Federal Reserve

Created in 1913 with the enactment of the Federal Reserve Act, the Federal Reserve (the Fed) is the central banking system of the U.S. The Fed functions as the bank of the U.S. government, overseeing the nation’s financial institutions. As the central bank, the Fed safeguards and manages the U.S. economy and its money supply with its economic and monetary policies, which makes it a very powerful global player. Ben Bernanke is the current chairman of the Federal Reserve.


Economic Collapse: Bill Gross Says Low Interest Rates Have Created “Zombie” Corporations

By Friday, July 31, 2015

Historically low interest rates over the last several years did more than dramatically increase the money supply; they set the stage for a monumental economic collapse that could send bond yields sky high. Or at least that’s the opinion of billionaire investor Bill Gross, also known as the “The Bond King.”Gross earned a stellar. Read More

Economic Collapse: Alan Greenspan Says Soaring Government Spending “Extremely Dangerous” to U.S. Economy

By Thursday, July 30, 2015

Economic-CollapseReckless government spending is hurting the U.S. economy and sending the nation towards an economic collapse. At least, that’s the warning from former Fed chairman Alan Greenspan.In an interview in a CNBC “Closing Bell” on Wednesday July 29th, Greenspan warned that rising entitlement costs and government expenditures have. Read More

Gold Price Forecast: Gold and Silver are the Only Safe Havens from a Stock Market Crash

By Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Gold Price ForecastBy raising interest rates later this year, the Federal Reserve may accidently incite a stock market crash, driving investors to safe haven assets like gold. Janet Yellen has repeatedly suggested improving economic conditions would justify a long overdue rate hike, but the Fed may be underestimating the market’s addiction to cheap. Read More

What Economic Growth? One-Third of Americans Say They Are Now Poorer

By Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Economic growthAccording to a Gallup survey, 51% of Americans say that they are in the middle or upper-middle class. Between 2000 and 2008, an average of 61% of Americans identified themselves to be in middle and upper-middle class. (Source: Gallup, April 28, 2015.)In the survey, the percentage of Americans identifying themselves as working or lower. Read More

Gold Price Forecast: Are Gold Prices About to Hit $800?

By Saturday, July 25, 2015

Gold Prices About to Hit $800The worst may not yet be over for gold investors. According to a new gold price forecast by Morgan Stanley, spot rates have a lot more room to fall.This week has been a tough week for the yellow metal. Gold dropped 6.3% over 10 days of losses. On Monday, July 20th, gold prices reached a five-year low of $1,080.According to the investment bank,. Read More

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