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Charles Payne's Market Commentary R. I. P. QE3 10/30/2014 - The grand experiment to save the US economy has completed its first phase. It has been more than six- years and $3 trillion dollars later. Quantitative Easing is over; long live QE3.
The Federal Reserve balance sheet muddled about $800 billion dollars before the bank crisis, which now stands near $4.5 trillion. Of course, it will be debated for years to come whether anything was done with these extraordinary measures, or what it did...
What is "The Market" Anyway? Wall Street is not the stock market, it is the physical location of the NYSE, and major brokerage firms where they manage transactions, and should not be confused with long-term investing. The stock market does not always reflect the economy. Markets move on fear, manipulation, and other non-fundame Read more.
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