, where nothing is real, nothing intrinsic or organic. Everything is manipulated, up or down, to support the Daily Narrative.

    And when that comes apart...we become Bigger Venezuela.

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    well raising and lowering tarrifs is one way to stimulate it.
    sic semper tyrannis

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    No.

    It's a way to politicize the economy, with financial manipulation.

    The term is "Financialization." It's what's happening now, and the worst is still yet to come. Pension accounts and funds are going to be collapsing in job lots.

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