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dpdoor (< 20)

Lower rates Via no Fed action



May 04, 2012 – Comments (1)

The best way to lower interest rates is to upset the stock market. With a volatile market more money goes into bonds which lowers interest rates. So if the fed does nothing then rates will go down without printing money. By July they can pump up the hiring at banks and government controlled business to still get a stock market rally in time for the elections.

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#1) On June 02, 2012 at 5:18 PM, dpdoor (< 20) wrote:

Just the fear of no fed action has done a great job of upseting the market, it has it's bigest monthly drop in 2years. The 10 year note is at a yeild of 1.5!

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