Bernanke’s Japan Visit Unveils “Helicopter Money”, Sparks Monster Rally

Loaded up and on the way.

“Dolla dolla bill ya’ll…”

Or is it yen yen ya’ll?

No matter, the helicopters are in the air over Tokyo and currency is about to fall from the sky.

Watch military spending in Japan ramp up. This ought to work. We promise. This time. It’s gonna happen.

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Bank Of Japan Said To Start Preparing For Losses On Its “Huge” Debt Holdings Once QE Ends

Remember when Japan was going to rule the world? And no I’m not talking about WWII, I’m talking about the late 80s. The Japanese were buying up everything. The world was turning Japanese. Ahem.

That was a long time ago now. Indeed many of our readers don’t remember the 80s Japanese surge because they weren’t even born. Since those heady days Japan has stagnated. It may be looking at significantly worse than stagnation soon. The Land of the Rising Sun,

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“There is no (global) recovery” Banks are abandoning the Japanese stock market, Japan to just dump “free” cash on its citizens? (VIDEO)

Abenomics, the massive Keynesian experiment spearheaded by the Japanese Prime Minister has failed and now this failure is just becoming obvious.

This stimulus effort having failed some economists (see the attached video) now think that fiscal stimulus is needed. (As opposed to monetary stimulus.)

That ain’t gonna work either but things are getting ugly and the Keynesians are getting desperate.

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HSBC fears horrible end to Japan’s QE blitz as Abe wins landslide

The yen debasement bus rolls on. Has a new tank of gas too.

Oil sends a shudder through the world economy. Japan goes for broke (probably literally) with the Japanese citizenry on board. China fears being sucked into a debasement black hole. Europe clings. We watch.

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The Japanese Economic Double Down, Damn the Torpedos, Full Speed Ahead!

Japan’s new Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is not messing around. He’s not priming the pump, he wants a gusher caused by massive inflationary pressure. This has always worked well in the past of course. Sure am glad China and Japan keep sparing over those rocks in the South China Sea. Thankfully nobody ever goes to war for economic reasons.

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