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solutreanWhether I know or not is irrelevant. The point being that you accuse JG of being an idiot even though you admit that you have not read much of that writers work....

January 2016

RJDo you know what it is?...

January 2016

solutreanHow can you say JG and others are idiotic if you have not read much of their work. You may have missed all their best stuff....

January 2016
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Who are the Prominent Economists Working in the Financial Sector that Advocate a Different Type of QE?

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Did you know that there are a number of prominent economists working in the financial sector that are in favour of a different type of QE? Is it surprising that they are in favour of central banks creating new money for the real economy rather than the financial markets?

RJok well do. tomorrowOk can I ask you some basic questions1 How do you think banks should settle with each other if someone transfers money back home say from the UK to Aust.2 How big an impact did floating currencies and moving off the gold standard have.3 Is debt free money possible. And if so what...

January 2016

Justin WalkerThat's fine, but please read my effort here http://www.thebcgroup.co.uk......

January 2016

RJWe will have to agree to disagree on this point. And some people deliberately plant misinformation. To lead the public down a blind alley. Even those supposed on our side....

January 2016
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Daryn ParsonageWould the introduction of the Positive Money proposal mean that we would move from a system of Endogenous money towards one that could be better categorized by the Liquidity Preference Theory?...

January 2016

adiosspainHere is the answer.http://ellenbrown.com/2014/10/26/w......

January 2016

adiosspainStill waiting for an answer!...

January 2016
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miratekelovaHi Peter,Have you seen this Frank's post?: http://positivemoney.org/20......

December 2015

PJMThanks, Frank, for writing such a fascinating article. One thing you might like to do a bit more reading about is the hyperinflation in the Weimar Republic. To the best of my knowledge, the culprit was the republic's central bank, which was privately owned at the time....

December 2015
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