The Primary Dealer - New York Fed Ponzi Circle Jerk Continues

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Tue, 04/19/2011 - 11:51 | 1184178 Muir
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"New York Fed Ponzi Circle Jerk Continues"


pure poetry


"Primary Dealers naturally getting their tip value for allowing the ponzi to continue..."


Just as I suspected, Tyler majored in Lit.



Tue, 04/19/2011 - 12:07 | 1184254 Ahmeexnal
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US Supreme Court building has been evacuated.

Tue, 04/19/2011 - 13:01 | 1184599 sabra1
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Alan Greenspan let one go!

Tue, 04/19/2011 - 13:07 | 1184635 defn8Dog
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A "suspicious package" turned out to be an abandoned baby carriage.  No sign of Mr. Bean.

Tue, 04/19/2011 - 11:51 | 1184185 buzzsaw99
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You either feed the beast or the beast gets angry.

Tue, 04/19/2011 - 12:47 | 1184497 uno
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new reality show:  15 minutes with the Bernake   - takes on the beast as well as Snooki

Tue, 04/19/2011 - 11:51 | 1184199 Ancona
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It mystifies me that foreign nations just whistle and look the other way, as the U.S. continues to destroy her currency.

When the music stops on this one, the pain will be epic and it will circle the world.

Tue, 04/19/2011 - 11:58 | 1184213 NotApplicable
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That's because they are far more addicted to the dollar (and its accompanying global currency inflation) than they'd like to admit.

They all want to consume the future today, up until the instant that there isn't one left.

Tue, 04/19/2011 - 12:12 | 1184279 Spitzer
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Would you include Canada ?

Royal Bank of Canada is a Fed primary dealer.

Bank of Novascotia is an official bullion bank(jpm)

And all of them are "authorized participants of the GLD ETF.

Tue, 04/19/2011 - 13:11 | 1184652 MarketTruth
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A slight correction if i may:

You mean GLD ETF bankster theft. Check out their 10k filing and you will quickly see that GLD is just another scheme to fleece the stupid from buying real gold. When the music stops, GLD paper owners will be left holding an empty bag.

As the popular (for a reason) saying goes, "If you don't physically hold it you do not own it."

Tue, 04/19/2011 - 11:55 | 1184205 Cleanclog
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Will Santelli revise the "A" grade he gave the 3 year last week?  I used to be a PD trader, and there always were bits of collusion and talk among PDs on the street and the big institutional funds, but we didn't have the Fed buying things back as soon as settlement week.  Crazy conditions these days.  

Tue, 04/19/2011 - 12:02 | 1184241 Muir
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"I used to be a PD trader, and there always were bits of collusion and talk among PDs on the street"

You bad, GIRL!








Tue, 04/19/2011 - 12:16 | 1184289 Cleanclog
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I repent and atone to this day.

Tue, 04/19/2011 - 11:56 | 1184208 hedgeless_horseman
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February, 25, 2010

Rep. Brad Sherman, California Democrat, asked Mr. Bernanke directly whether the Fed would consider such a strategy, especially since IMF officials endorsed it.

“We’re not going to monetize the debt,” Mr. Bernanke declared flatly, stressing that Congress needs to start making plans to bring down the deficit to avoid such a dangerous dilemma for the Fed.

Tue, 04/19/2011 - 11:56 | 1184209 TruthInSunshine
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The Bernank's virtuous circle.

Tue, 04/19/2011 - 13:12 | 1184667 MarketTruth
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They call him Ben Shalom BUKKAKI for a reason.

Tue, 04/19/2011 - 11:57 | 1184210 RobotTrader
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I might have made an error in calling for another intermediate low in stocks this week.

Seems like another "flight to quality" occurring as the 35-year bull market in bonds continues unabated.

A clear sign from market participants that:

- Unlimited deficits

- Unrestrained spending

- Fractional Reserve Lending

- Lack of specie-backed currency

- Continued "Wash, Rinse, Repeat" cycles

- Voracious demand for AAA-rated, gilt-edged Treasuries

Will continue indefinitely, with no restraint whatsoever.


Tue, 04/19/2011 - 12:01 | 1184228 Muir
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Tue, 04/19/2011 - 12:02 | 1184232 firstdivision
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Well that magical rally in the 10y yesterday was not demand, but more of an orchestrated measure, IMO.  Unless we see PIM(p)CO is only long 10Y, I do not think yesterday's bounce was true demand. 

You have to admit that bond's and stocks making an upward trajectory at that same time is a bit fishy.  Especially since that goes against historical correlations.

Tue, 04/19/2011 - 12:15 | 1184260 SheepDog-One
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And silver and gold on cue shoot straight up, once again canceling it all out, new Treasury bond boot licker Robo!

BTW where is Ol Catfishmouth? Shes far better than this b-cup heroin addict lookin thing you replaced her with. 

Anyway Robo, dream on. PM bonds rule, not phony FED paper.

Tue, 04/19/2011 - 17:41 | 1185832 Zero Govt
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you calling a trend Robot on a chart lasting 1 week???

you did this a couple of days ago on Treasuries and i looked at an annual chart and it showed a whole different picture to your naval gazing

Tue, 04/19/2011 - 12:06 | 1184212 plocequ1
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 Give me a break. What the fuck did you expect?

Tue, 04/19/2011 - 11:59 | 1184219 Soul Train
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right on again. Good insight. This whole system together with foreign wars is bound to implode like any bubble.


Humpty Dumpty.

Then we'll get to draft a new constitution. No more IRS and no more Federal Reserve.

And then let's give the opportunity to segment North America into separate countries. California can be their own. So can NY, MA, NH, and the rest of their brothers.


I am tired of feeding the trough of the banksters and the Washington beltway robber barons.


I have had enough of foreign wars, with no end in sight. And I don't even understand why we are there. And the politicians have no metrics that they report to the USA people - uh, sheople.


A country that loses its morality is soon to collapse. At to it bankruptcy, and it's no wonder gold and silver have started their ascent.


People, you ain't seen nothin' yet.


Tue, 04/19/2011 - 12:04 | 1184239 youngman
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And then let's give the opportunity to segment North America into separate countries. California can be their own. So can NY, MA, NH, and the rest of their brothers.



I think this is in our future....after a little bit of chaos......actually quite a bit....

Tue, 04/19/2011 - 12:10 | 1184264 buzzsaw99
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North Dakota down through Texas would be more than happy to go it alone.

Tue, 04/19/2011 - 12:35 | 1184412 Confuchius
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You might find this book interesting (from 1981)

Tue, 04/19/2011 - 15:15 | 1185179 Lednbrass
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Loosely put, I think it will split into Billy Yank, Johnny Reb. the Marlboro Man, and Suzy Moonbeam.

Tue, 04/19/2011 - 12:11 | 1184262 tallen
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Gold just hit $1500!!!! Precious Metals DISCO TIME

Tue, 04/19/2011 - 12:13 | 1184285 SheepDog-One
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And the walls close in even further in Robos dingy 400 sq apartment.

Tue, 04/19/2011 - 12:10 | 1184269 MisterAmbassador
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What really hacks me off is that all of this is being labeled Capitalism and being blamed for the world's problems.

Bailouts are Socialism.  There should never, ever, ever be any bailouts - not even the inefficient, poorly run airlines after 9/11.

The Fed is central planning.  We know that these things don't work, yet we use them and people see that as Capitalism!

Subsidies for corporations and farms are Socialism!

Freddie Mac, Fannie Mae socialized the mortgage markets.

TBTF is Socialism.  Nothing should ever be TBTF.  Capitalism without competition and no risk of failure isn't Capitalism!

I heard Beck saying that some whacko Christian preacher or something has predicted the Rapture for May 21 of this years, so maybe some people won't have to be around to watch it all fall apart, as the hand of the Divine takes them away from this awful place.  Pssh.  I have no desire to go to Heaven is Kirk Cameron was right, after all.  He's annoying.  He had a friend named Boner -  sounds kinda guy.  Did that not mean the same thing in the 1980s?  I mean, I know it can mean mistake.  But, still.

Heard some clip of Neal Boortz after Obama's speech last week.  Hadn't heard Boortz in a while.  Anyway, he refers to Obama as "THAT HACK IN THE WHITE HOUSE" - I almost died laughing.

Drugs will relieve me of what lies ahead before the bottom falls out or deliberately when the bottom falls out.  I'm more of a reincarnation guy, anyway.  If Beck's right, though, we'll I'd rather laugh with sinners than cry with the saints, anyway.


*sniff*  *sniff*  Yeah, I know it's a Tuesday.  Lay off.


This is the perfect philosophy for life:

Tue, 04/19/2011 - 12:12 | 1184275 lineskis
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QE3 or not QE3, that is the question...

Tue, 04/19/2011 - 12:15 | 1184296 SheepDog-One
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I say 'GO for it'! Personally Id love nothing more than a $5 trillion debt ceiling raise frosted with $2 trillion QE3 icing on gold which will quickly shoot up $200 easily!

Tue, 04/19/2011 - 12:16 | 1184299 Atomizer
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indeed..the circle jerk continues.

Tue, 04/19/2011 - 12:36 | 1184421 cabernet
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Yea, this is a very easy way for the FED to give tax payer money to the primary dealers. Primary dealers buy from the US Treasury. They mark it up and sell it to the FED. Very easy money. It also creates the illusion that there is decent demand for new issues. Bid to Cover in the 3.5 times range creates the appearance that investors want the notes.


Tue, 04/19/2011 - 13:50 | 1184842 dizzyfingers
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Tue, 04/19/2011 - 14:47 | 1185079 gwar5
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Circle Jerk is exactly right. We're all getting sploogied. This isn't capitalism. This is an orgy of criminality and crony billionaire socialism masquarading as humanitarian market intervention. 

Tue, 04/19/2011 - 17:36 | 1185812 Zero Govt
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good summation that  :)

Tue, 04/19/2011 - 15:26 | 1185236 Carnegie_IB
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do i understand this correctly?

The fed issues debt, has fake buyers [the PD] in the crowd to make the auction look active. After the auction ends, the PD [Ponzi Debt] buyer sells the bond back to the Fed Bank at a higher price?

Wash, rinse and repeat? trying to develop credibility.


does the Fed issue debt, use the PD as a conduit, they get their fee, the fed buys it back using newly issued credit, and the PD profit is like a transaction fee?

at least cut out the PD and save a bit in fees, no can do, that would reduce credibility and cannot entice valid buyers to participate.

Tue, 04/19/2011 - 17:35 | 1185810 Zero Govt
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"New York Fed Ponzi Circle Jerk Continues"

I'm not even going to try and picture that.. get as far as fat old farts, cronies sitting around a board table and they stand to unbelt their pants and ....stop!!!


Tue, 04/19/2011 - 20:45 | 1186379 DavidPierre
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