Part 4 of 6: Quantitative Easing (QE) 2010–2011: Why is the Fed printing money?
This video covers the history of quantitative easing relative to the Fed’s rationale and objectives of their money printing program. Investors and investment strategies can be formulated in a more effective manner if you understand credit cycles, balance sheets, the wealth effect, the reverse wealth effect, assets, debt levels, and their impact on the financial markets and asset prices. If we understand why the Fed is printing money, we can more accurately anticipate the possible impacts on the financial markets, investing, the dollar, and our purchasing power. Chris Ciovacco, of Ciovacco Capital Management, provides QE 2 commentary and analysis related to the Fed’s quantitative easing strategies, asset price inflation, lending, borrowing, loans, and interest rates. The housing market and mortgage rates may be impacted via inflation and an expanding money supply. The brief video gives investors a unique insight into the global economy and finance.
Below is part 4 of the 6 part series, this link will take you to QE Video Part 5.