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Renegade Inc | Richard Werner: QE Infinity

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Richard Werner is quite sane here, no chemtrails, anti-vax, or covid conspiracy theories. He believes the regulations should be changed to encourage more small banks to flourish, which would be more willing to fund small and medium sized businesses. Germany has been the most successful at this, he says, and many of these companies are very innovative in the new green technologies. It sounds good!  the Russian Proverb goes: there is nothing more permanent than a temporary solution. As Quantitative Easing was introduced to buy Central Bankers time so they could fix the structural problems in the economy. But quickly QE became the solution to every possible economic hiccup. Temporary QE has now become the permanent problem which has juiced asset prices, created epic amounts of private debt,

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 Richard Werner is quite sane here, no chemtrails, anti-vax, or covid conspiracy theories. 

He believes the regulations should be changed to encourage more small banks to flourish, which would be more willing to fund small and medium sized businesses. Germany has been the most successful at this, he says, and many of these companies are very innovative in the new green technologies. It sounds good! 


 the Russian Proverb goes: there is nothing more permanent than a temporary solution. 

As Quantitative Easing was introduced to buy Central Bankers time so they could fix the structural problems in the economy. But quickly QE became the solution to every possible economic hiccup. Temporary QE has now become the permanent problem which has juiced asset prices, created epic amounts of private debt, and left most of us poorer…

Ross Ashcroft is joined by Professor Richard Werner, who first coined the term Quantitative Easing, to discuss what went wrong.



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Mike Norman is an economist and veteran trader whose career has spanned over 30 years on Wall Street. He is a former member and trader on the CME, NYMEX, COMEX and NYFE and he managed money for one of the largest hedge funds and ran a prop trading desk for Credit Suisse.

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