drdonar :Just listened to the call...packed with information...but a few questions for those smarter than me...I have torn the cbi ss apart and can't seem to find where they possibly have a rate other than the program rate....how do you drop 3 zeros from a 500 note? And speaking of the amount of iqd our govt holds, I recall years back Frank used the FOIA, freedom of information act, to obtain that info and it was 22 trillion if my memory serves me...does anyone else recall the number?
Frank26: MEMORIZE THIS FRIEND :
At the present time the MR collects 000's from the CURRENCY. EX: Citizens .... Get You boodies into the banks and open accounts !!! Physically.
When article 8 is lifted it will be because the 000's from the EXCHANGE RATE of the IQD will have been lifted.
First one takes time and breaking ancient habits by citizens.
The second one takes ......... NANO SECONDS !!!
Got it? Got Milk? Good.
Now get me some COOOOOOOOOOOOOOKIES !!! with that milk and honey. KTFA Frank
FrostyTheSnowman : BackDoc ... "... hiding in plain sight." <<< excellent observation!
You know ... I think we've all gotten a little spoiled lately ... (in a good way).
Remember the days (like 5-6 years ago) ... when ONE encouraging article a WEEK would come out ... and we'd read, re-read and absorb that ONE article? Clinging to the ONE crumb of good news ... and pretend it was like a meal!
Man oh man! ... How things have changed!
Lately WalkingStick and other newshounds restock the "all-you-can-eat news buffet" almost on an hourly basis ... then good folks like yourself help us understand it.
Simply incredible times ... indeed ... simply "hiding in plain sight!" Frosty
Frank26: Stupendous observation FROSTY !!!
That is the viscosity of the Lava Flow changing into a more fluid state.
Backdoc » April 14th, 2015, 8:56 am
Extreme valuations: Bonds, stocks near bubble territory
Jenny Cosgrave | @jenny_cosgrave CNBC.com
Lofty valuations in both bonds and stocks are seen as one of the biggest risks for markets, as fears of a "valuation bubble" reach record highs, a fund manager poll has shown.
Around 13 percent of managers see "equity bubbles" as the biggest tail risk for markets, up from 2 percent in February, according to the Bank of America Merrill Lynch fund manager survey for April, out on Tuesday.
In addition, the proportion of investors saying equity markets were overvalued reached its highest level since 2000.
A net 25 percent of fund managers polled said global equities were overvalued, up from a net 23 percent in March and 8 percent in February, but well-short of the record high of 42 percent hit in 1999.
One hundred and seventy-seven investors, with a total of $494 billion under management, were polled by BofA ML, both online and on the phone.
Bond valuation fears at record high
At the same time, the number of investors concerned bond market valuations have become stretched has reached a new high in the survey's history. Some 84 percent of the global panel said bonds were overvalued, up from a net 75 percent last month.
Global fund managers were most concerned about valuations in the U.S., with almost 70 percent viewing it as the priciest region in the world.
A bull run for equities is now in its sixth year on the back of extra liquidity provided by several central banks, including the U.S. Federal Reserve.
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The main concern for many in the market is that quantitative easing (QE) may have artificially pushed stocks higher during a period when earnings and data fundamentals were relatively weak.
This bond-buying from QE helped the pan-European FTSE Eurofirst 300 and the Japanese Nikkei 225 hit 15-year highs last week. Meanwhile, German bond yields are seen heading into negative territory and U.S. Treasurys stubbornly remain below 2 percent.
"April's survey offers further proof that global investors are front-running global monetary policy. We are seeing a form of rational exuberance in Europe where a positive view on stocks is supported by fundamentals – but investors no longer believe valuations are cheap," said Manish Kabra, European equity and quantitative strategist, at BAML.
Dollar bulls hang on
As investors prep for a rise in interest rates in the U.S., they expect currencies to come under increasing volatility.
Around 18 percent of the investors polled said the foreign exchange market was more vulnerable than any other asset class, a rise of 5 percentage points on the previous month.
An increasing number of investors said the dollar was overvalued against the euro and the yen. However, the majority of investors still expected the dollar to appreciate and the euro to depreciate in the coming year, according to the survey.
Lightworker April 14, 2015 at 10:23am Copied from Twitter
IMF @IMFNews · Lower oil prices. Large currency movements. What’s their impact on the global economy? #WEO http://ow.ly/LAAcL
IMF @IMFNews : Adjustment of exchange rates among $, € and ¥ must be seen, on net, as good news for world economy #WEO http://ow.ly/LAIuV
Danny S. April 14, 2015 at 11:28am Gold & Silver bouncing back into "the zone" off of this am's bottom, with a return to significant volume this week so far. All we need now are some happy Kurds & Iraqis, I believe. Would love to hear some confirmation on bond sales pay-outs and Exo's USN/TRN "buzzing" effects....
Stage3Alpha Theme is “The Wizard of Oz “ today
Dee : April 14, 2015 Good morning everyone! Hope everyone has a great day! Follow the yellow brick road, on our way to Oz
dinardiva Funny frank26 cc notes from last night said: Follow The Yellow Brick Road !!!!
Corporalbrig Elton John - Goodbye Yellow Brick Road Lyrics:
IP April 14, 2015 at 11:51am [Jester] THE UST IS TRYING TO ACT RIGHT... TRYING TO GET THINGS DONE... AND THE BAD GUYS LAST DITCH EFFORT IS TO BLOCK THINGS WITH THE USE OF THE FED RESERVE...
[Hoosier Girl] Jester The Last Fight
[PollyP] makes me want to say bad words
[Jester] THIS FIGHT SHOULD NOT LAST LONG... THE GOOD GUYS CERTAINLY HAVE THE WHEREWITHAL TO TAKE ON A FEW ARROGANT BANKERS...
D.K.C. The Secret of Oz: About the real history of our money here in the US and the imagery Frank Baum used in his childrens books. Sit Listen and Learn for an hour. this is NOT conspiracy theory. This IS FACT. This is History. This is our future.
Bookman OldStyle > D.K.C. April 14, 2015 Yes! The liberty movement of today is a less knowledgeable version of the 1890s populist movement. If only Americans were as educated about the "Money Power" today, but sadly our minds are the victims of modern media technology, the wizard behind the curtain.
D.K.C. > Bookman OldStyle People should watch this video again...It's shocking, enlightening, and horrifying how the bankers have controlled us all...and still do ...They truely are an evil group....they caused the great depression to enhance their profits and they kill millions every year in wars that they make to increase their profits.....sickening...they actually call the "sheeple" or US voters the "Inferior social stratum of society" Everyone should watch this again......and pass it on ... It also shows what heros Presidents Jackson, Lincoln, Garfeild, and Kennedy were...and some were assasinated for it....
Imagist > 'Don't pay any attention to the man behind the curtain'