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I was inspired by Max Keiser’s repost of his interview with Jim Willie-- so I’ve put up one of his videos, actually from today. Since early this summer, Willie has had the trends in the gold market nailed to a tee.

In this latest interview, Willie elaborates on the governmental power moves behind the scenes in the currency wars.  Willie explains some of the recent surges in gold and silver, as well as giving his predictions for the next six months.  He also goes into real-estate, Naked Shorts by JPM and HSBC, and the Fascist Business Model!!! --Chris@ Marketshorter.com

 The FED’s printing sprees should create better opportunities for shorting. It’s becoming more apparent that the US is likely caught in a long term, Japanese style stagnation. With QE2 now officially underway, we should become accustomed to these periodical jump-starts in order to revive the morbid economy.

The upward shock we saw today should create ebbs in securities. These should obviously occur during the time between bouts of QE, as the economy falls back into its liquidity trap. The printed money will temporarily ignite stocks on Wall Street, but should find its way into foreign markets and commodities where the prospects and returns look better-- essentially, creating micro-bubbles.

DemocracyNow.org has ramped up its focus on the dark underside of quantitative easing. This interview with Michael Hudson is the latest in a string of reports with economists and financial reporters attempting to uncover the true ramifications of QE1 and QE2.   This is definitely must watch material, especially if you’re investing in markets. --Chris @ Marketshorter.com

 The FED’s printing sprees should create better opportunities for shorting. It’s becoming more apparent that the US is likely caught in a long term, Japanese style stagnation. With QE2 now officially underway, we should become accustomed to these periodical jump-starts in order to revive the morbid economy.

The upward shock we saw today should create ebbs in securities. These should obviously occur during the time between bouts of QE, as the economy falls back into its liquidity trap. The printed money will temporarily ignite stocks on Wall Street, but should find its way into foreign markets and commodities where the prospects and returns look better-- essentially, creating micro-bubbles.

 

Without a significant industrial resurgence, expect the economy to behave like a strung out junkie, where the only growths will come from liquidity hits. Further rounds of QE are scheduled and the market should have corrected considerably between now and the next one. Quantitative easing (QE) will only temporarily inflate asset prices while devaluing the currency—this should also prove to be a finite tactic.  

If the need for more QE continues, how long can the dollar hold off pressures and cries of currency manipulation from the global economy? The flagrant devaluation will make hyper inflation (dollar collapse) a serious concern for traders. This is something we do warn about.

Hedges in precious metals and commodities are a big part of our planning. Crude is still a sleeper. It hasn’t been as bullish compared to the jumps in other commodities and we are expecting a big surge sometime next year.

The pull back in equities should come sooner rather than later as we expect the effects of QE to be short lived. We are working hard to bring you another short list this upcoming week as we prospect the freshly inflated market.

NEW YORK (CNNMoney.com) -- U.S. stocks rallied Thursday, with the Dow climbing nearly 200 points a day after the Federal Reserve announced it will pump $600 billion into the economy.

After soaring more than 200 points earlier in the session, the Dow Jones industrial average (INDU) jumped 191 points, or 1.7%. The S&P 500 (SPX) climbed 18 points, or 1.5%, and the Nasdaq (COMP) rose 34 points, or 1.3%.

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1 GLD 122.49
+0.62 (0.51%)    
2 INX CA$0.47
0.000 (0.00%)    

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