By Andy Duncan Economics14 November 10 Something for the weekend: Quantitative Easing Explained In these times of American inflation, European collapse, and UK stagnation, I thought this might provide some much-required light relief (a little slightly risqué language): TagsBen BernankeInsightQuantitative Easing Share on Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google + LinkedIn Email Bio Latest Posts Andy Duncan Andy Duncan provides independent educational consultancy services to the UK's financial services industry. Latest Posts By Andy Duncan John Embry: ‘everyone should look at Zero Hedge’ Dr. Paul Craig Roberts on gold and gangster capitalism New Laissez Faire Books release: Early Speculative Bubbles Previous articleJesús Huerta de Soto: Socialism, Economic Calculation and Entrepreneurship Next articleCameron’s misguided warning to China You may also like Beyond GDP to a New Road to Serfdom The neutral interest rate myth Why velocity of money and the purchasing power of money are not related? 2 Comments ray fortin says: 18 November 10 at 14:47 Terrific. Ben and TurboTax won’t like it, but won’t hear it either. What happens when inflation is impossible to ignore early next year? I suspect a very delayed reaction to “allow the economy to recover first”. Pingback: More monetary policy advice from XtraNormal » The Cobden Centre Comments are closed.