A couple of minor technical problems called “business” and “life” have now intruded on my increasingly bogged down publication schedule that, in the interest of getting caught up, I’m presenting a condensed version of the Fed Report tonight. It includes just the main components of the macro liquidity indicator (which I suspect is probably all that you really want anyway). For reference purposes you can access the last full report and a free preview here. I promise to do my best to get back to the usual 125 page tome by the end of this week. Then I will take a vacation!
In the meantime, I thank you for your forebearance and support. My 90 year old mother and my wife, who rarely see me, both thank you for sharing me with them from time to time.
I hope that you are enjoying the new Capitalstool.com Stool Pigeons Wire message board software also installed at the Wall Street Examiner forums, that I have been working to get installed and operational since yesterday. They’re pretty spiffy and were part of the reason for this delay, but only part.
So, with no more excuses and without further adieu, let’s begin this week’s festivities on a fresh page. However, before we do that, I would like to note just one thing that’s not covered in the summary report below. The Fed’s balance sheet shrank by $10 billion this week and is now $45 billion below its level when QE2 ended last June. So please don’t get sucked in by the nonsense flying around the web about the Fed doing a stealth QE. It just ain’t a fact, M’am!
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