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msg #70363
Ignore karennma
1/3/2009 5:07:38 PM

Can anyone tell me what the line represents in terms of the U.S. economy?
Is it printed money?
I do SEE that the line starts going up about the same time the market started tanking hard.
And Bernanke & Paulson were on TV everyday .. that was late summer, early Fall.

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msg #70364
Ignore Eman93
1/3/2009 5:32:46 PM

I thought the FED quit keeping stats on dollars about 4 years ago.

They are financing the debt with T-bills witch the whole world is buying up, go figure.

I urge you to read John Mauldin over at Investor Insights, he puts out a free weekly news letter, you can scann through all of his archives on line he nailed the sup prime in July of 07. This is real Macro and Global stuff.

This helps to explain why just printing money dose not always lead to big inflation.

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