Goldman Launches The SS QE3

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equity_momo's picture

1700 by Jackson Hole.

1800 whilst Benny opens his mouth at Jackson Hole.

flacon's picture

Shalom swallows his Jackson HOLE WHOLE.

TruthInSunshine's picture

The Bernank says to his side kick, The William Dudley, to the Fedmobile, Dudster!

Off to The Jackson Hole.

Inflation, Schminflation! We need to ease monetary policy some more, bitchez!

Bear's picture

Black Helocopters over the Tetons

Terra-Firma's picture

inflate or deflate, the end result is unchanged: less buying and selling. Deflation goes to the saver inflation to the spender. that is, the rich get poorer or the poor get out of the debt hole. the real debate is about who pays the piper.

bigelkhorn's picture

the guys from have been getting laughed at for saying qe3 is coming.

But they seem to be two steps ahead all the time.

They know how the governemnt plays....act like it is backed into a corner and take actions that go against the people. The fasard continues people. What a joke!

I bet they cant wait to unleash QE4, oh and dont think it CANT happen either! QE 1, QE2, QE3, QE? yes yes. are you starting to wake up and see a pattern now! :P

Setarcos's picture

Coz I iz not in the disunited states I can only comment from the side-lines, which include knowing that Cantor (and no doubt others) has shorted the bond market.

He will make a fortune out of everything crashing and so will many others in their insane world of "money/financialism" is everything.  But it is all short-term innit!

In the long-run no one wins.

Meanwhile all those like Cantor - in the context of gambling about the "debt ceiling" - operate out of pure self-interest, so do not expect any meaningful resolution of "the debt crisis".

DaddyO's picture


Isn't it amazing how ZH provides a forum for the absolute bashing of the TBTF banks, the FED and every other party we love to bash, yet we hang on every word that these bastards utter.


Tyler Durden's picture

Yes, because not only do they make the rules, but they telegraph them too.

gordengeko's picture

That's right, just wait until QE3 is announced.  They will not be able to keep the lid on silver this time...and they know it.

knukles's picture

And without their promulgations, we'd nothing to bash.
Was it the chicken or the egg first?
Or the rooster?

TwoShortPlanks's picture

When a Central Bank acts as Market Maker/Manipulator it's all over as far as I'm concerned. Hanging by ropes from trees may telegraph to future generations that they acted too late, too little and incorrectly when they did.
Long on rope!

AldousHuxley's picture

they don't even have to telegrah. It is a given.

Fed can play this game longer than any trader shorting against it.

Just enjoy the gains.


oldman's picture

Rules, Tyler---what stinking rules???

"I win and you lose----always" ? That 's no stinking rule----it's fascism ----just plain and fucking simple fascism. Why try and put a pretty face on it?

I don't like authority           om

fishface's picture


the rule is not that you gonna lose...that is the result

The rule is how you gonna lose


I don't have authority


dogbreath's picture



I have been gone for the past few hours and upon returning here it shows that threads I haven't even visited are not equal in the number of new comments vs the number of total comments.  Is this a bug in the system or is there another dogbreath, imposter of course.

BTW, I'd like my junk button back.  Zero Hedge isn't womens international figureskating.


I am a Man I am Forty's picture

well, the market better go down a helluva lot more from here in order for them to get away with it

KennyG09's picture

"It is said that if you know your enemies and know yourself, you will not be imperiled in a hundred battles; if you do not know your enemies but do know yourself, you will win one and lose one; if you do not know your enemies nor yourself, you will be imperiled in every single battle."

-Some Chinese General Guy 

the mad hatter's picture

sounds like something confusious would say

macholatte's picture

Sun Tzu - The Art of War


It is essential to seek out enemy agents who have come to conduct espionage against you and to bribe them to serve you. Give them instructions and care for them. Thus doubled agents are recruited and used.
Sun Tzu

All war is based on deception.
Sun Tzu

BorisTheBlade's picture

Same Chinese general:

Keep your friends close, and your enemies closer.
fishface's picture

Sun Tzu ...again

If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. 

If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. 

If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.


SilverRhino's picture

Pay attention to your enemies or they will skullfuck you when you arent watching.

Scottj88's picture

The Federal Reserve is a Private Bank, just like the TBTF banks.  The system that it has created is a giant illusion.  This is not a US Specific problem, as the European countries are trapped within the same nonsense system America is apart of.  Zerohedge does a great job teaching many of the specifics of the corruption.

LongBalls's picture

We are utterly screwed are we not? I have believed since QE2 started that this fiat game is coming to an end. I guess I should come off the rest of my dollars and buy more gold and silver. This crap would be funny if it were not so serious. Millions of people are about to get the high hard one!

High Plains Drifter's picture

i was listening to a alternative media radio show on the internet and these two guys were talking about things. they are probably in their thirties. the host said that according to his demographics research most of his listeners are in their thirties and forties and he wanted younger listeners but he said the reason why they don't listen is because they think they are growing up in the same world as their parents.  they  are correct. the young people of today haven't got a clue and i am afraid for them. their world is not their father's world. hard core reality coming hard at them, will not be pretty and will not be pleasant, as it won't for the rest of us as well.

Samual Adams's picture

Was it Patriot Radio news hour.   and the Dudes laugh a lot and joke and talk about gold.


I like them and download their show.  It's a lighter side to serious stuff.

Vic Vinegar's picture

Well doomers, some of you are going to be shit out of luck.  Some of us are going to be fine no matter what happens.

poor fella's picture

Did I not get some sarc? If you listen to Katy Perry then I can assure you, you are not fine... Are you 9? At least try Embryonic Journey or something that resembles music instead of a proactive commercial.

Vic Vinegar's picture

I like you dude.  I am 9 in spirit.

Tyler - quit trying to manage the unmanageable.


Central Bankster's picture

You have a good taste in music chumpppp.

slewie the pi-rat's picture

+ 75,000,000 + views + kt_pry +

HungrySeagull's picture

No Sir, we are not screwed.

Buy a coin bullion at a price lower than the ask. Make sure your spread is more than your purchase fee.

Wait until the buy is completed. Then transfer the coin to the ask column to sell at a profit. Again make sure your fee is less than the spread.


That way you should be successful in Physical Metals and Bullion. But take care, some metals are trading at spot or below price plus spot with very small gaps between Bid and Ask and the fees will eat your profits up.

That is how you fight a QE3.


This is the only time I will say anything about this.

j0nx's picture

Uh huh yeah right. Good luck buying silver for less than $4.00 over spot anywhere. Unless you buy in 1000 quantity which very few of us here can do. I buy 10-25 at a time myself and have found NOWHERE that sells for less than $4.00 over spot, at least in the past 6 months. Your advice is equal in value to the tits on a borehog.

darkstar7646's picture

You'll get it confiscated, especially in a full violent reset, which is the only real result of going "balanced budget" for any real length of time!

High Plains Drifter's picture

oh goody, up and down arrows............say something robo.........:)

monopoly's picture

Nothing surprises me any more.

"Pound and Pence", that is good sir, that is good. :)

Good night all. Gotta get some sleep for tomorrow's games.

baby_BLYTHE's picture

Someone has got to pay the price.

Will it be YOUR generation, will it be MY generation or will it be a FUTURE generation?

I suggest total collapse will come within the next five years.

Extend and pretend can only last for so long before it blows up in their face. Man, willl Ben and the FED ever be sorry for ever thinking the could get away with it.

The crime of the century 

SilverIsKing's picture

Not a chance this can be extended for five more years. The cat is jumping out of the bag on a daily basis with a greater and greater number of people waking up to the ponzi. As this snowball heads downhill, it will grow and roll faster and faster making it impossible to stop.

We're done here. Please turn out the lights before you leave.

j0nx's picture

Funny, the people I see on a daily basis are still only concerned about gay marriage, football, beer and reality TV. Not sure what people you're talking about. I think many of us here make the mistake of thinking that everyone else thinks like we do here on these kinds of blogs. The VAST majority of Americans don't even know anything is out of the ordinary. Trust me on this. Either that or they are still blaming those evil warmongering Repuglicans even though most of this shit happened while the D's had control of CONgress. The ones that do know are mostly still blaming the wrong culprits. Those of us here and on other forums that know the REAL score are probably less than 1/10 of 1% of the population. No, Americans are certainly not waking up to the ponzi.

darkstar7646's picture

Five years? Right now, I would not give total collapse five WEEKS. After tonight, I am only about 50-50 that this theatre ends before August 2.

darkstar7646's picture

And that's a MAYBE. (Not disputing, just emphasizing.)

I'm now in the "no deal" camp. I think we have run out of time, and I think it's going to take emergency actions not to "soft default"/prioritize. The "hard default" comes if they make certain decisions on prioritization, which I have already noted.

Yen Cross's picture

Blythe/ eur-usd on the top of the trade? Or play the FIBI? You are a child... Should we trade eur/jpy short or long?


     Buy the dip? [ wink wink] ?    You are a child with a female  toss across...  Nothing more and nothing less....


         Stay under the porch):  YEN

AldousHuxley's picture

"We all fucked"


boomers can't retire or retire in fear.

boomerangs can't get a job or buy a house

future kids are being screwed before they are even born as boomerangs with no job and no home will have less and less kids.