Monetary Policy

Monetary policy is the mechanism through which the supply of money is controlled by monetary authorities. The goal of almost every monetary authority around the world is stability of prices. If prices are unstable—either too high or, in some circumstances, decreasing—this causes unforeseen and unwanted consequences for the economy as a whole. Monetary authorities usually enact changes to interest rates for the purpose of changing the demand for money. Monetary policy can be either expanding, when interest rates are lowered and more money is available at a cheaper, or contracting, when interest rates are raised to make money more expensive to slow price increases.


Economic Collapse: U.S. Wage Growth Slowest in 33 Years

By Sunday, August 2, 2015

Although the U.S. labor market has seen steady declines in unemployment, wage growth has ground to a near standstill, suggesting the U.S. economy is far less stable than commonly believed. The Employment Cost Index edged only 0.2% in the second quarter; the smallest gain since the index was created in 1982. The new data has stoked fears. Read More

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

Strong U.S. Dollar: How Much of a Stock Market Threat?

By Wednesday, March 11, 2015

U.S. Dollar StrengthImproving unemployment numbers added fuel to the rise in the U.S. dollar. While the U.S. dollar’s strength is likely to be a major issue this year, long-term investors shouldn’t worry.Let me explain…U.S. Dollar Gaining StrengthThere is a glimmer of hope, as the U.S. dollar index (a measure of the U.S. dollar’s strength relative. Read More

Two Micro-Caps Suggesting Fourth-Quarter Earnings Boost

By Monday, November 10, 2014

Micro-Cap Stocks Suggesting Fourth-Quarter Earnings BoostLots of corporate earnings are still streaming in for the third quarter, though mostly among smaller-cap companies. Top-line growth certainly isn’t robust, but it’s not bad either. The surprise I’ve noticed in third-quarter reporting has been the profitability. There has been plenty of double-digit comparable earnings. Read More

How the Markets Will Close Out 2014

By Friday, October 31, 2014

Markets Will Close Out 2014Credit card companies are some of the best indicators in the global economy. Visa Inc. (V) just reported a pretty decent quarter. While earnings were down comparatively due to a one-time charge, adjusted earnings handily beat consensus.The company’s fiscal fourth quarter came in solid, with growth of 10% on a constant dollar basis. Read More

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