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What would you think about taking a job in which you, the employee, pay your employer to work?  That is, you receive a "negative wage."  Wouldn't you consider that a crazy idea? 

Essentially, that's what European central banks are trying to pull off.  If only Samuel Clemens were alive today, ... to view the entire article, click here»

Greg Schultz and Bruce Grenke

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Newton's Third Law:  For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction.

Did Christine Legarde, head of the International Monetary Fund, have Newton's Third Law in mind last month when she said,

"...vulnerabilities that build up during a period of very accommodative monetary policy can unwind suddenly when such policy is reversed, creating substantial market volatility."

The distortions created by QE aren't permanent and will, eventually, be reversed.  The greater the distortions, the greater the volatility when those distortions unwind.

Sounds like Newton's Third Law to us.

 

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What would you think about taking a job in which you, the employee, pay your employer to work? That is, you receive a “negative wage.” Wouldn’t you consider that a crazy idea?

 

Essentially, that’s what European central banks are trying to pull off. If only Samuel Clemens were alive today

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