10-15-2016, 05:16 PM
Anybody looked at bond yields lately, particular the 10 year? They are in the 1.8%+ range and climbing. When I posted this thread they were in the 1.7% range. Then, in July/August they dipped down to 1.3%+ range. Do you see the trend, based on my posts in this thread? What it signifies is that the Fed has already raised the target rate, just like they went NIRP when I said they would. They just never announced NIRP. Their partner CBs did and yields around the world proved it. It is proof of concept that the Fed makes rate\
moves months in advance of telling the public, if they tell the public at all. The banks know. The public doesn't. Then, when they announce the moves they have already made it comes as a "surprise" and the stock market reacts accordingly. A well scripted show. Ever wonder why CNBC's Fed mouthpiece of Steve Liesman? Because Steve lies, man!
This is why they refuse to have FOMC operations audited or release actual transcripts of meetings, only minutes. It would prove the fraud they have been perpetuating for so long.
I suspect November is a "live" meeting even though they have been insisting it isn't.
Btw, this is the nutshell basis of the Luciferian doctrine that the bankers follow. It's a system of lying without remorse. Only they know what the truth is and are thus enlightened (Illumined) while lying to everyone else.