Rumor Has It the Fed Has Pulled the Plug on QE–Permanently

A stock trader sent this tidbit to me. It’s a quote from a research analyst:

It’s worth noting that central banks in the developed world pride themselves on preparing the markets for their actions so as not to cause excess volatility. The Fed has failed at this as their QE tapering communication has gone awry, causing markets to take a swoon. Bernanke’s chief job next week is to get control of the QE3 conversation and remind markets that the Fed will not do anything too hasty as it exits its massive stimulus programme.

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Fiscal Cliff 101

Illinois attempts to gather data on who is buying or selling precious metals. Why? Why does government collect data on anything–to find a way to control it.

Utah has passed a bill (HB 157) to provide for an alternative currency to the paper dollar, also known as “fiat money.” In Utah, gold and silver coins based on the market price of precious metals can be used to buy goods. This is the real money called for by our U. S. Constitution.

Is there a movement to return to the money of our constitution? Our founding fathers predicted the problems we are now experiencing in our economy–problems that are directly caused by our government using “fiat money,” paper dollars backed by nothing.

A preacher gives a very plain explanation of what has befallen the US dollar. He says plainly what economists, bankers, the Federal Reserve and the US Government have done to ruin the US dollar. Let he who has ears hear.

After listening, are you scratching your head? Maybe you have questions like this guy:

or this guy–Jim Cramer. You know him from CNBC’s Mad Money. According to Jim, the preacher from above is right:

So what’s an American to do?