Efforts to Revive the Economy Lead to Worries of a Bubble

Are we moving from the crash to the bubble, dispensing with that pesky economic recovery thing altogether?

The Federal Reserve is well into its third round of “quantitative easing,” in which it buys longer-term assets to bring down long-term lending rates. We are about five and a half years into the Fed’s extraordinary monetary policies (its out-of-the-box lending programs began before the crash, in late 2007).  Read more

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  1. The inflation bubble will always remain a threat as long as interest-based economies exist. As long as rates remain positive the bubble continues to grow. Increasing on reducing the rates on decides how much of the bubble is visible in market and how much is hidden in savings accounts.

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