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After printing a sea of yen, Japan will add to the market and economic stimulus by tapping a huge ocean of savings.

Yen for stimulus or trillions of reasons to consider Japan!

After printing a sea of yen, Japan will add to the market and economic stimulus by tapping a huge ocean of savings. Such historic changes make Japan a buy for investors because: 1 Japan has reversed a long standing policy and begun printing an ocean of stimulus money and 2 a new pending NISA program a government created investment program gives equities access to an ¥8 trillion ocean of private savings accounts.

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Ben Bernanke, Chairman, U.S. Federal Reserve Bank

Bernanke bounces depression – helps stock markets and your pocketbook!

Ben Bernanke saved investors and the world from a world-wide depression by using the power to the Fed to stimulate the economy. Investors everywhere must know this. One courageous, brilliant and patient man stood between us and the abyss. An imaginative economic magician saw the future and took us there to save America and the world! The stimulus programs of Ben Bernanke have done just that. The ideal person with exactly the right knowledge and ability was in place when the economic alarm bells sounded in 2008. He saved us from again becoming victims of market greed.

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Ben Bernanke, Chairman, U.S. Federal Reserve Bank

Ben Bernanke and the coming 5 to 10 years of taper effect

Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke began “Taper Talk”. Part 1 of 3 Why does tapering matter? Today we discuss the pending Fed tapering as market reactions and the high volume of strydent commentary continue to confuse investors. The U.S. Federal Reserve Bank continues to pump massive amounts of money into the economy. This stimulus program will have an end. That will be when the economy picks up and shows progress without needing the continuing massive Fed funding.
Tapering describes the planned slow reduction of that programed Fed spending. The current phase of the Fed program has them deeply involved in funding virtually all the mortgage market. The Fed continues buying mortgages at the rate of $85 billion per month.

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