Fed Reserve: Conspiracy and Deceit?

The News Behind the news: The Congress and the public had to be deceived in order to pass the Federal Reserve Act. Watch the segment preview: To watch the full segment please make a donation below. FULL DISCLOSURE® and THE FULL DISCLOSURE NETWORK® are registered trademarks Full Disclosure Network® is a registered trademark for electronic media […]

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Federal Reserve: Friend or Foe? #652-3

Author G. Edward Griffin explains that during the 1920s, the expansion of money supplies was not a steady advance but a series of convulsions, each cycle at a higher level than the previous one.

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Fed Reserve: Economic Turmoil Ahead? #652-2

B. Scott Minerd believes the Federal Reserve has a clear bias toward reducing unemployment and won’t tolerate a severe economic slowdown, and predicts that for the near term, we’ll continue to see higher asset prices across the board.

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Federal Reserve: Good or Bad? #651

G. Edward Griffin, author of “The Creature from Jekyll Island,” notes that the Federal Reserve isn’t part of the federal government, and describes it as a “banana or oil cartel.”

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Interest on Nothing & Virtual Financing #651-3

This Segment #3 of the Federal Reserve Series features B. Scott Minerd, Chief Investment Officer of Guggenheim Partners, LLC. G. who also is a member of the Market Advisory Board of the New York Federal Reserve Bank.

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Federal Reserve: Good or Bad? #652

G. Edward Griffin states that Quantitative Easing is a tricky word that sounds good, but is another way of creating money out of nothing and stealing from the taxpayers through inflation.

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Federal Reserve: Monopoly or Lender of Last Resort? #651-2

In this second segment of the on-going series, B. Scott Minerd, Global Chief Investment Officer of Guggenheim Partners describes the Federal Reserve as a novel concept in being a marginal provider of liquidity in times of crisis, such as the 1907 financial panic of skyrocketing interest rates.

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