September 10, 2012 at 09:00 AM EDT
ETF Plays To Heed Bill Gross’ Warnings
Since the unprecedented financial crash of 2008, investors have witnessed some of the most radical and controversial practices being adopted by our central bank to save our sputtering economy. Perhaps the most sensational of the measures taken were the infamous quantitative easing programs, where the Fed proceeded to “monetize” the debt by printing massive amounts of money. In addition, interest rates have been slashed to record low levels – to an unthinkable zero percent interest rate. And given the fact that the U.S. economy is still sluggish at best, many experts are weighing in on the various asset-purchasing programs and whether or not they agree with the action of the Fed [see also ETF Profile: Credit Suisse 130/30 (CSM)]. Those who have spoken out against the Fed include none other than the legendary Bond King himself, Bill Gross. Gross warns that the Fed’s rampant money printing and zero-percent interest rates are actually [...] Click here to read the original article on ETFdb.com. Related Posts: Visualizing Target Retirement Date ETFs MATH Lesson: AdvisorShares Rolls Out Tactical Advantage ETF State Street Plans Active ETFs PowerShares To Reshuffle ETF Indexes Schwab Offers ETF Portfolios
Since the unprecedented financial crash of 2008, investors have witnessed some of the most radical and controversial practices being adopted by our central bank to save our sputtering economy. Perhaps the most sensational of the measures taken were the infamous quantitative easing programs, where the Fed proceeded to “monetize” the debt by printing  massive amounts of money. In addition, interest rates have been slashed to record low levels – to an unthinkable zero percent interest rate. And given the fact that the U.S. economy is still sluggish at best, many experts are weighing in on the various asset-purchasing programs and whether or not they agree with the action of the Fed [see also ETF Profile: Credit Suisse 130/30 (CSM)]. Those who have spoken out against the Fed include none other than the legendary Bond King himself, Bill Gross. Gross warns that the Fed’s rampant money printing and zero-percent interest rates are actually [...]

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