The Real Problem with Modern Monetary Theory
Up until the financial crisis, few people outside of economic circles had heard of quantitative easing. And even fewer people could pronounce it. In the aftermath of the financial crisis, ‘QE’ became a household phrase alongside terms like ‘derivatives’ and ‘subprime’.
Banks Ready for Biggest Credit Boom in History
It was only yesterday that I showed you more than a million Aussies with mortgages are in financial distress… …yet Aussie banks wouldn’t tell us that.[...]
What the Aussie Banks Aren’t Telling You
Suddenly the Aussie market takes a turn for the worst, and everyone is an expert on the doom and gloom. Listen here mainstream press. I’ve been doomy[...]