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Peter Schiff and Dr. Jim Willie Warn Investors About Timing Fed Market Rally

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In the videos below, Peter Schiff and Jim Willie give their assessments of the recent changes we’ve seen in the U.S. stock markets. In the first video, Peter Schiff comments on how the U.S. stock market closed at their highest levels since early January, so the question at hand, is why people are suddenly buying into stocks despite all the known economic issues, and despite 13 Of The Biggest Retailers In America Closing Down Major Stores, as Michael Snyder details in the article below?

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Peter suggests a possible reason people are people suddenly buying into stocks despite all the abysmal news is because they are expecting the Fed to once again cut interest rates, and offer cheap money. Anyone thinking that no doubt had their feelings somewhat validated on Friday when during a CNBC interview James Bullard, president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, said he didn’t think inflation was high enough. That comment certainly lends credibility to the notion that the Fed is considering what Peter Schiff has long been suspecting, which is another round of Quantitative Easing. 

http://right.is/politics/2016/02/peter-schiff-and-dr-jim-willie-warn-investors-about-timing-fed-market-rally-53919.html

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