You are in securitzation?Originally posted by: LegendKiller
Originally posted by: senseamp
Aren't you in lending, and wasn't your ilk responsible for this current mess?Originally posted by: LegendKiller
Hyper inflation, to them, is anything over 0%Originally posted by: palehorse74
doesnt that statement right there make you the boy who cried wolf? After all, havent you been wrongly calling the current inflation "hyper" for some time now?Originally posted by: PC Surgeon
Then you have the possibility of hyperinflation.Originally posted by: JS80
You stop liquidity and the system fails. Plus it's not exactly free money we're printing. It's all in the balance sheet.Originally posted by: PC Surgeon
The problem is that liquidity needs to stop at some point. You cannot just keep throwing money at the problem. The question is when is the time to turn off the faucet?Originally posted by: JS80
GD was totally avoidable if the Fed didn't kill liquidity. They learned their lesson from that and are doing a fairly good job keeping it liquid.
Yes, I am lending, but only in a conservative way. Yes, some of them are resonsible for this current mess. You see, I have never denied it.