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Friday, October 15, 2010

QE 2

No, not a big luxury liner - a potential second round of Quantitative Easing.

James Hamilton - who you can follow at econbrowser fills us in on it's specifics and potentials for good and ill.

And in case you didn't already know this, Larry Kudlow is an obnoxious asshat.

Well, I can't get the embed code to work, so here is a link.


Retirementau said...

Given that there are risks of retirement in general, it is no surprise that there are risks associated with early retirement in particular. However, early retirement is typically far riskier than retirement at the full retirement age.

Jazzbumpa said...


What data supports that view?

You do realize that people who retire earlier live longer, don't you.

And what does it have to do with the subject of this post?

JzB who retired early and is loving life