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03/04/2011 Has Bernanke's QE 2 shock-and-awe strategy to corner the bond market backfired?

As I kept searching for an answer to Bernanke’s perplexing QE 2 program for him, I could not help keep trying to find some more excuses for him. His own excuse that he wanted to help create jobs for Americans … Continue reading

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03/04/2011 Has Bernanke’s QE 2 shock-and-awe strategy to corner the bond market backfired?

As I kept searching for an answer to Bernanke’s perplexing QE 2 program for him, I could not help keep trying to find some more excuses for him. His own excuse that he wanted to help create jobs for Americans … Continue reading

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03/03/2011 Right before our eyes – How the Wall Street elite minorities robbed us American citizens again with QE 2

03/03/2011 Right before our eyes – How the Wall Street elite minorities robbed us American citizens again with QE 2 I refer to my earlier blog posts about my views and predictions on Quantitative Easing, 11/16/2010 The convenience of profit … Continue reading

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02/27/2011 FARJHO and the "corporatization" of American homes – yes, but only one home at a time and no "corporate financing" necessary

Although these issues have been discussed before, I would like take a moment to clarify these concepts about FARJHO a bit further on this quiet Sunday morning. The LLC legal entity structure is merely a convenient way for implementing the … Continue reading

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02/20/2011 It is not Keynesian. It is not Monetarist. Perhaps we could call it SwapRentism? Any better suggestions?

I would like to revisit the topic of “SwapRent as A New Alternative Economic Policy Management Tool for Governments” that was published at Larry Dolye’s blog, Sense on Cents – Navigating the Economic Landscape, on August 24, 2010. The proposed … Continue reading

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02/01/2011 Home mortgage interest deduction and FARJHO

Recently there has been a political movement brewing in the Congress to remove all or partially the home mortgage interest deduction from earned income by working taxpayers. On the first thought by many people, it would give the FARJHO concept … Continue reading

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01/25/2011 Applying life insurance policy to FARJHO – Coli'ed FARJHO

There are many variation possibilities to add on some bells and whistles to the basic form of a FARJHO/LLC structure for the benefits of sophisticated consumers under the current legal infrastructure of the US. As a simple example of the … Continue reading

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