Hoffman Huffman

  • Also worth referencing is the possible placebo effect of QE-right or incorrect, many people feel QE to get efficacious, and of which belief itself could have been stimulative to economic activity. Whatever belief I might have concerning that claim, I must recognize that that comes with substantive uncertainty. Interestingly, 1 claim that…[Read more]

  • Integrity is still the most effective policy. Note: Quantitative easing is a macroeconomic policy where a central lender creates new money and uses that to purchase existing monetary assets in the economy-for example, already-issued government bonds. The central bank is usually no different by any other market push that speculators are…[Read more]