Tag: QE2

Why Gold Is Heading Lower…

Why Gold Is Heading Lower…

| March 20, 2012 | 3 Comments

Gold’s had an epic bull run over the past seven years.  The precious metal rallied from just $400 an ounce, to reach a high of over $1,900 in September of 2011… a gain of over 380%! But to quote literary legend Robert Frost, “So dawn goes down to day.  Nothing gold can stay.”  And so […]

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Was QE2 A Waste Of Time?

Was QE2 A Waste Of Time?

| June 23, 2011 | 1 Comment

The Fed’s QE2 program is destined to become one of the most talked about economic policies of our generation.  The debate on whether or not the program was necessary, and what impact it had, will probably rage on for years. So what do we really know about QE2?  And more importantly, was it a waste […]

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Does The End of QE2 Spell Doom For The Stock Market?

Does The End of QE2 Spell Doom For The Stock Market?

| May 27, 2011 | 0 Comments

June is almost here.  And with it comes the official end to QE2.  Word is the Fed plans to end their well publicized bond buying program sometime next month. So what’s that mean to investors? I’ll explain in a moment, but first, a quick recap… QE2 was implemented by the Fed to inject money into […]

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