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Quantitative Easing

Quantitative Easing

For those who watch the news, you’ll hear the term Quantitative Easing (QE) thrown around now and then when they talk about the central bank’s monetary policy.

One of the most significant issues caused by a recession is illiquidity and the drying up of credit. In 2008, the central bank started experimenting with ways to create liquidity without creating significant inflation—their solution is Quantitative Easing (QE).

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May 2021 Economic Report

May 2021 Economic Report

In my last economic report, I contrasted the differences between the 2008 and 2020 recessions. As the current economy recovers from last year’s shutdowns, this difference is becoming more pronounced.

The immediate threat to us now isn’t unemployment or a recession—it is unchecked inflation and the hyper-charging of the economy.

The Minimum Wage Trap

The Minimum Wage Trap

We are on the precipice of a significant stimulus rollout that has the potential of upending the economy as we know it.

While it sounds like a kindness, if the government tacks on a $15/hour minimum wage to this economic oversaturation scenario, the cost of goods and inflation will be augmented significantly which will hurt the very people intended to be helped.

Fed Policy Impedes Our Freedom

Fed Policy Impedes Our Freedom

In recent years, the Federal Reserve (the Fed) has become a major influence over the health of our economy. I have been contemplating the long-term effects of the Fed’s quantitative easing policy and I am worried that our freedoms are being eroded before our eyes with broad fanfare. I am going to explore my thoughts in this email and hope you join me for the journey.

A Lower-Class Recession?

A Lower-Class Recession?

I recently read two articles that pointed out how automobile and housing sales volumes are down, but the average sale prices are breaking records. These reports seem counterintuitive, seeing that government shutdowns across the country have caused severe economic stress and record-high unemployment.

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