Post by bimetalaupt on Nov 22, 2013 8:20:13 GMT -5
What more can I say withM2 growth =5.6% WITH GDP2% GROWTH = 25% EFFICIENT!!! Money as INDEPENDENT VECTOR
THE MMXI INDICATED A 6-9 MONTH LAG , SO M2 SHOULD BE IN FULL GEAR WITH THE 12 MONTH SERIOUS.
FOR INFLATION: M3 LEADS INFLATION BY 12 TO 18MONTHS ( USE CENTER POINT 15 MONTHS)... WITH M3 GROWTH NOW OF 9% FROM 9-2013 INFLATION SHOULD RETURN TO 2.25% BY JAN 2015!! YUCK!!! WELL JAPAN CENTRAL BANK WOULD LOVE THIS NUMBER AS WELL AS BEN B.
WITH MAJOR BANKS EQUITY GROWTH OF 6% OR MORE FOR MAJOR BANKS LIKE C ,BAC OR JPM WE SHOULD SEE MORE LONG TERM LENDING ( INCREASE IN BANK EARNING ASSETS)WITH THESE M3 (JUMBO CD'S) LIABILITIES. THE HIGHER THE STEEPNESS OF THE YIELD CURVE THE MORE THE BANKS CAN MAKE. Add Federal Back Texas Farmer's Bank or Bank of North Dakota we should see more large long term projects that create better long term jobs. ALL ABOUT TAKING RISK THAT CREATE JOBS.
Post by bimetalaupt on Dec 17, 2013 17:10:01 GMT -5
Now we see the problem... from MMXV-alpha.. QE3 just dos not model as you think...QE3 removes money power from the banks..BIS III increase in Tear1 capital is part of the problem but...
As posted on Yahoo The reason the bond trading deal removes money..look at last weeks SOMA of 60 Billion. The double in bonds over the last 2 years translated into 10% in M1..IE the banks are just trading bonds for reduced money supply multiplication,,,,,This removes means of payment...It is a sham..Some one please tell Steve Liesman and McTear.. Also every month the banks increase your local economy at 7 dollars per every one dollar deposit...Where is the money?? Saving are up 4.8% vs 2%growth +1.5% inflation! Where is the lost money...Yes V1 got hit again!!! Just a thought, BiMetalAuPt
Post by bimetalaupt on Dec 17, 2013 18:36:56 GMT -5
m1 lag 0.4243149785 m1 lag 2 0.4027882729 soma lag 1 0.4999966176 Pearson correlation 0.5276862374
The correlation of M1 to SOMA is only..0.5277 M1 is 1 Trillion Less then SOMA!!!!! IE QE3 just is not working AS YOUR MODEL PROJECTED..Sorry Ben B. Your model sucks per MMXV-ALPHA...M2 IS RULED BY SAVINGS AND LAST NUMBER WAS 4.8% GROWTH!! M2 has a better correlation.....Pearson correlation of 0.8917994452
but Percent change at seasonally adjusted annual rates..... M1............. M2 3 Months from Sept. 2013 TO Dec. 2013 ........................ 9.5.............. 5.8 6 Months from June 2013 TO Dec. 2013.......................... 9.4.............. 6.0 12 Months from Dec. 2012 TO Dec. 2013......................... 8.2.............. 5.3...
WOW M1...3 month up 9.5%.. using FRSFB model Target M1 = Inflation target + GDP growth... at two percent inflation means 9.5% M1 = 2% inflation+ 7.5% GDP Growth... Where is all that money.......SOMA =US Treasury Bills (T-Bills) US Treasury Notes and Bonds (Notes/Bonds)....... 2,137,214,636.1 US Treasury Inflation-Protected Securities (TIPS)* 92,614,973.8 Federal Agency Securities**.............................. 54,911,000.0 Agency Mortgage-Backed Securities***.......... 1,532,223,677.6 Total SOMA Holdings.......................................... 3,816,964,287.5 Change From Prior Week....................... 4,551,704.5 *Does not reflect inflation compensation of 13,346,261.7 **Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and Federal Home Loan Bank ***Guaranteed by Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, and Ginnie Mae. Current face value of the securities, which is the remaining principal balance of the securities.
B ut M1 is less...M1 Dec 2013 was 2,717.6 ....
So why did the PIIGS and RATS get the $1.1 Trillion Dollars..Must be money spent on carry trade...Lend it to the boys in Texas and we will give you Energy independents or die trying...Like my Canadian Night crawlers..Catch a fish or die trying..Got the hook?
Post by bimetalaupt on Feb 24, 2014 4:23:43 GMT -5
M1up 10.2% for 13 weeks....We should see a lot more action with GDP and INFLATION THEN WE HAVE SEEN.
BANKS NEED MORE CAPITAL TO MAKE BIS III BUT HAVE CUT LENDING AS THIS IS CLASSIFED RISK ASSET AND WILL NEED ABOUT 10% TEAR1 CAPITAL FOR US BANKS.
WE HAVE A DISINFLATIONAL TREND IN THE EU PUSHED WITH WEAK EU M3!!!EU Banks need capital esp if they have a US Bank.. Will Need 15% risk compensation asset for US banking houses with US asset over $50 BILLION. We see vast loan reduction with these houses already. Who does G20 think it is fooling! We see problem each day with the BIS III capital needs. Money multiplier are down. V2 for USA down from 2.3
for 2008 to 1.1 for q4 2013.
Just a thought,
Percent change at seasonally adjusted annual rates Thirteen weeks ending February 10, 2014 from thirteen weeks ending:
Post by bimetalaupt on Mar 13, 2014 16:46:26 GMT -5
M1 IS GOING WILD . THEN WE HAVE 18.3% INCREASE IN THREE MONTH . V1 HAS TAKEN TO THE WOOD SHEAD.
THE OLD MODEL AT THE SFFRB WAS TARGET M1 GROWTH = GDP GROWTH + INFLATION.
COLD BUT WILD: WE SEE THIS AS THE FEDERAL RESERVE BANK BACKING THE BANK OPEN SEASONAL WINDOW. EXPLAINING THAT WILL BE A JOB FOR FLOW5.
Percent change at seasonally adjusted annual rates
..................................................................M1...................M2 3 Months from Nov. 2013 TO Feb. 2014...........18.3.................7.5 6 Months from Aug. 2013 TO Feb. 2014............13.4.............. ..6.6 12 Months from Feb. 2013 TO Feb. 2014...........10.4................6.3
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Post by Aman A.K.A. Ahamburger on Aug 5, 2015 0:20:22 GMT -5
•The company retired 40 older coal units across the Carolinas and the Midwest since 2011, replacing those plants with state-of-the-art, highly efficient coal and natural gas facilities, investing more than $9 billion to lower emissions.
Wow! DUK energy alone has invested $9 billion dollars. Many others have done the same. There have been records amount of capital flowing into frac and wells up until fall of last year. There has been more investment flowing into manufacturing recently than at any point over the last 30 years.. It's almost like there is like 10 trillion dollars sitting there waiting to be used by the owner for investments or something..
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