Jan 20, 2008

CitizenX talks money!

Bailing Water Out Of The Sinking Ship
One of the major causes of the Great Depression was the great inflation of the 1920s. In order to keep artificial economic booms going, central banks increase the money supply, now called "adding liquidity to the system." From 1921 until 1929, the year of the great Wall Street Crash, the American money supply was increased by 63 percent...READ MORE

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