Wednesday, December 14, 2016

Federal Reserve raises interest rates 0.25%, December 14, 2016


Interest = 38/47/110



Homes are less attractive with higher interest rates.
Savings accounts are slightly better.
Slightly less reasons to invest, more reasons to save.


I don't recall them changing the interesting rate in December of 2015.  I remember them flirting with the idea, but not doing it.


http://money.cnn.com/2016/12/14/news/economy/federal-reserve-rate-hike-december/index.html

Again, there is that stat, that the nation has added more jobs for 74 straight months, which is the same as 6-years and 2-months.

6 comments:

  1. Janet Yellen=42; Dollar at 13-year highs; Ivanka Trump selling her Park Ave. condo for $4.1M; Bob Corker wants to 'Find Out' about Russia (Bob Corker/Find out=89).

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  2. Pagano

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    Defends both=314
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  3. Interest = 38/47
    74 months..

    ok...

    Derek Carr = 47
    Raiders = 38
    Raiders = 74

    Will Smith Birthday is 7/4 1981, a year Raiders went to Super Bowl.

    Derek Carr age 25, (25%)

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  4. "Clintons" in English Gematria equals 502

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  5. 26 TRILLION DOLLARS OF FRAUD

    Thanks to heroic efforts of Congressman Ron Paul, former Congressman Alan Grayson and Congressman Bernie Sanders to audit the Federal Reserve, we now know that the Federal Reserve secretly lent out 26 trillion dollars' worth of American money from 2007 to 2010 -- much of it to foreign banks.

    Twenty. Six. TRILLION. Dollars.

    This is a very difficult number to comprehend -- but we do now have a way to wrap our minds around it.

    At his website usdebt.kleptocracy.us, Los Angeles-based 3D designer Oto Godfrey has created an incredibly powerful series of images to help us actually visualize this much money -- in stacks of 100-dollar bills.

    Before you see it, try to stop for a minute and think what it will look like. How many stacks do you think there are? How big do you think they will be? I was quite surprised when I saw it for myself.

    The website goes into more detail about each category -- so I recommend going there and checking it out, and supporting Oto Godfrey's amazing work.


    WHAT DOES 26 TRILLION DOLLARS ACTUALLY LOOK LIKE?



    100 Dollars



    Ten Thousand Dollars



    One Million Dollars



    One Hundred Million Dollars



    One Billion Dollars



    One Trillion Dollars



    One Trillion Dollars



    Fifteen Trillion Dollars


    CONGRESSMAN GRAYSON SPELLS IT OUT

    Fifteen trillion dollars -- or one year's worth of the US National Debt -- is a stack of money that is longer and wider than a football field... and over 2/3rds the height of the Statue of Liberty.

    If you add another 11 Trillion to get our total of 26 Trillion, that same stack will now be taller than the Statue of Liberty.

    This monstrous mass of paper would look as if a gigantic Borg Cube had completely invaded an entire football stadium -- past the ceiling.

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  6. IT'S VERY DIFFICULT TO COMPREHEND THE DEPTH OF THE FRAUD

    The initial figure of 16 trillion that jumped out of the Federal Reserve audit is more money than all the goods and services produced by every single person in the United States -- for any given year.

    It is greater than the entire amount of debt ever racked up by the United States in its 235-year history as well.

    The 2010 Census estimated there are 114,825,428 households in the US. Sixteen trillion dollars in secret bailouts adds up to 139 thousand and 342 dollars per household.

    The full figure of 26 trillion adds up to nearly a quarter million dollars per household – $226,430.68 to be exact.

    When you put it in those terms, the full weight of the theft becomes nothing short of staggering.

    Imagine if your family had a quarter million dollars saved -- and then someone robbed you. What if the thief then told everyone what he did – but no one cared enough to do anything?

    That’s what just happened to every single family in the United States of America.

    Every single adult in the United States who was unemployed or on public assistance could have been given a job – so they can lead a happy, fulfilling and prosperous life – with plenty of money to spare.

    A vast public works program could easily have been created to stimulate the economy – so that the money would become an investment, not a one-time gift.

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