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if the market shut down for 10 years."—Warren Buffett
“If the market shut down for 10 years, what investment would you
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What the Fed Wrote; What I Read
by Alfred Adask
I’m not an attorney, but for twelve years, I edited and published a magazine that focused on the law and judicial system. As a result of studying all that “legalese,” I became a dangerous man because: 1) our political and economic worlds are composed of words; and 2) I can read.
During my stint as editor, I learned that much of the language of law is intentionally deceptive. I learned to recognize many of the grammatical tricks used by lawyers and judges to seeming say one thing while in fact saying something very different or even opposite to whatever most people would suppose. Over time I learned to read the “white” on the paper, as well as the “black”. I learned to read that which was implied almost as clearly as that which was expressed.
The people at the Federal Reserve are at least as skillful at the use of deceptive language as lawyers. A good example of the Fed’s subtlety and deception is seen in the Fed’s September 18th announcement that there’d be no “tapering” of Fed purchases of bonds and mortgage-backed securities (derivatives) in the near future.
If you’d like to read a complete copy of the Fed’s announcement, visit: 2013 Monetary Policy Releases
Here are few excerpts of what the Fed wrote in that announcement and what I read:
• The Fed wrote:
“Information received since the Federal Open Market Committee met in July suggests that economic activity has been expanding at a moderate pace. Some indicators of labor market conditions have shown further improvement in recent months, but the unemployment rate remains elevated.”
We are coming into a mid-term election in just 14 months. If unemployment remains high, voters will lynch the Democrats. The Fed signals that the primary problem they intend to address over the next 13 months is unemployment . Other concerns will be deemed secondary.
• The Fed wrote:
“Household spending and business fixed investment advanced, and the housing sector has been strengthening, but mortgage rates have risen further and fiscal policy is restraining economic growth.”
Nothing will be done to stimulate “household spending” and “business fixed investment” since both are advancing on their own and are apparently deemed to be at satisfactory levels.
However, the second problem (after unemployment) that the Fed will address is rising mortgage rates.
Implication: mortgage rates will not rise in the near-term and may actually fall between now and the mid-term election .
I’m not sure what the Fed means by “fiscal policy is restraining economic growth”.
However, they certainly imply that government is doing something to restrain economic growth. Whatever it is, the Fed disagrees with that governmental “fiscal policy”.
The Fed’s critical reference to “fiscal policy” faintly suggests that if we have a collapse, don’t blame the Fed—the fault will be that of the government and especially the Congress. The Fed’s language seems to create evidence of its own “innocence”.
If so, the Fed implies that:
1) the risk of some sort of economic downturn is rising; and
2) the Fed doesn’t want to take the blame if the stuff hits the fan.
Instead, the Fed wants to cover its backside and lay a foundation now for blaming government for any future economic downturn.
By doing so, the Fed faintly suggests that its relationship with government in general and the Congress in particular may be increasingly adversarial.
The Fed’s criticism of “fiscal policy” signals that the Fed and Congress aren’t marching in lockstep. Their united front may be superficial and about to crumble. Behind Obama’s and Bernanke’s placid facade, there may be division or even acrimony.
If so, who is really in control? Bernanke? Obama? Anyone?
• The Fed wrote:
“Apart from fluctuations due to changes in energy prices, inflation has been running below the Committee's longer-run objective, but longer-term inflation expectations have remained stable.”
The Fed complains that the current rate of inflation is too low and expresses its determination to raise the rate of inflation.
The “official” rate of inflation is 1.5% but does not include variables like “fluctuations in energy prices”. However, by including such variables, John Williams at Shadowstats.com concludes that the real rate of inflation is running between 5% and 9%. I believe Williams. If he’s right, the Fed intends to raise the real rate of inflation.
This conclusion is consistent with world’s initial reactions to the Fed’s September 18th announcement of “no tapering”. As measured on the US Dollar Index, the value of the fiat dollar fell over 1 point (1.3%) in a matter of hours. Many foreign currencies rose by 2 to 3% in relation to the dollar. Gold jumped $55 (4.2%). Silver shot up $1.23 (5.64%). All of these dramatic events indicated that world markets believed the Fed’s announcement signaled its intent to significantly increase the real rate of dollar inflation.
• The Fed wrote:
“Consistent with its statutory mandate, the Committee seeks to foster maximum employment and price stability. The Committee expects that, with appropriate policy accommodation, economic growth will pick up from its recent pace and the unemployment rate will gradually decline toward levels the Committee judges consistent with its dual mandate.”
The Fed’s “dual mandate” is a legal obligation to foster: 1) maximum employment; and 2) price stability.
But is it possible to have full employment and price stability without government price controls? Isn’t it true that as we approach full employment in a free market, increased demand for goods and services will cause rising prices and rising inflation?
If so, aren’t “maximum employment” and “price stability” antagonistic?
Does the Fed believe that by causing inflation and rising prices the Fed can indirectly cause increased employment? I.e., can inflation’s “tail” wag employment’s “dog”?
The truth is that the Fed has never worked to maintain price stability. Instead, the Fed has always worked to hold inflation at a fairly steady rate of about 2% per year. Instead of price stability, the Fed has worked to maintain “inflation stability”. Not too fast, not too slow, but juuust right.
By declaring that “The Committee expects that, with appropriate policy accommodation, economic growth will pick up . . . ,” the Fed again seems to dump responsibility for any future economic downturn onto government. The Fed is telling us for the second time that its current actions should cause the economy to “pick up”—provided that those idiots in Congress and the White House make the “appropriate policy accommodations”.
What’s the Fed mean by “appropriate policy accommodation”? They mean that the gov-co should do whatever it is that the Fed recommends.
However, if the governmental “idiots” screw up and fail to enact “appropriate policy accommodations” (laws and regulations), the economy could tank and thereby defeat the Fed’s valiant efforts. If so, blame the politicians, not the Fed.
The fact that the Fed qualified its “expectation” of economic growth with uncertainly about “appropriate policy accommodation” implies that the Fed doubts that Congress and President will do the “appropriate” thing.
Again, with the “appropriate policy accommodation” qualification, the Fed implicitly distances itself from the government and attempts to shift blame for any coming economic downturn to the government.
Thus, the Fed again implies that chances for a significant economic downturn in the near future are at least high enough to warrant concern. In order to evade responsibility for that possible future downturn, the Fed is already blaming politicians before the downturn happens . If the stuff hits the fan, the Fed can point to this current announcement and say, See, we warned you that if the idiots in gov-co don’t do the “appropriate” thing, the system might suffer and the politicians (rather than the Fed) should be held responsible.
This is the second instance in the Fed’s announcement that suggests:
Nothing we’ve seen so far guarantees that a significant economic downturn will happen in the next 13 months. But much of what we’ve seen implies that the Powers That Be are much concerned that the probability of such downturn is high and possibly rising.
- The probability of a future downturn is significant; and,
- The relationship between the Fed and the politicians may be increasingly divisive and even acrimonious.
• The Fed wrote:
“The Committee recognizes that inflation persistently below its 2 percent objective could pose risks to economic performance, but it anticipates that inflation will move back toward its objective over the medium term.”
But inflation is not “below its 2 percent objective”. Inflation is probably 5% to 9%. Nevertheless, for the second time in this announcement, the Fed indicates that it wants higher inflation. The Fed implies that inflation will only rise to 2%, but if John Williams at Shadowstats.com is right, the real inflation rate is already at least 5%. If so, the Fed intends to bump the real inflation rate even higher—not to 2% but to 6% or 10% or who knows where? Real, double-digit inflation is possible.
• The Fed wrote:
“[T]he Committee decided to await more evidence that progress will be sustained before adjusting the pace of its purchases. Accordingly, the Committee decided to continue purchasing additional agency mortgage-backed securities at a pace of $40 billion per month and longer-term Treasury securities at a pace of $45 billion per month.”
There’s not enough evidence of economic “progress” to believe that the economy can sustain itself without the injection of $85 billion in freshly “spun” currency each month ($1 trillion per year; over $3,000 for each man, woman and child in the US).
The economy is not even sufficiently improved to reduce the monthly QE3 by $10 billion per month. Thus, the economy is still on life support and arguably no better off than when QE3 began last Fall.
• The Fed wrote:
“The Committee will closely monitor incoming information on economic and financial developments in coming months and will continue its purchases of Treasury and agency mortgage-backed securities, and employ its other policy tools as appropriate, until the outlook for the labor market has improved substantially in a context of price stability.”
The Fed will continue to spend $85 billion per month on US Treasuries and “mortgage-backed securities” (“derivatives”) until: 1) employment is up; and 2) prices are stable (no inflation).
I doubt that the government can simultaneously produce more jobs and price stability (little or no inflation).
I know that gov-co can’t produce many more jobs very soon.
I believe that the Fed’s determination to inflate the dollar will last at least until the A.D. 2014 election. Therefore “price stability” is at least a year away and is more likely to be several years away.
This doesn’t mean that QE3 will continue until Hell freezes over, but it implies that it’ll last for at least another year and probably more.
• The Fed wrote:
“To support continued progress toward maximum employment and price stability, the Committee today reaffirmed its view that a highly accommodative stance of monetary policy will remain appropriate for a considerable time after the asset purchase program ends and the economic recovery strengthens.”
“Continued progress”? “Maximum employment and price stability”? How heroic. How inspiring.
The Fed’s language sounds increasingly like something written by the former Soviet Union that everyone knew was nothing but propaganda and bold-faced lies.
It’s not surprising that the Fed’s prose should emulate the former Soviet Union’s propaganda. The Soviet’s believed in “central planning” of their economy. The Fed is implementing “central planning” for the American economy.
I’m reading the Fed’s language as conducive to authoritarianism and Big Brother.
• The Fed wrote:
“In particular, the Committee decided to keep the target range for the federal funds rate at 0 to 1/4 percent and currently anticipates that this exceptionally low range for the federal funds rate will be appropriate at least as long as the unemployment rate remains above 6-1/2 percent, inflation between one and two years ahead is projected to be no more than a half percentage point above the Committee's 2 percent longer-run goal, and longer-term inflation expectations continue to be well anchored. “
Interest rates will be kept at irrationally low levels until unemployment levels fall below 6.5% and inflation is projected to be no more than 2.5%.
The Fed didn’t say if they meant “official” or “real” unemployment and inflation rates.
Reducing the “official” unemployment rate (7.3%) to the Fed’s target 6.5% doesn’t sound like too much of a chore. I could happen in 1 or 2 years.
However, I can’t see how the economy can improve until the “real” unemployment rate (estimated to be 9.7% by the New Yorker, 14.3% by Forbes, and over 23% by Jerome Corsi and also by John Williams at Shadowstats.com) is reduced to, say, 5% to 6%. That reduction won’t be fast or easy and could drag on for at least three years.
The real rate of inflation is going to rise over the next year—perhaps to double-digit levels.
Based on increased inflation, US Bonds may suffer a serious decline in value.
Those who have capital stored in US banks will receive interest rate gains that are small and well below inflation rates losses.
Capital will therefore flee the US.
Interest rates may be amazingly low, but there’ll be little or no capital available to be borrowed. Access to mortgages and consumer credit will diminish. Only productive businesses will have access to “cheap” credit.
If so, the U.S. will enjoy irrationally low interest rates, but may also suffer increased inflation (possibly double-digit) plus an outflow of capital for some considerable time into the future.
Third world economies will be stimulated by the influx of American dollars; the US economy will be decimated by inflation and the outflow of capital.
Because the Fed’s objectives are not only difficult, sometimes contradictory, and often irrational, I begin to suspect that they might only be “achieved” (however superficially) by means of price controls.
I see little cause for celebration in the Fed’s September 18th announcement. Instead, closely read, that announcement tells me that a significant downturn is likely—not certain, but likely—within the next year. Even if the downturn is avoided, serious inflation seems inevitable.
Those who store their wealth in the form of paper dollars will lose their assets. Those who store their wealth in the form of gold will see their wealth at least preserved and probably increased.
The ‘HOUSE’ and John Boehner are talking tough – NOW shock us all and ACT!
BY ADMIN, ON SEPTEMBER 19TH, 2013 Laurie Roth
How many tough guy moments at the microphone can America endure from conservatives and the GOP? It is hardly ‘tin helmet’ or extremist anymore to say that America, her Constitution, Bill of Rights and Judeo-Christian values have been at war with Obama since the beginning of his fraudulent reign. He intends to completely destroy, tame and control us all if our elected leaders and the people don’t rise up and stand against him.As chunks of Americans have experienced their wake up call (a little late I might add) the battles have escalated with Obama and those against his UN Constitutional and corrupt behavior. As the Obama train began he unfolded his name-calling plan.
Us ‘bitter clingers’ were the early problem Obama identified — that is those of us who valued our Bibles and guns. Obama knew the heart of Americas wouldn’t just give up their 1st amendment, Religious and gun rights without a bloody battle. We wouldn’t exchange the God of the Holy Bible and our real birthright with Obama and his phony birthright. He was right.
It has become clear and is under alleged investigation that Obama uses the IRS, NSA, EPA, CZARS and all other Government tentacles to seek and destroy his enemies. He and his ‘plausible deniability shields’ are busy 24/7. Some conservative groups are fighting back but not nearly enough. ACLJ announced early this year a class action lawsuit representing at least 25 conservative groups against the illegal attacks by the IRS. Let’s see some more and clog up the courts.
We were called ‘birthers’ for daring to expose and confront Obama’s birth certificate lies and fraud. As a former independent Candidate for President I did Only Taints, suing Obama for his identity and birth certificate fraud, twice, represent a plaintiff. The investigations and push continue with Sheriff Joe Arpaio and his investigators. We shall see if Congress ever does anything with this ball. This week Orly Taitz forwarded information that she had found now released documents from Occidental College showing Obama was indeed a foreign student and had Indonesian citizen ship when he attended there. This is massive in its fraud and crime. What will congress do about this?
House Speaker John Boehner, who has often been a major disappointment to Americans with his endless compromises, has allegedly had a sudden turnaround. GOP leaders announced that they are planning a vote Friday, Sept. 20th. According to Fox News, GOP leaders are putting forth a Bill that will tie the vote to de-fund the health care bill with the bill to fund the government and its operations. Defunding Obamacare is on the battlefield right now with the debt ceiling and Government shutdown war.
Obama is doing the usual fear mongering and attacks against the GOP and their plans. How dare they want the poor people, children and Mommies not to have health care! Apparently, the conservatives in the House want our elderly not to get their social security and Medicare payments on time either. The GOP and Boehner must follow through and realize that the attacks, threats and lies about their plans to defund this ‘holy grail’ of Obama will be the bloodiest political and power war they have ever fought.
I talked at length about this with my husband this morning and he thought that perhaps the American people would only snap out of their complacency if Obamacare were just allowed to unfold. He said, when the masses finally see the endless lies unfolding…doubling and tripling of health insurance prices, dramatically less care, fines everywhere and seniors not getting care, the people will rise up against Obama and he will lose the 2014 mid term elections battle.
That may be true, however, my deepest concern is that every inch we politically give Obama he takes a mile. Also, the people become increasingly trained to be big Government dependent surfs. The more this Unconstitutional health care bill increases its controls on the people my fear is that the masses won’t be able to rise up even if they want to. Like all dictatorships…they will be dependent, threatened and trained to submit, expecting a Government surprise here and there yet living on dog bones…and being thankful for it!
Stand behind the House and their plan to push defunding. We cannot allow the health care bill to survive. It will end up being the Obama tool that controls your lifespan, accesses your bank accounts and publicizes your private information and medical records. The House has peered behind the curtain, now they must follow through and show some guts for once! This is war and we must win!
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Law of Averages
by Herbalist Wendy Wilson
We hear this expression a lot but what does it really mean? According to scientists, it is often used as inferior logic. What the law of averages refers to (apparently incorrectly) is what is known as law of large numbers. Often the law of averages is used when there are too few outcomes to satisfy the law of large numbers. Tossing a coin to determine heads or tails is often an example of law of averages even though each toss is an independent event. Baseball statistics (batting averages) is another example. The law of averages is explained by scientists as not a law at all but is more accurately described as gambler's fallacy. What we really want to say is the law of probability and what influences the outcome; short-term or long-term. How does this factor in to what you are eating and your health? Let's take a look.
The FDA has acceptable levels of what is known as "defect level" in foods. There is an acceptable level of chemical, bacterial and animal or bug contamination in consumer products. According to the FDA, most manufacturers' defect levels don't represent the average product produced – averages are said to be much lower. When the defect level gets too high the FDA calls this product "adulterated" and it can be recalled. Samples are randomly tested to calculate contamination impact (law of probability). The FDA criteria used will report on such unapproved ingredients as; hair (human and or animal) and length of hair, sizes of insect fragments, bacteria, mold and other filth. If animal parts are discovered, the species is identified. Other things taken into consideration are; agricultural and harvesting processes and product processing. The FDA's position on chemicals, which control pests, rodents or other natural contaminants, in foods has little impact and therefore the food products are not called adulterated. Why? Because, they reason that the purpose of such chemicals was to control pests on food plants. The average adult will eat over 2,000 pounds of food in a year. What does the law of probability say could be in food?
FACT: A chocolate bar contains eight (8) insect legs. So, the law of probability says eight insect legs per chocolate bar. The average person consumes 10,000 chocolate bars in a lifetime. That would calculate to 80,000 insect legs, which is about 1.5 pounds. http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/lifestyle/2012/03/bugging-out-chocolate-allergy-linked-to-roaches/
According to www.foodallergy.org there are 15 million Americans with food allergies. Worldwide the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology report that 10% of the population has food allergies. Almost 40% of children are allergic to foods and report severe reactions. The big food culprits in order of prevalence are; peanuts, milk and shellfish. The frightening thing is that over the last fifty (50) years food allergies have been on the rise, especially in industrialized nations. With regard to school age children; food sensitivity rates with just one or two allergens is now nearly 50%. About 13% of the US population suffers from sinusitis (most often associated with a milk allergy) and 13% to 17% (depending on race) have skin allergies. One interesting statistic is on a global scale, 50% who are allergic to insect bites experience a fatal reaction with no previous medical history of a reaction. http://www.aaaai.org/about-the-aaaai/newsroom/allergy-statistics.aspx According to allergist Dr. Morton Teich, a majority of foods will contain bug contaminants, which can fall into an acceptable level according to the FDA. Some people think that they are allergic to a particular food (say chocolate) but maybe it is the extra bug protein they are allergic to. Dr. Teich states, "Anything more than 60 insect pieces per 100 grams (3.5 oz. standard chocolate bar) of chocolate is rejected by the FDA." So, if you eat a food that produces the symptoms of hives, itching, eczema, migraines or digestive cramping it could be the trace amounts of insect parts that are ground up into the food product creating the allergic reaction. This can also apply to pet food and pet allergies.
Chocolate isn't the only foods that have bug parts and can cause allergic reactions. Most often allergists will have a list of complaints from patients and the foods most often listed are; peanut butter, macaroni, fruits, cheese, popcorn and wheat. Cockroach allergies are common and there are now tests to determine if this is what you are allergic to. Common symptoms are; skin rashes, respiratory problems and asthma. There are over 5,000 cockroaches worldwide. Apparently cockroaches are attracted to coco beans and their droppings are all over them. Skin testing is nothing new, a little jab of the allergen under the skin to see if you react. In 1943, cockroaches were added to the skin test. Makes you wonder what allergists put in the cockroach allergy shots. The law of probability says that food or cosmetics which is 100% insect, allergen, bacteria, mold or uncontaminated with other filth does not exist.
WHAT ARE THE CHANCES?
There are places on this earth where people think bugs are the food and not a contaminant. For instance; in Hanoi Vietnam deep fried scorpion are to die for and in Cambodia fried spiders are a crispy delight. What about going to China for some bee larvae cooked in soy sauce or fried grasshoppers? Down under in Australia you can have some raw or roasted witchetty grubs, which are said to taste like almonds and cream. I'll take their word for it. In Japan they put digger wasps into dough to make their own version of chip cookies. You'll get five or more insects per cookie. They are boiled first and the stingers are not removed. In South Korea you can order some silkworm larvae soup or stew. In Thailand the Department of Food Technology can provide you with local style cooking; with bugs of course. A little dung beetle Chili Con Carne or perhaps some roasted termites with salt? I hear these types of foods have 60% protein and 6% fat compared to 18% protein and 18% fat in your average hamburger. In Asia a protein snack is insect sushi. The law of probability says that I'll eat bugs for food (on purpose) when there is nothing else to eat. http://www.environmentalgraffiti.com/featured/7-most-disgusting-insect-delicacies-on-earth/13723
CUTTING THE ODDS
How can you reduce the probability that bugs will be in your foods? Avoid prepackaged foods and cook from scratch. Eat certified organic fruits and vegetables to eliminate the pesticide chemicals and wash the produce well to remove insect residues before eating it. For the cleanest supplements avoid the Chinese products unless from a highly trusted source because the Chinese can include insect and animal parts as part of their formulation. Therefore, I recommend only certified organic whole plant food supplements.
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