Italian article this am

Misrepresents what I say a bit, but they do have my picture next to JFK! ;) The IMF: sovereign currency, no longer the monopoly of the banks Eliminate the public debt of the United States at once, and do the same with Great Britain, Italy, Germany, Japan, Greece. At the same time revive the ‘ […]

Interview Pending

Interview being set up: >    >   (email exchange) >    >   On Nov. 10, 2011 4:31:09 PM, Tim wrote: >    >   Hi, This is Tom Elliott writing on behalf of The Peter Schiff Show. I’m writing to see whether >   you might be available for an interview. >   

CNBC mention

Just got this email in comments section of my blog: Warren, You just got quoted by Steve Leisman on CNBC: Leisman: “As Warren Mosler has said: ‘Because we think we may be the next Greece, we are turning ourselves into the next Japan’. ” But I think based on other things he said he (Leisman) […]

CNBC Video

Not my first choice of topic, but what they wanted me to discuss. Currency movements are nearly impossible to accurately forecast due to continuous cross currents. The overly flattering intro was a pleasant surprise that caught me out for a moment. And I’ll shamelessly use it selectively to advance the cause. >    >   (email exchange) >    […]

Assessing the Fed under Chairman Bernanke

[Skip to the end] “Worldly wisdom teaches that it is better for reputation to fail conventionally than to succeed unconventionally.” Keynes, Chapter 12, The General Theory of Employment, Interest, and Money The Fed has failed, but failed conventionally, and is therefore being praised for what it has done. The Fed has a stated goal of […]

2001 Quantitative-easing letter- nothing has changed

[Skip to the end] Quantitative Easing is Simply a ‘Bank Tax’ Letters to the Editor- Financial Times; Feb 23, 2001 by Warren B. Mosler From Mr. Warren B. Mosler Sir, The Group of Seven’s call for monetary easing to solve Japan’s economic problems seems to misunderstand bank mechanics. I suspect that most who advocate quantitative […]