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The Fed Buying Stocks Signals the End of Capitalism (Video)

By EconMatters We discuss some of the pitfalls regarding this idea being contemplated by the Federal Reserve in this video. The fact that this idea can even be brought up for debate is a bad sign for the Price Discovery Process. Bad Precedents like these should be avoided at all cost, come what may in the void! © EconMatters All Rights Reserved | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | Email Diges
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