Red Alert! Frontside INTEL Coming In: Trillions of Dollars Coming Back to The US!

Word on the “street” is that there are trillions of unused, unwanted US dollars coming back to flood our markets in the next few weeks!!! Do with it what you will!

Funny… I didn’t see CNBC carry this story yet… I wonder why not…

Is this the reason the FED is going to be stopping QE?


The Fed Has Started Talking About Ending Its Economic Stimulus Program

Wall Street Journal reporter John Hilsenrath is so plugged in at the Federal Reserve that he has earned the nickname “Fed Wire.”

Whenever the Fed wants to start sending a new message to Wall Street, the story goes, they call up John Hilsenrath.

And then, thanks to Hilsenrath’s excellent articles, by the time the actual announcement comes out, it’s no big deal, because everyone already knows about it.

And now John Hilsenrath is reporting that the Fed has started talking about when and how to end its latest economic stimulus program:

Federal Reserve officials have mapped out a strategy for winding down an unprecedented $85 billion-a-month bond-buying program meant to spur the economy—an effort to preserve flexibility and manage highly unpredictable market expectations.

Officials say they plan to reduce the amount of bonds they buy in careful and potentially halting steps, varying their purchases as their confidence about the job market and inflation evolves. The timing on when to start is still being debated.

Read more:

Timing of Wind-Down Is Uncertain, but Focus Is on Managing Unpredictable Market Expectations

Fed’s George Pushes for Exit From Bond-Buying Program

Read more:



The Giant Currency Superstorm That Is Coming To The Shores Of America When The Dollar Dies

By recklessly printing, borrowing and spending money, our authorities are absolutely shredding confidence in the U.S. dollar.  The rest of the world is watching this nonsense, and at some point they are going to give up on the U.S. dollar and throw their hands up in the air.  When that happens, it is going to be absolutely catastrophic for the U.S. economy.  Right now, we export a lot of our inflation.  Each year, we buy far more from the rest of the world than they buy from us, and so the rest of the world ends up with giant piles of U.S. dollars.  This works out pretty well for them, because the U.S. dollar is the primary reserve currency of the world and is used in international trade far more than any other currency is.  Back in 1999, the percentage of foreign exchange reserves in U.S. dollars peaked at 71 percent, and since then it has slid back to 62.2 percent.  But that is still an overwhelming amount.  We can print, borrow and spend like crazy because the rest of the world is there to soak up our excess dollars because they need them to trade with one another.  But what will happen someday if the rest of the world decides to reject the U.S. dollar?  At that point we would see a tsunami of U.S. dollars come flooding back to this country.  Just take a moment and think of the worst superstorm that you can possibly imagine, and then replace every drop of rain with a dollar bill.  The giant currency superstorm that will eventually hit this nation will be far worse than that.

Most Americans don’t realize that there are far more dollars in use in the rest of the world than in the United States itself.  The following is from a scholarly article by Linda Goldberg

The dollar is a major form of cash currency around the world. The majority of dollar banknotes are estimated to be held outside the US. More than 70% of hundred-dollar notes and nearly 60% of twenty- and fifty-dollar notes are held abroad, while two-thirds of all US banknotes have been in circulation outside the country since 1990

For decades we have been exporting gigantic quantities of our currency.

So what would happen if that process suddenly reversed and massive piles of dollars started coming back into the country?

It is frightening to think about.


US sends Japan currency warning as G7 meets

AYLESBURY, England – The United States told Japan it would be watching for any sign it was manipulating its currency lower but Tokyo said it met no resistance to its policies at a meeting of Group of Seven finance ministers which will conclude on Saturday.

As ministers and central bankers met in a stately home set in rolling countryside 40 miles outside London, differences were also evident over whether to prioritize debt-cutting or promoting economic growth.

Treasury Secretary Jack Lew said Japan had “growth issues” that needed to be dealt with but that its attempts to stimulate its economy needed to stay within the bounds of international agreements to avoid competitive devaluations.

“I’m just going to refer back to the ground rules and the fact that we’ve made clear that we’ll keep an eye on that,” Lew told the CNBC news channel.




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  • Anonymous

    You realize the “FedWire” is the real time financial transfer network that every bank uses to transfer money to each other, or to/from the Fed.

    Your dude “Fed Wire” isn’t some shadowy x-files style figure that only meets in parking garages to relay info to the swaths of awesome investigative journalists at the WSJ.

    Please do some basic research before you try to connect the dots next time.

  • libsarescum

    Jack Lew lecturing Japan on “growth issues” and “manipulating currency”? Give me a break! The U.S. has a 1% “growth issue” and printing out $85 billion a month, after printing out 1 trillion a year.

  • Eric McLaughlin

    The Leo Wanta fund is dead real.

  • SomeGuy

    Junk article– no explanation of “trillions retuning to US in next few weeks.” all headline and no news…

  • Wideawakeandfedup

    I don’t understand why the FED can’t soak up the extra dollars as they come on the US market. They created them out of nothing. Why can’t they destroy them when it serves them just as well? They are nothing but paper with their name on it. The financial system is totally controlled now. Nothing happens that they don’t plan months and years in advance. If they want to crash our economy they will. If they want to put sanity back in the process they will. It’s all about what they want and what gives them more power and riches. Even the metals market is under their manipulation and regulation. We have no control over it and no real defense against it. Not the way the system works now.

    • Chico

      The extra dollars are spent into the U.S. economy, bypassing the Fed. The Fed doesn’t have control over the money once it leaves their banks after being created out of nothing, unless they destroy all money already deposited or being deposited into banks. If they try that, no one will ever deal with banks again.

      • Boomerang

        Right. I’m “afraid” the Dollars that are going to come back won’t go to Stocks and Bonds, but to buy what ever, so that the QE will be still “needed”.

        Ben is in a trap. But that isn’t really a news anymore ;-)

  • ddearborn


    I find it almost laughable that virtually every article I FED that mentions the FED “winding down” its stimulus program the impression they always always try to impart is that some how just because they are stopping the damaging effects of the FED’s flooding the world with dollars disappears. And as if by magic the threat of run away inflation with it. And as a corollary to that lie. commodities and in particular gold and silver must go down as well. People the FED has pumped at least 30 TRILLION DOLLARS INTO THE GLOBAL MARKETS. When the “QE” stops all those dollars out in circulation don’t suddenly evaporate. The trillions of dollars are still out there. And No matter what the FED says or does the ultimate consequence will be run away inflation and the demise of the dollar as the defacto world currency. It cannot end any other way. There is NO way to put the genie back in the bottle. Of course the bright boys and girls and the FED knew all this from the start. You will see that the key inside players will have positioned themselves perfectly for the inevitable transition to the new world currency. It really doesn’t matter what it is, Juan Yen, Euro, or make up a new one. What matters to the people that control the FED and the world banking is that they will be in total control of the currency. Hell it could even be a “new” dollar. Of course the old dollar would be discarded and what little remains of the worlds working class wealth along with it.

    The only reason that gold isn’t at $5000 and rising is because the banking criminals don’t want it to…..yet. Of course none of this really matters because they are forcing the rest of us to gamble with a coin that always comes up heads and we are only allowed to call tails………Bottom line here is that in banking terms the trillions haven’t been hiding in a black hole. So if rampant inflation sudenly is seen out in the open instead of hidden like it is now, it is only because the criminals want it.

    This article is one of the few that at least tries to warn us. The problem is that the average working man on the street has no options and no where to go. Knowledge is power only if you have the ability to act upon it.

  • Susan Lindauer

    CAn’t read the article because the advertisement’s blocking it and won’t close. F— Verizon

  • Silverbug

    We may see GOLD and the USD rise at the same time for a while. Europe & Japan will burn to the ground first.Even stocks will begin to rise with no correlation given to valuations whatsoever..We are in a global world now. Capital flows are everything and should be constantly looked at.The USA is not a fishbowl.