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Fed is Moving to Allow Proprietary Trading Again?

By admin / June 7, 2018

  QUESTION: Why is the Fed moving to relax the Volcker Rule and allow banks to once again engage in proprietary trading? I figure if anyone knew the truth, it would be you Thank you in advance PH ANSWER: Yes, the Federal Reserve Board wants to roll back the Volcker Rule, which was imposed to […]


Making Sense of The Federal Reserve

By admin / June 4, 2018

  I was giving a lecture in Toronto to our institutional clients years ago and the central bank of Canada came with ten people. It was an interesting session because the audience began to ask me questions about what the central banks were looking at to make their decisions. I would answer and then the […]


Has Draghi Just Lost It?

By admin / May 9, 2018

QUESTION: Why are long-term yields on risky European debt below that of US Treasuries? Is this the European bubble madness? HN, Frankfurt ANSWER: This is unquestionably a bubble, but the buyer has been the ECB (European Central Bank). Yields on risky European bonds have been driven below the yields of long-dated US securities. The financial system […]


ECB is Charging the Banks for Supervising Them

By admin / May 4, 2018

Eurozone commercial banks will have to pay the European Central Bank 12% higher fees this year. The Eurozone banks must pay €474.8 million in fees for the supervisory services of the ECB. The cost of supervising the banks has risen to over €500 million and the ECB was to be paid. The ECB, on the one hand, […]


The Central Bank Crisis on the Immediate Horizon

By admin / April 18, 2018

While the majority keep bashing the Federal Reserve, other central banks seem to escape any criticism. The European Central Bank under Mario Draghi has engaged in what history will call the Great Monetary Experiment of the 21st Century – the daring experiment of negative interest rates. A look behind the scenes reveals that this experiment has […]


Draghi Confirms ECB Will not End QE

By admin / April 13, 2018

    Mario Draghi is by no means going to stop his Quantitative Easing program. All my sources behind the curtain express fear what will happen when Draghi leaves. Who will buy the government debt and who will keep subsidizing the governments of the Eurozone? Draghi has not merely declined to end Quantitative Easing, he has […]


Central Banks are not All the Same

By admin / April 8, 2018

QUESTION: Hi Marty, I am curious if you have a take on the BOJ. They own almost all of the JJB market and have stated explicitly they will buy it all. Now they own 77% of the Japanese ETF market. Is it folly to suggest that the US gov’t or FED is not doing the exact […]


The Federal Reserve Un-Discussed Structure

By admin / April 5, 2018

COMMENT: Your 4-2-18 FEDERAL RESERVE VS CONGRESS Blog should be framed & sent to every talk show host and politician in the country. It really puts everything in perspective. SC REPLY: What I find most astonishing is that to write that article, all you have to do is a little investigation. Nobody bothers to question anything. That […]


The Creature from Jekyll Island – Unprofessional Propaganda Book

By admin / March 9, 2018

QUESTION: Martin. Have you read the book Creature of Jekyll Island by Edward Griffin it is about the Feds and how they control? Many years ago I thought it was fiction but after reading it again it is true. My Question what can we do money will be what they want it to be the […]

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