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Bernanke Keeps Giving The Banks Money.

                     US Stock Market Is in Trouble.  Look for important Peerless Announcement very soon.
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Bernanke Keeps Giving The Banks Money.

                 The Banks Are Now Hooked on The Fed's Milk.

Home Prices Must Go down further, as the FED's demands that the bank's
                          Tighten up their Lending Policies
   They are still very, very high

                      --------------------------------    by William Schmidt, Ph.D.  ---------------------------------------- 

                          A $100 billion here, $50 billion there.  It starts to add up.  I'm speaking of the
                  reserves the Fed has used to support commercial banks and now investment banks.  Like
                  Bush who stubbornly keeps spending hundreds of billions of US tax payer dollars so
                  he won't have to admit publicly his attack on Iraq was a monstrous failure, Bernanke
                  keeps loaning US elite banks ten, then twenty five and now fifty to a hundred billion
                  per month.

Today, March 28th,  the Fed announced it would have $50 billion more available
                  on April 7th and April 21st.  These auctions would continue until October, conveniently
                  just before the Presdiential Election in November.  The banks put up questionable
                  mortgage backed securities, and in return for paying 2.5% interest they get more
                  freshly printed greenbacks.

"The Fed has been holding auctions every two seeks since December to provide short-term
                            loans to commercial banks. It started with auctions of $20 billion, then pushed the level to $30 billion,
                            and in early March raised the auction amount to $50 billion as the credit shortage grew more severe.
                           In announcing the move to $50 billion last month, the Fed said it would continue the auctions for
                            at least the next six months, unless credit conditions show they are no longer needed."   

The bank stocks are still in great difficulty.  Here are the TigerSoft charts of
                  Goldman Sachs (GS) and the TigerSoft chart of all financial stocks.

                               ------------------------------ Goldman Sachs ----------------------------------

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                       ------------------------ Tiger Index of All Finance Stocks -------------------------
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                                         NOW THE ELITE BANKS ARE DEPENDENT ON FED LOANS

                            The Fed gives banks cash for their questionable mortgage securities.  Small wonder
                   that the banks love this deal. 
It used to be that banks were wary of seeming needy. 
                   But now investment banks like Goldman Sachs, Lehman Brothers and Morgan Stanley. 
                   Banls averaged $550 million in daily borrowing, for the week ending March 26, from the
                   Fed's discount window,  compared with $81 million the previous week.  What will it be
                   next week as the rate of mortgage loan defaults keeps rising?  

The Fed has been criticized by Congress for allowing the bubble to develop by being
                   lax in its oversight of subprime lending. 
Now as the Fed takes steps to require banks
                   to demand that borrowers set aside money to pay taxes and insurance and to only make
                   loans for proven income from sources other than the home's value, one wonders
                   how many new buyers will qualify until prices come way down. 

                          Housing Prices Have Barely Started A Long-Over-Due Need To Correct.   Below
                  is a key graph provided by the NY Times.
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