This coming from the private banking cartel known as THE FED, with comments by George Soros?

“We are in a form of a depression.” – Economist David Rosenberg is putting it mildly so as not to panic the cattle.  Gold is at $1,195.00.

I’m so freakin’ done with being lied to, and I hope y’all started buying gold, silver, precious gems, food, etc., a year ago when I suggested it.


Fed Officials: Recovery Could Take Six Years

The Federal Reserve says it could be five to six years before we return to normal growth.

That’s according to Fed officials in the central bank’s latest economic forecast.

They expect unemployment, now 10.2 percent, to remain in a range of 6.8 to 7.5 percent through 2012.

“Business contacts reported that they would be cautious in their hiring and would continue to aggressively seek cost savings,” Fed officials said in minutes from their most recent policy meeting.

Businesses would be able to meet any increases in demand in the near term by raising their employees’ hours and boosting productivity, thus delaying the need to add to their payrolls,” the officials said.

“It is a slow-motion recovery,” Stuart Hoffman, chief economist at PNC Financial Services Group, told The Washington Post.

“It sure doesn’t look like the beginning of a normal, rapid recovery.”

Economist David Rosenberg is even more pessimistic.

We’re in a form of depression,” Rosenberg, chief economist and strategist at Gluskin Sheff Associates, Inc., a Toronto wealth management firm, told CNBC.

“Depressions . . . typically happen after a prolonged period of credit excess morphs into a collapse, and you get asset deflation. We had asset deflation, and we had a contraction in private-sector credit.”

Billionaire George Soros believes a “bloodletting” may be in the offing for leveraged buyout firms (LBOs) and commercial real estate investors amid the worst economy in seven decades.

“In commercial real estate and leveraged buyouts, the bloodletting is yet to come,” Soros said in a speech in Europe, reported by Bloomberg News.

“These factors will continue to weigh on the American economy, and the American consumer will no longer be able to serve as the motor for the world economy.”

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UPDATE: Head over to Insight Analytical and check this out!

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