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Man Who Executed QE1 For Fed Warns Major Turmoil Is Coming

Man Who Executed QE1 For Fed Warns Major Turmoil Is Coming | Money Matters | Scoop.it

In the aftermath of the Fed’s decision to taper another $10 billion, today King World News spoke with the man the Fed called on to execute QE1 and who also set up the Fed’s massive trading room, former Fed member and former Managing Director at Morgan Stanley, Andrew Huszar.  What he had to say will stun KWN readers around the world.  He warned stocks will collapse if the Fed continues on the current course, and he also stated that what the Fed is doing is “quite shocking” and it may very well end in disaster.  Below is what Huszard had to say in this remarkable interview.


Eric King:  “Andrew, you are a former Federal Reserve executive and you were called upon to execute QE1.  You also set up the Fed’s massive trading room.  When you see the Fed cut another $10 billion of QE and you look at where we’ve been and where we are headed, what are your thoughts?”

 

Huszar:  “When I look back to 2008, I never thought we would be where we are today.  I thought QE was an emergency program to stabilize markets.  But I never thought we would see more than $5 trillion of bond purchases at this point, or a Fed balance sheet that’s at $4.4 trillion, compared to $800 billion pre-financial crisis.  So this is really uncharted territory that I find quite shocking....



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As always when it comes to the stock market, there are conflicting opinions. This one is interesting.

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Hal's curator insight, July 31, 2014 11:35 AM

Funny how so many of us made this claim as the QE was first rolling out and that the FED and gov would treat the QE like cocaine. One wonders just what made Andrew Huszar just now realize this.

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Are New Or Existing Homes The Best Deal This Spring?

Are New Or Existing Homes The Best Deal This Spring? | Money Matters | Scoop.it
Demand for homes is high while supply is low, leading to high prices and heavy competition for buyers. How can they overcome some of the challenges?
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This market is tough on buyers, but with the right strategy, you can find a home.
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Interest Rates and Your Monthly Payments

Interest Rates and Your Monthly Payments | Money Matters | Scoop.it
To illustrate changing mortgage interest rates and their impact on your monthly payment, consider what a difference even a small dip and rise in interest rates means to you.
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Consensus is rated will go up, but when is the question.
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Top 15 mistakes made by real estate investors! - Tour Wizard

Top 15 mistakes made by real estate investors! - Tour Wizard | Money Matters | Scoop.it
Being a newbie real estate investor it's pretty like a lottery game. However, it can turn out to be a great business if you follow these tips! - Tour Wizard
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Many investors fail to do due diligence before buying a property, such as buying a condo to lease and then learning the development has reached the allowed ratio of investor units to owner occupied and can't be leased.
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U.S. Stocks Jump as Fed Signals Patience

U.S. Stocks Jump as Fed Signals Patience | Money Matters | Scoop.it
U.S. stocks closed sharply higher Wednesday after the Federal Reserve said it would remain patient on the timing and pace of interest-rate hikes.
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Good news for stocks and for mortgage interest rates.

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A Rising Dollar Won't Delay the Fed's First Interest-Rate Increase - Wall Street Journal (blog)

A Rising Dollar Won't Delay the Fed's First Interest-Rate Increase - Wall Street Journal (blog) | Money Matters | Scoop.it
Barclays predicts a strong dollar will weigh on the U.S. economy, but not enough to delay the Federal Reserve’s first increase in interest rates in more than six years.
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It seems inevitable that interest rates will increase as the fed pulls back on qualitative easing.

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18 Sobering Facts About The Unprecedented Student Loan Debt Crisis In The US | Zero Hedge

18 Sobering Facts About The Unprecedented Student Loan Debt Crisis In The US | Zero Hedge | Money Matters | Scoop.it
The student loan debt bubble in America is spiraling out of control, and it is financially crippling an entire generation of young Americans.  At this point, the grand total of student loan debt in the United States has reached a staggering 1.2 trillion dollars, and an all-time record high 40 million Americans are currently paying off student loan debts.  Just when our young people should be planning on buying homes and starting families, they find themselves financially paralyzed by oppressive levels of debt.  What makes all of this even worse is that only some of our college graduates are able to get the “good jobs” that we promised them.

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Student loans may be a problem for sometime.

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Kate Hudson & Goldie Hawn Claim They Can See Dead People

Kate Hudson & Goldie Hawn Claim They Can See Dead People | Money Matters | Scoop.it
Kate Hudson told a British talk show host that she and her mom Goldie Hawn both have the ability to “see dead people” by sensing a “fifth energy” around them. Hudson explained, “It is not really seeing, it is feeling a spirit.

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Something fun for a Saturday. This talent might be helpful if you are buying are selling a "haunted house". In Texas, this must be disclosed to a buyer.

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Real-estate Investing Information You Have To Know

Real-estate is a superb destination to invest as you know specifically where your hard earned dollars is headed. There are actually perks to having the capability to choose your own personal tenants. If you're enthusiastic about these kinds of venture, please read on for excellent tips. Reputation is vital while you are stepping into this arena. This simply means staying on your word instead of lying to the clients. This allows you to be credible where you're living to ensure people might be faithful to the corporation you have. Find people that determine what they can be doing and talk with them. Many people want to get real-estate. The truth is, there are plenty of community groups that get together to go about it. Or else, examine the Internet for investor forums. Learn all you can through your peers. Location is crucial when you are evaluating a great investment property. You could always change carpets or the outside of a residence. Properties in areas that happen to be depreciating are often bad investments. Investigate local communities with regard to their property values to have a sense of good purchases. Follow blogs by people who have been successful with real-estate investments. Or, become an element of an internet based group. This will probably present you with priceless knowledge you should use all by yourself. An internet based investment group permits you to talk with other investors. Find and talk with other real-estate investors. It is important that you just get in touch with people who have more experience to obtain helpful advice. Knowing several friends who understand about buying real-estate might help. The best way to find some is to apply the world wide web. Get on some forums and try to end up in a meetup. Will not buy properties that happen to be positioned in bad or run-down areas. It is very important be attentive on the properties you acquire. Research carefully. If your deal seems too good, which may mean it's positioned in a negative neighborhood. The harder it can be to offer, the worse deal you'll get. If real-estate investing is serious for your needs, this became an incredible start. It is actually a smart idea to gauge your many options and then make the option that is perfect for you. Don't just leave your hard earned dollars from the bank earning minimal interest. Remember the things you learned here and initiate creating wealth.


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A great resource for investors in single-family homes is a local property manager. He/she will know what rents easily in their areas and for how much.

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A Mouthwatering Big Juicy Whiskey Burger

A Mouthwatering Big Juicy Whiskey Burger | Money Matters | Scoop.it

Ingredients

2/3 cup finely chopped scallions, plus 1/3 cup
1/3 cup whiskey, plus 2 tbs
1/4 dry bread crumbs
2 tbs Worcestershire sauce, plus 1 1/2 teas
2 tbs butter, melted
4 garlic cloves, minced
1/2 teas seasoning salt
1/4 teas crushed red pepper
1/4 teas freshly ground black pepper
1 lbs ground beef
1 lbs ground pork
2 cups shredded cheddar cheese
Lettuce, onion, tomato for topping
Hamburger buns
1/2 cup barbecue sauce


Get full instructions on passthesushi.com


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This has absolutely nothing to do with DFW real estate, but doesn't it look good?

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I've Been Using Evernote all Wrong. Here's Why it's Actually Amazing

I've Been Using Evernote all Wrong. Here's Why it's Actually Amazing | Money Matters | Scoop.it
People talk of the wonders of Evernote, and how they have no idea how they ever lived without it. Some of you may think that it's all hype, and Evernote isn't that great. Here's why you're wrong.

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Man Who Executed QE1 For Fed Warns Major Turmoil Is Coming

Man Who Executed QE1 For Fed Warns Major Turmoil Is Coming | Money Matters | Scoop.it

In the aftermath of the Fed’s decision to taper another $10 billion, today King World News spoke with the man the Fed called on to execute QE1 and who also set up the Fed’s massive trading room, former Fed member and former Managing Director at Morgan Stanley, Andrew Huszar.  What he had to say will stun KWN readers around the world.  He warned stocks will collapse if the Fed continues on the current course, and he also stated that what the Fed is doing is “quite shocking” and it may very well end in disaster.  Below is what Huszard had to say in this remarkable interview.


Eric King:  “Andrew, you are a former Federal Reserve executive and you were called upon to execute QE1.  You also set up the Fed’s massive trading room.  When you see the Fed cut another $10 billion of QE and you look at where we’ve been and where we are headed, what are your thoughts?”

 

Huszar:  “When I look back to 2008, I never thought we would be where we are today.  I thought QE was an emergency program to stabilize markets.  But I never thought we would see more than $5 trillion of bond purchases at this point, or a Fed balance sheet that’s at $4.4 trillion, compared to $800 billion pre-financial crisis.  So this is really uncharted territory that I find quite shocking....



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Kaye Davis's insight:

As always when it comes to the stock market, there are conflicting opinions. This one is interesting.

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Hal's curator insight, July 31, 2014 11:35 AM

Funny how so many of us made this claim as the QE was first rolling out and that the FED and gov would treat the QE like cocaine. One wonders just what made Andrew Huszar just now realize this.

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Inflation and house prices data to fuel interest rate debate

Inflation and house prices data to fuel interest rate debate | Money Matters | Scoop.it
Consumer price inflation and property price figures out from Office for National Statistics on Tuesday (Inflation and house prices data to fuel interest rate debate http://t.co/Ih60hiiC9d)...
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Interest Rates Going Up - Wall Street Sector Selector

Interest Rates Going Up - Wall Street Sector Selector | Money Matters | Scoop.it
Interest Rates Going Up
Wall Street Sector Selector
What led to the 2008/2009 stock market and real estate crash and subsequent Great Recession can be attributed to one factor. ...
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The Fed has already announced an end to qualitative easing. It seems to follow that interest rates will have to go up.

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5 Books That All Real Estate Investors Need to Read

5 Books That All Real Estate Investors Need to Read | Money Matters | Scoop.it
As a base you need to read the ones I am about to tell you. Most people think that Real Estate is about buying a house, fixing it up, selling it or making offers.
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Never stop learning. All are great suggestions.
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Jim Noteware on oil prices, rising interest rates and dropping revenues - Houston Business Journal

Jim Noteware on oil prices, rising interest rates and dropping revenues - Houston Business Journal | Money Matters | Scoop.it
Another Great Recession may be on the horizon for Houston. As oil prices fall, interest rates rise, property valuations and tax revenues begin to tumble, management of the city's funds comes to the forefront.
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Low gas prices are a joy at the pumps, but if oil stays too low too long, it will hurt Texas. Some cities will be hit harder than others.

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Eastbourne land near Austin airport sold for development - Austin Business Journal

Eastbourne land near Austin airport sold for development - Austin Business Journal | Money Matters | Scoop.it
The site, known as Eastbourne Crossing and once considered as a place for a new campus of state offices, was bought by SH 71-130 Holdings LP, according to an announcement.
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A third of homeowners would struggle if interest rates rose by 2%

A third of homeowners would struggle if interest rates rose by 2% | Money Matters | Scoop.it
Despite repeated warnings that interest rates will rise, just 14 per cent of homeowners said they had been preparing for higher monthly payments in future.
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Interest rate will be going up sooner or later. Some forecasts say the middle of 2015.

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Higher home prices and rising interest rates could hassle Texas homebuyers - Dallas Morning News

Higher home prices and rising interest rates could hassle Texas homebuyers - Dallas Morning News | Money Matters | Scoop.it
Wage increases haven’t kept up with recent jumps in Texas home prices and now the potential for higher interest rates over the next couple of years could make homeownership even more costly.
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iPhone 6 Plus (Gold) Unboxing & Size Comparison to iPhone 5

iPhone 6 Plus (Gold) Unboxing & Size Comparison to iPhone 5/5s (same size). Watch: 'Reachability' feature activation and how-to - http://youtu.be/MuKTTolSrLk Watch: SwiftKey Alternative Keyboard...
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iPhone 6 Plus.

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The four stock-market 'stories' to watch till 2015 - MarketWatch

The four stock-market 'stories' to watch till 2015 - MarketWatch | Money Matters | Scoop.it
The four stock-market 'stories' to watch till 2015
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That's why September is, historically, such a God-awful month for stocks. Reality tends to bite. Before you get back to toting barges and lifting bales, though, take a moment.
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For the investors out there!

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The Importance of Using an Agent when Selling Your Home

The Importance of Using an Agent when Selling Your Home | Money Matters | Scoop.it

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Statistics show that an agent represented and marketed home sells faster!

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If you’ve been looking for a way to liquidate unwanted real estate assets, as well as receive a tax deduction;  there’s an alternative to selling; donate your propery to Real Estate with Causes.  This non-profit charity helps connect those who wish to help, with those who need help. http://www.realestatedonation.org/

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Learn the ways to invest in the stock market

We tell you what are the different ways of investing in the stock market and what all are the requirements to do so. Watch full video: http://www.ndtv.com/video/player/nse-get-started-in-the-market...
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World stocks extend slump on Wall Street sell-off - The Seattle Times

World stocks extend slump on Wall Street sell-off - The Seattle Times | Money Matters | Scoop.it
World stocks extend slump on Wall Street sell-off
The Seattle Times
World stock markets sank on Friday, with European benchmarks opening sharply lower after Wall Street's sharp sell-off.
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Is this the long anticipated correction?

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Standard Digital News : : Business - Rude shock as State set to shame banks charging high interest rates

Commercial banks are headed for a rude shock in the war against high interest rates as National Treasury announces plans to name and shame expensive lenders.
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Opinions vary wildly, not on the direction of interest rates, but on when.

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Utilities And Rising Interest Rates: Fact Or Fiction? - Seeking Alpha

Utilities And Rising Interest Rates: Fact Or Fiction? - Seeking Alpha | Money Matters | Scoop.it
Utilities And Rising Interest Rates: Fact Or Fiction?
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