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     >>>   "Yes" -   Bernanke is a willing tool of Wall Street's Biggest Banks
                at the expense of the American taxpayer. 

But Bernanke Is also
            A Scapegoat

                   >>> Was Spitzer Set up and Silenced So He Could Not Criticize
                   The Fed's "Socialism for Rich Bankers?

                   >>> Since late 2005, Bulges from TigerSoft's Accumulation Index in Foreign Currencies
                   Have Let Us See How Weak The Dollar Was and To Let Our Users
                   Profit from The Dollar's Decline. 


  by William Schmidt, Ph.D. (Columbia University)
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                      The Federal Reserve has now elevated the Greenspan/Bernanke Doctrine of inflating
                depressed markets with low interest rate credit to a new high level.  Now $400 billion dollars
                of Federal Reserve credit, at least, will be provided to key NY banks for their unwanted
                mortgage loans   The FED has not made it clear what other, if any, standards of need
                these banks must present.  The FED has also not indicated that there is any quid pro quo
                asked of, much less required, of these banks.  For example, it is not required that these
                banks use this emergency credit to extend credit, in turn, to their own customers.
                There is no indication that the FED has asked for, or demanded, any details from these
                banks as to how they got into their current predicament.  Apparently, the FED is not concerned
                with how reckless the banks lending policies were. So, these banks could again make
                loans to connected customers like Bush's Carlyle Group on the basis of 20 times presented
                collateral.   In other words,
the $400 billion credit is a simply a 100% unconditional bail out
                for well-connected, inner circle banks.

                      I wrote a dissertation about British Chancellors of the Exchequer.  All Chancellors
               since 1873 have been schooled in the advise given by Walter Bahehot, a sagacious writer
               about the workings of the (unwritten) English Constitution and money markets in crisis and not.
               In a financial crisis, he argued that the Bank of England should expand credit.
                                 "A panic, in a word, is a species of neuralgia, and according to the rules
                             of science you must not starve it. The holders of the cash reserve must be ready . . .
                            to advance it most freely for the liabilities of others."
                           ( http://www.imf.org/external/pubs/ft/fandd/1999/12/books.htm )

But to avoid a "run on the banks" in the first place, or making a panic worse, he counseled:
                                1. Only lend against good collateral to avoid losses for taxpayers at a later date.
                                2. Lend at sufficiently high interest rates to avoid the facility being used too
                                       freely by greedy
bankers motivated by short-term profits.
                                3. Make very public the availability of central bank offerings (loans). so as
                                      to avoid the appearance of impropriety or favoritism.
                    I would say Bernanke is violating each of the last three principles.  (1) He is now accepting
             mortgages which the rest of the market won't touch!  (2) Borrowing now for an inner circle bank is
             very cheap, hardly challenging.  (3)  The $400  billion credit is not available to everyone or
             even all banks.   It goes to a few favored clients.  There is no guarantee that the FED will
             disclose the loans it does make.  And
the Fed is making these loans unconditionally! 

                             Bernanke's Financial Philosophy and Its Failures

               Bernanke has long said the Fed's unnecessarily tight monetary policies contributed mightily to the
           coming of the Depression.   In November 2002 when he was only a Fed Governor, he argued that the Fed
           should prevent a deterioration of the economy by acting preemptively.  It should offer fixed term loans to banks
           at Zero or very low rates with the banks putting up a "wide range of private assets, including, among others,
           corporate bonds, commercial paper, bank loans and mortgages deemed eligible as collateral."

              "The U.S. government has a technology called a printing press that allows it to produce as many
           U.S. dollars as it wishes at essentially no cost,'' Bernanke said. ``A determined government can
           always generate higher spending and hence positive inflation. Sufficient injections of money will
           ultimately always reverse a deflation...."
           (Source: http://seekingalpha.com/article/46497-can-the-bernanke-put-lift-gold-sharply-higher )

                 Corruption That Equals The Looting of The US Treasury by Bush's Private War Contractors

                It is a myth that Bernanke's policies are helping home-owners.  At least $400 billion has been
            provided BANKS, and only an elite inner circle of banks.  They extended credit to other financial
            institutions like Bear Stearns and Carlyle using 40:1 (I read in the San Diego Union today) and
            20:1 factoring in the case of Bush Senior's Carlyle Group. 
How would you like to be able to buy stock
            and only put 5% down AND get a guarantee of safety from the Federal Reserve?
  That is exactly
            what Citibank, Bank of America and others have gotten.  

                           Was Spitzer Hooked by the Banks, who were letting any would-be crusader know:
                                                     "Push Me and I'll Push You back"

                           Was Spitzer Silenced So The FED Banker-Bailout Could Proceed without His Criticism?

                    Personally,   I have to suspect the  very same banking crooks that are looting the Treasury
             with Bernanke's help are involved in the Elliot Spitzer affair.  Not that Spitzer doesn't deserve
             all he gets.   I must have "Your Cheatin Heart" in Karaoke thirty times.  But did bankers
             get the FBI to trap Eliot Spitzer for paying $4,300 to a hooker? Spitzer's other passion was going
             after the criminal activities of the biggest NY banks:  their "front-running", insider trading, 
             self-serving housing appraisals and stock recommendations, excessive pay,  gouging of the
             less educated.    This is so big; the truth will come out.   But one red flag is the fact that the
             amount of Spitzer money transfers that got the bank to alert the FBI was only $5,000.  My
             bank, Wells Fargo, tells me that they won't even go after someone who writes a bad check
             unless it's over $10,000.

                  I'm betting the Feds would not have noticed Spitzer's escapades without the help from the bankers
            he was challenging.   The Feds claim that they picked up on his cash payments through routine checking
            for money laundering and then wire-tapped the receiver, which they then learned was an "escort agency". 
            Pretty bizarre.   What are the odds of both stories breaking simultaneously?  The prosecution of
            Spitzer was managed with staffers from the Public Integrity Section of the Department of Justice,
            which is the home of the Bush Administration officials who targeted Democrats,  like the
            former Governor of Alabama.  See 60 Minutes Story.

What Will The Fed Do When It Uses Up All Its Ammunition?

                  This policy, so far, is not working.   Banks are not lending more money and the prices of housing
             continues to drop even though the FEDs this week agreed to offer $400 billion to key banks who wished
             to use as collateral  not "safe" US Govt. debt, but home mortgages!  Maybe this largesse will work.
             But this is a  big gamble.  They are guaranteeing mortgages bought in many cases after real estate
             prices had been rising for a decade.  And they are dealing with a market that probably needs to
             correct.   The DJI had risen a record  55 months in a row without a 10% decline.   They are
             clearly using their ammunition up early and in a far-from-defensible position.  The failure
             of the FED will make matters much worse.   It heightens the sense of panic each time they
             take a new desperate measure and it fails.  Bernanke forgets that the markets are irrational.

The FED is Now Bush's Scapegoat: The Limits of Monetary Policy

The FED is being set up as the scape goat for the coming recession.   Monetary policy
             cannot solve the problems of maldistribution of wealth and under-consumption caused by
             the decline in real wages in America since 1971.  It does not address the near total exporting
             of high-paid manufacturing jobs and many better paying service jobs.  

                  Bernanke pretends to be omnipotent.  He fails to see how devastating is the US failure
             in its $3-$7 trillion dollar war to seize Iraqi oil.  The accompanying Trillion Dollar loss,
             plundering and exhaustion of the US Treasury by Bush's cronies at Halliburton and
             Carlyle have not only brutally unbalanced the US Budget, it has shown the world how
             corrupt and dishonestly run the American government is.    What's worse, it has turned
             much of the rest of the thinking world against America.  When the US needs cooperation,
             and it will,   it will get a cold suspicious "NO".  So, monetary policy is a smoke screen. 
             It is a a diversion.  It creates a scapegoat to take the public eye off the high crimes and
             guilt of the Administration of George Bush and their role in causing the coming deep recession.

A Disastrous Decline in The Dollar.

                 It is certainly true that Bernanke utterly neglects the disastrous effects his easy money and
            bailout policies are having on the Dollar and hence on the international banking system and
            international trade.   He seems not to appreciate how heavily dependent international trade is
            on the Dollar and reasonable Dollar stability.  His study of the 1930s in this respect is not relevant.
            The US Dollar was not then at the center of international trade and not the most important reserve
            currency in the world.   Presently, all OPEC sales of oil are made in Dollars.  If that policy
            suddenly changes, and it will almost certainly soon, oil prices will rocket up even more in the US
            and the Dollar will plunge like never before.  This will wipe out the savings of millions of poorer
            Americans.  Those on fixed incomes will never recover.  And don't hold your breath for the Dollar's
             decline to boost US manufacturing sales.  Those US plants left long ago. What will happen
             is that millions of American workers will have their jobs controlled from board rooms far overseas. 

                The insights offered here are meant to help you understand where the stock market is headed
              if there is no change of policy.  Fortunately, TigerSoft shows its users what to buy and sell
              based on TigerSoft's invention in 1981, the TigerSoft Accumulation Index. Bulges of (blue)
              accumulation are the signs we watch for.  They represent smart, big-money insider buying.
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           ----------------------------- The Dollar's Decline Is Dangerously Accelerating ----------------
                              Bulges from the Tiger Accumulation Index in foreign currencies have
                        allowed us to see clearly that insiders knew the US Dollar would drop sharply.
                        We spotted very intense accumulation at the end of 2005 with the EURO
                        at 116.  The chart below shows massive and intense insider buying using
                        the TigerSoft Accumulation Index.  Note the readings over +.40.  The EURO
                        was then near 120.  It is now 157.  The EURO is now up more than 30%
                        from when we spotted the tell-tale signs that insiders were betting against the
                        US Dollar..  Our users have made a lot of money by getting this alert.  They
                        have bought foreign ETFs, Gold, Silver, Oil stocks and commodities.

EURO -2006
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  US DOLLAR -  3/14/2008
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                                                                  The EURO is now Very Strong
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                                                                      Up Goes The Japanese Yen
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                                                                     Swiss Bankers Are Happy.
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                       TigerSoft has been recommending Gold and Silver since September 2008
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