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How the biggest producers of cocoa beans are struggling to afford the very commodity that supports their economies. #Business&Economy #Ghana #IvoryCoast #Food #Africa #Agriculture
 
I therefore declare that my wedding cake in some weeks will be the last piece of sweets that I eat in my life.

Sounds crazy, but I feel great about it. I was thinking about it the whole week and I feel really relieved after deciding this.

#food #health
 
The problem is not that I can't resist sweets - I can. The problem is that in case I started eating, I can't stop eating sweets.

#food #health
 
I'm just not able to stop eating sweets.

I'm mentally strong, but I have no defense against sweets. I honestly think this is how an addiction feels.

#food #health
 
In the last hour, I ate:
- 2 chocolate Easter bunnies
- 3 bars of Mars
- 10 dried dates
- two portions of dinner

I couldn't stop. I hate myself.
#food #health
 
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Thunfischsteak nach Jamie Oliver


Das erste Mal, dass ich Thunfisch gegessen habe - lecker, daran kann ich mich gewöhnen ;-)

Die Thunfischsteaks werden in einer gemörserten Mischung aus Fenchelsamen, Koriandersamen, grobem Meersalz und Pfeffer (ich habe Szechuan-Pfeffer genommen), jeweils ca. einen knappen Teelöffel, gewendet. Dann werden sie mit etwas gutem Olivenöl von allen Seiten eingerieben. Eine Pfanne ohne Öl stark vorheizen und dann die Steaks von jeder Seite ca. 2min (je nach Dicke) scharf anbraten. Sie sollten am Ende in der Mitte noch rosa sein. Aus der Pfanne nehmen und beide Seiten nochmals mit etwas Ölivenöl einreiben und im Anschluß mit Zitronensaft beträufeln. Guten Appetit 😋 - Natürlich kann man sie etwas phantasievoller anrichten als ich das getan habe, aber dem Geschmack tut das keinen Abbruch ;-)

[ #rezept #essen #food #thunfisch #fisch #tuna #recipe ]
 
Old but still good. It was the most accessed file on my old owncloud server. After I moved to nextcloud with a new installation I did not update the link, but now I do. I was not involved in the compilation of the book.

the #Diaspora #Cookbook


https://sfbrother.ddns.net/index.php/s/Heb5LHLYR8YA9B8

#cooking #food #diaspora #sharing #vegan
 
Old but still good. It was the most accessed file on my old owncloud server. After I moved to nextcloud with a new installation I did not update the link, but now I do. I was not involved in the compilation of the book.

the #Diaspora #Cookbook


https://sfbrother.ddns.net/index.php/s/Heb5LHLYR8YA9B8

#cooking #food #diaspora #sharing #vegan
 
#Rechargeable 380ml #Juicer - #Portable Milkshake & #Smoothie #Maker

Interested in trying a new juice or smoothie diet?
Of course, but who wants to spend all their time and money trying to get a clunky #food processor to work?
Hold on, we have something special for you.
 
The story behind a popular Ramadan dish of fried vermicelli noodles and dark raisins in sweet coconut milk. #Ramadan2018 #Food #Tanzania #Africa #Arts&Culture
 
Hailed for her fresh, simple cuisine, Eugenie Brazier would have been celebrating her birthday on June 12. #Arts&Culture #France #Europe #Food
 
Anthony Bourdain Banned White People

“No white people,” Bourdain told producers about his vision for highlighting Houston according to a recent New Yorker magazine profile.

Jews like Bourdain hate White People.

#AnthonyBourdain #Houston #Food #White #People #Ban
 

Rebooting #Food


source: http://news.trust.org/shorthand/rebooting-food/
Of the world's 7.6 billion people - a population projected to reach 9.8 billion by 2050 - about 815 million people go hungry daily while 2 billion are overweight or obese, sending health costs soaring.
#health #overpopulation #world #news #science #hunger
 
The 61-year-old took viewers around the world, including the Middle East, with his popular TV series. #Food #Europe #MiddleEast
 
That feeling when One More Bout of Diarrhea is simply more than you can take.

#Food #AnthonyBourdain #Suicide #Solution #OyVey
 

a 420 Sync


Restaurant Patrons asked to stop smoking weed at their table in a Memphis, TN Mexican restaurant.

Skip out on bill totaling $420.

Coincidence? I think not. :-)

#420 #Memphis #Tennessee #Weed #Mexican #Margaritas #Restaurant #Food #Synchronicity

 
I shaved off my hipster beard, I can make this #joke

#food #humor #photos
 
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I guess we get what we deserve ...

🤢☠️💀🤕💩🍔🍟


#life #food #McDonalds #health
 
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Eis und Kuchen / Ice and cake


Mai 2016 /17



Rhabarber-Streußelkuchen / Rabarber crumble cake



Erdbeerplunder / Strawberry puff pastry

#Eis #Gebäck #Niederrhein #foto #photo #fotografie #photography
#ice #cake #food
 
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20 Extremely useful food charts that will help you eat healthier


https://wp.me/p4gM6y-5hq

#food #charts #health #diet #info
 
THEY spray us all with #CHEMTRAILS, put #Fluoride in #water and toothpaste, #GMO #food, HAARP, #Mercury in our #Teeth and #Vaccines, New #5G Cell Phone Towers BEAMING DEATH into our Brains and #Monsanto’s Glyphosate Pesticides in our food! It is ALL designed to Dumb us down and slowly Kill us all off! _DO NOT BELIEVE ME? WATCH THIS VIDEO FOR PROOF!!_
 
On The #GoldFish Report No. 230, #Winston prepares us for #NESARA by discussing his recent article " The Sin Against #Money" and another article that discusses the #history of NESARA. As Winston has discussed in previous #CountryRoads reports, #money can be a #gift or a #curse and that there is #karma associated with being the steward of money that you did not earn but that you may become the steward of through the Global Currency Reset through the Prosperity Programs such as the Saint Germain Trust. Individuals who become involved in these projects are to create humanitarian projects that will improve the quality of #life for #humanity, especially those in #poverty and without access to clean #water, #food #shelter and infrastructure projects.That is the intention of these funds and misusing these funds for other purposes will have a negative effect on those misusing them. Winston explains the history of NESARA/GESARA and the many attempts of those #who were hell bent on #hijacking the process and #enslaving #humanity. Winston shares his own participation in this process and tells us we should now prepare ourselves for the implementation of NESARA, and more. Thank you Winston for sharing your worldly Wisdom with us! For more information about Winston's Solutions in Commerce visit www.wssic.com.
 
[The Definitive Guide to the Paleo Autoimmune Protocol (AIP)](https://healingautoimmune.com/definitive-guide-to-the-paleo-autoimmune-protocol-aip/)

[AIP (Autoimmune Paleo) Pantry List [+ Download PDF To Take Shopping]](https://healingautoimmune.com/autoimmune-paleo-aip-pantry-list)

[42 AIP Breakfast Recipes To Get Your Morning Off To A Great Start](https://healingautoimmune.com/aip-breakfast-recipes)

[17 Nourishing AIP Bread Recipes](https://healingautoimmune.com/aip-bread-recipes)

[List of Nightshades Foods and Why You Might Want To Avoid Them](https://healingautoimmune.com/list-of-nightshades-foods)

#autoimune #food
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Which Vitamins Do You Really Need?

We all need vitamins, but that doesn’t mean you need to take a vitamin. This week, science gave us another brick for the giant “vitamin pills are useless for most of us” sign that’s been under construction for a while. (It’s a metaphor, but I imagine it as something like the Hollywood sign, except nobody looks at it because they’re all busy shopping for vitamins in the valley below.)

Vitamin pills may be necessary if you have certain health conditions. For example, if you’re pregnant, it’s a good idea to take a prenatal vitamin that includes folic acid. If you’ve been eating nothing but ramen all semester, you might want to stock up on Emergen-C. But if you just have a vague sense that you’d like to be healthier, vitamins aren’t likely to help you, and they might hurt.

It's ironic that the myth of needing vitamin supplements for the average person just does not go away. I say this with some irony because yes I still take an expensive daily multi-vitamin....

See https://vitals.lifehacker.com/which-vitamins-do-you-really-need-1826433744

#vitamins #health #nutrition #food #vitamins #minerals #supplements #Vitals
 

#Dr. #Mercola Interviews #MarkSchatzker

#Natural #health expert and Mercola.com founder Dr. Joseph Mercola interviews Mark Schatzker, an award-winning journalist and author of the “Dorito Effect,” about the introduction of #flavor into the industrialized #food #supply and its effects on #food #quality and #nutrition.
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Dr. Mercola Interviews Mark Schatzker

Natural health expert and Mercola.com founder Dr. Joseph Mercola interviews Mark Schatzker, an award-winning journalist and author of the “Dorito Effect,” about the introduction of flavor into the industrialized food supply and its effects on food quality and nutrition.
 

#Dr. #Mercola Interviews #MarkSchatzker on #Flavor #Technology

#Natural #health expert and Mercola.com founder Dr. Joseph Mercola interviews Mark Schatzker, an award-winning journalist and author of the “Dorito Effect,” about the introduction of flavor into the industrialized food supply and its effects on #food #quality and #nutrition.
 

Show HN: Recursive Recipes – directions to make food from scratch


Each recipe has ingredients which is also a recipe, follow them to make your food from scratch!
Article word count: 64

HN Discussion: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=17180686
Posted by qrv3w (karma: 824)
Post stats: Points: 164 - Comments: 63 - 2018-05-29T16:34:12Z

\#HackerNews #directions #food #from #make #recipes #recursive #scratch #show
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A recursive recipe is one where ingredients in the recipe can be replaced by another recipe. The more ingredients you replace, the more that the recipe is made truly from scratch.

Select a recipe below to get started. Donʼt see your favorite recipe? [1]Request it and it can be added!

Refried Beans

Chocolate Chip Cookies

Pancakes

Yogurt

Eggs Benedict

English Muffin

Tortilla

Noodles

Cheese

References

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1. https://github.com/schollz/recursive-recipes/issues/new?template=recipe-missing.md

HackerNewsBot debug: Calculated post rank: 130 - Loop: 355 - Rank min: 100 - Author rank: 37
 

Don't eat cheat ...


Open your food and know what you eat

source: https://world.openfoodfacts.org/discover

There is an #app for it: https://f-droid.org/packages/openfoodfacts.github.scrachx.openfood/

#food #health #software #database #OpenSource
 

Welcome @thesahithi@diasp.org to #Diaspora she is #newhere but #notsonew to #libre software. She is involved in the #localisation #l10n community for #telugu #language


She is an Eexecutive committee member of @Swecha - స్వేచ్ఛ #swecha a subsidary of Free Software Movement of #India #fsmi . She also likes #food and probably can suggest you the best #eatery in #hyderabad
 
Okay, #Vegan 'za game level up

#Apiecalypse lives up to the reviews - *this* is the best vegan pizza (and vegan ingredients) I've ever had: The BBQ BuffaLover slice

#Food #Toronto #WestEnd #Christie
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A look at advances in the development of lab meat that may provide carnivores with their dinners in the future. #Food #Netherlands #Farming #ClimateSOS #Science&Technology #Agriculture #Environment
 
2018-05-24
(from giggles 108**)



MIAC #50 #Global #Cooling, #Rising #Food #Prices & the #Blockchain (610)

MIAC # 050 Global Cooling, Rising Food Prices & the Blockchain -
Matthew Aaron of CRYPTO 101 Podcast and David DuByne of #ADAPT 2030 YouTube series discuss:

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MIAC #50 #Global #Cooling, #Rising #Food #Prices & the #Blockchain (610)

MIAC # 050 Global Cooling, Rising Food Prices & the Blockchain -
Matthew Aaron of CRYPTO 101 Podcast and David DuByne of #ADAPT 2030 YouTube series discuss:
 
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MEANWHILE


IN MATHLANDIA.....
Two recent articles follow bellow. The first regarding a study in relation to the "median" U.S. population's ability to afford sustainable living. The second article regards what can be shown of central bank QE programs initiated to prop global economies back up post the 2008 housing bubble crash. Collectively, it is here suggested that while the later article provides a glimpse into "cause", that it's former article offers glimpse into "effect".

These quotes, both taken from the authors of the article's, possibly sum up the "cause" and "effect" (glimpses) best.

"So long as monetization continues, the impacts will be enriching the minority with significantly higher asset valuations and rental income while impoverishing the vast majority as costs rise significantly faster than most incomes."
- Chris Hamilton

"United Way has done a study on a group of Americans they call ALICE: Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed. The study found that this group does not make the money needed “to survive in the modern economy....
Between families living below the poverty line due to unemployment or disability and ALICEs, the study discovered that 43% of Americans were struggling to cover basic necessities like rent and food.”

- Daisy Luther

There is a selection of past entries at the bottom of this post to supplement these two articles.
-A. A23P




https://www.theorganicprepper.com/americans-rent-food-economic-collapse/
alternately
https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-05-21/when-43-americans-cant-pay-food-and-rent-we-can-safely-say-economic-collapse-here
by Daisy Luther
see links for original version, this version edited some for length

You know all those reports about how lots of Americans can’t afford a $1000 surprise expense like a medical bill or a car repair? Well, forget additional expenses. It turns out that nearly half of the families in America are struggling to pay for food and rent. And that means that the economic collapse isn’t just “coming.” It’s HERE.

United Way has done a study on a group of Americans they call ALICE: Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed. The study found that this group does not make the money needed “to survive in the modern economy.”
  • ALICE is your child care worker, your parent on Social Security, the cashier at your supermarket, the gas attendant, the salesperson at your big box store, your waitress, a home health aide, an office clerk. ALICE cannot always pay the bills, has little or nothing in savings, and is forced to make tough choices such as deciding between quality child care or paying the rent. One unexpected car repair or medical bill can push these financially strapped families over the edge.
  • ALICE is a hardworking member of the community who is employed yet does not earn enough to afford the basic necessities of life.
  • ALICE earns above the federal poverty level but does not earn enough to afford a bare-bones household budget of housing, child care, food, transportation, and healthcare.
Between families living below the poverty line due to unemployment or disability and ALICEs, the study discovered that 43% of Americans were struggling to cover basic necessities like rent and food.
Where are families struggling the most?

Some states have more families living in ALICE levels than others. The 3 states with the most families barely surviving paycheck to paycheck are California, New Mexico, and Hawaii. Each of these states saw 49% of families struggling. North Dakota had the lowest ALICE percentage with 32%. You can check how your state fares right here. Despite the lowest unemployment rate since 2000, families all over the country are barely getting by.

While many families are still doing okay, the specter of poverty looms over many of us. Many of us know that we’re one personal financial catastrophe away from disaster. I wrote recently about my own family’s struggle with a large medical bill.
Obviously, I’m not telling you about our financial saga to make myself look bad. I’m telling you because I want you to know that no matter how much you try to do everything right, financial problems can happen to anyone, at any time. Whether you have $100 in the bank or $100,000 in the bank, something can happen that wipes out your emergency fund just like it did mine.
This doesn’t mean that you failed financially – it means that circumstances can affect you, just like they do everyone else, no matter how careful you are.
Before my daughter’s illness, I was doing everything “right.”
I had enough money in my emergency fund to carry me through 3 lean months
I had numerous credit cards with zero balances
My only debt was my car
My kids are going to school without student loans
I opted out of health insurance because it was more financially practical to pay cash (and I still agree with that decision)
Everything was great.
Until it wasn’t.
This is a story that probably rings true to more and more familiar to a growing number of families every week.

While my income hasn’t dropped – it’s grown – I am still struggling to pay off those bills and recover. I’ve taken on a significant amount of extra work to get things back under control, and still, I worry it won’t be enough.

Sound familiar?

There are similar stories in the UK (where the taxpayers can still fund a 45 million dollar wedding but poor families can’t afford to eat every day), Argentina, and Cyprus.

Jose wrote for us about the warning signs that the collapse of Venezuela was approaching and they’re eerily familiar. Food rationing began, the cost of medical care became prohibitive, the health insurance system began to fail, and people began to make difficult choices about rent versus food.

I don’t know how it could be any more clear than the fact that nearly half of the American population is also making that decision each month.
What’s the answer?

While the United Way hopes to boost the minimum wage, I don’t feel that is the answer because it will drive businesses to let employees go when they can’t afford to pay them. We have seen this happen in fast food establishments in which humans are on their way to being replaced by self-service kiosks and burger-flipping robots.

I believe the only answer is to begin to produce more than we consume. Currently, Americans are like a horde of locusts, working at jobs that produce nothing, but consuming rabidly the imports that feed us, clothe us, and entertain us. We’re looking at economic tariffs on imports that may increase their price up to 40% and our own exports will be subject to tariffs in return.

If you find yourself in a tough spot, these tips from The Cheapskate’s Guide to the Galaxy may help.
  • Audit your situation. See where all your money is going, see how much debt you’re in, and see what the most immediate ramifications will be.
  • Take care of the most important things first. In most situations, keeping your home paid for (rent or mortgage), paying utilities, and making your auto and insurance payments should come first. Take care of the things that will have the most immediate ramifications first.
  • You may have to make some late payments on less vital things. If so, communicate with those to whom you owe money and try to make arrangements. This may affect your credit, but by communicating with them, you can keep damage to a minimum.
  • Cut your expenses. When you audit your situation, you may find some places that you can slash your regular expenses. Don’t hesitate to reduce services that are unnecessary or to whittle down your monthly obligations. (More ideas here)
  • Put a little money back into your emergency fund as soon as possible. This may sound counterintuitive but having a bit of money for minor emergencies means that you won’t need to rely on credit cards for these things, putting you even further in the hole.
  • Pay off your debts. Use the snowball method to attack your debts. Start paying these off AFTER you pay for the things I recommended in step 2.
  • Use the things you have on hand. Delay a trip to the store for as long as possible by planning a menu using the food in your pantry and freezer. (Think about the stockpile challenge we did and use those strategies. Get some ideas for meals from your stockpile in this article) Use the shampoo, soap, and personal hygiene products that you have already instead of buying new products.
  • Raise extra money. This may come from selling things you don’t need, taking on some extra work, or by creating a product or service to sell. However you do this, use the extra revenue wisely to get out of debt and to rebuild your emergency fund. There are more ideas for making money quickly in this issue.
And to harden yourself against the collapse that will only get worse, make these changes to help your family survive.

What can you store?” is not the right question to ask.

“What can you make?” – that’s the right question.

Your focus has to be on long-term sustainability, frugality, and self-reliance. Don’t get me wrong – a stockpile is sensible and an essential course of action. It should definitely be part of your preparedness plan.

However, you need to also be ready for the time when the supplies in your well-stocked pantry are no longer available. You need to be able to meet as many of your own needs as possible or you’ll end up being one of those people wearing dirty clothes because you can’t find laundry soap or going hungry because you can’t find any food at the stores – or can’t afford it if you can find it. You need to be ready for the end of a consumer-driven lifestyle, because quite frankly, there may soon come a day when there are no consumer goods to be had. Here are some ways to work on your

Here are some ways to work on your self-reliance:
  • Looking for the thrifty answer using things you have on hand, instead of purchasing a solution to every problem
  • Fixing things that are broken instead of replacing them
  • Eating simple food you prepare from scratch
  • Producing as much of your own food as possible
  • Learning to forage
  • Using “old-fashioned” alternatives for disposable things like diapers, wipes, feminine hygiene supplies, paper towels, and the like
  • Learning to make cleaning supplies and soaps, especially from accessible supplies (like vinegar, ash, and foraged natural ingredients)
  • Learning to make pantry basics like vinegar, sourdough, and cultured dairy products
  • Learning to preserve your harvests to see you through the lean days of winter
  • Providing your own services like heat, garbage disposal, and water
  • Learning about natural remedies from accessible sources
  • Learning to protect your family and property
It’s only by reducing your need for the things sold in stores that you can exempt yourself from the chaos and desperation that will erupt when everyone realizes that an economic collapse has occurred.

What Was The Real Purpose Of QE?

The story goes that quantitative easing was instituted to "bridge" the financial and economic systems across a "rough patch". Via QE, the Federal Reserve conjured new "money" into existence (if we did this, its called forgery...not QE) & exchanged this new "money" to the largest banks for US Treasury bonds and financial assets (Mortgage backed securities). Banks were left flush with cash, the Fed holding $4.5 trillion in Treasury's and MBS. The suggested goal of this exercise was that QE would lower interest rates and this would settle the economic system and subsequently boost asset valuations.

How'd it work out? As far as asset prices, generally they have soared 300% to 400% but the part about lowering interest rates...not so much. The chart below shows the Federal Reserve holdings of over 5yr to 10yr US Treasury debt versus the yield on the 10yr Treasury. The Fed increased its holdings of 5 to 10yr US debt from $100 billion in early 2009 to nearly $900 billion by early 2013...and then lowered it back to just $290 billion currently. And the correlation on the 10 year yields...essentially zero.
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#1 - January 2009
Fed held $97 B 5+ to 10 year US Treasury debt vs. 10 year debt yielding 2.36%

#2 - January '09 to March '10
Fed adds $120 billion, yields rise 160 basis points...wrong

#3 - March '10 to June '12
Fed adds $500 billion, yields fall 250 basis points...right

#4 - June '12 to May '13
Fed adds $160 billion, yields rise 23 basis points...wrong

#5 - May '13 to October '13
Fed ceases adding but maintains peak holdings of $890 billion, yields rise 122 basis points...wrong

#6 - October '13 to July '16
Fed rolls off $440 billion, yields fall 161 basis points to a modern day record low of 1.37%. This is so contrary to the rationale offered by the Fed to initiate QE...wrong

#7 - July '16 to May '18
Fed rolls off $160 billion, yields rise 174 basis points...right

Which is to say, there seems to have been no correlation or even a negative correlation of the Fed conjuring nearly $4 trillion with which to buy (and sell) unprecedented quantities of Treasury's (particularly the 5 to 10 year variety), and the direction of interest rates.

In fact, the lowest rates seen on the 10 year were while the Fed was systematically rolling off $450 billion in 5 to 10 year debt in mid 2016! Which leaves a very uncomfortable question...is the Fed filled with the dumbest smart people in America who just haven't seemed to realize this...or did they have a different goal all along?

QE did have massive impacts, just not where it was "supposed to". If the Fed's goal to was transfer power and wealth to an ever shrinking cohort, seems the Fed has achieved its goal. My best guess of what QE was all about and who benefitted and continues to benefit...HERE and HERE.

As long as we are discussing the Fed, might as well take a look at the balance sheet. Last week the Fed reduced its total balance sheet by $20 billion and the total reduction is about 2.8% since official "normalization" began. But the real story continues to be the how. Fed Treasury holdings fell by $8 billion last week in a convoluted process of rolling off $31 billion of 1yr to 10yr Treasury's while buying $10 billion in 10+ year debt and $12 billion in less than 1 year short term holdings.

As the chart below details, the Fed holdings of over 5yr to 10yr Treasury holdings continues declining, now down a massive 68% from peak holdings.
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While the holdings of over 10 year Treasury's is down less than 6% from peak holdings and essentially unchanged since normalization began.
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The change in the short term holdings is fascinating, the Fed fully round tripping, "normalizing" the short end to what it held pre-GFC (as of '07). Since Operation Twist ended, the Fed has been on a tear purchasing over $400 billion of short term debt. The massive short end bid coupled with the huge roll-off of 10yr debt should have been pushing the short end rates considerably higher and middle down...perhaps pushing toward an inverted yield curve?!?
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The trend of fast shrinking 1 to 10 year Fed holdings, significant buying and growth in holdings of less than 1 year, and maintaining nearly all long bonds.
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A quick aside, showing the Fed Treasury holdings versus the 10yr minus 2yr spread.
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Finally, just to round out the picture, last week the Fed's holdings of MBS was essentially unchanged while the Fed has sold just 2% of its MBS since peak holdings.
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Finally, just to round out the picture, last week the Fed's holdings of MBS was essentially unchanged while the Fed has sold just 2% of its MBS since peak holdings.

But interestingly, while the Fed has rolled off $60 billion in over 10yr MBS, it has simultaneously purchased $30 billion in 5 to 10yr holdings...for a net total decrease of $30 billion since peak holdings.
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Make of all that what you will.

SEE ALSO:
I. MESSage201805
II. Beyond The UN, Trump, and coming leaks...
III. Time to...
III. WTF
IV. Goldman Sachs Introduces Captain Obvious
V. Blue Man Group presents the Keynes/IMF Bancor argument…
VI. 2018

#Economics #Politics #America #US #USA #Market #Markets #Money #MonetaryTheory #QE #Fiat #Imagination #Thought #Gentrification #Food #Housing #Rent #Cost #Import #Export #UnitedWay #UnderstandingArchitecture #2018 #MESSage201805 #A23Supplement #WTF #WTFN
 
Go Your Own Way

I attended the Houston Bayou Cajun Jamboree yesterday and wound up eating a huge number of hot tamales with Mexican Coke because I just wasn't in the mood for mudbugs. :-)




#Houston #Food #Festival #Tamale #Mudbugs #Mexican #Coke
 
We examine why Venezuela's oil-based economy is falling apart despite the fact that global oil prices have recovered. #Business&Economy #Venezuela #OilPrice #Humanitariancrises #Internet #Poverty&Development #LatinAmerica #Food #Iran #France #Cambodia
 
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