The Fed Wants You To Beg For QE3

Tuesday, September 27, 2011
By Paul Martin

by Brandon Smith of Alt-Market
ZeroHedge.com
09/27/2011

The psychological effects of the Dow are undeniable. When
the average investor or even consumer sees green, life is good, even if
every other indicator in the economy clearly says otherwise. For the common Dow lemming, “green” supplants reason, mathematics, instinct, and blatant logic. If
mushroom clouds came in that particular shade of bull market green,
nuclear holocaust would be welcomed with beers, barbeque, and jubilee. Green in the Dollar Index is no different. Many
market joyriders and MSM parrots decree victory for Team Dollar without
even a remedial understanding of the implications of dollar strength
being measured against multiple faltering currencies across the globe. Just
because the Euro, for instance, is nearly as superfluous as the
greenback, this does not mean the dollar is a stable or healthy currency
by default. They are BOTH screwed. But hey, as long as that little ticker points up, all is right with the world……right?

Red is the ultimate party stopper. Red makes Americans pause and reflect. It
makes them question their economic sensibilities, their political
loyalties, their futures, perhaps even their choice of marriage partners
or favorite football team. The sight of red in the Dow brings to mind thoughts of recession, depression, collapse. At
bottom, red makes our government and the people charged with
safeguarding U.S. financial good-time-tootie-fruitiness look bad. Red?! Red?! Vote the bums out!

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