Forget jobs: Here’s why the Fed isn’t tapering yet

All this talk of tapering, QE, joblessness and Bernanke moving on from the Fed begs the question, however. If the United States isn’t out of the woods, then more money-printing is certain to follow. And if it is, then deflation is over. Meaning perhaps that the second leg of the QE Trade can now come to the fore.

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Everyone Is Saying The Fed Will Announce ‘Taper-Lite’ Next Week – Here’s What That Actually means matthew boesler, provided by Published 9:23 am PDT, Friday, September 13, 2013

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Yet the amount of money going unused in the banking system is 60 times greater now than at year-end 2007. It isn’t a lack of liquidity that is keeping businesses from putting people back to work. Money’s Cheap and Abundant, Yet the Recovery Disappoints. The Federal Reserve has created an opportunity for others to act.

Sure the Fed can start "tapering" QE, but it would also have to be willing to live with the consequences. We know Bernanke isn’t willing to live with the consequences of what he’s done, which is why he’s leaving in January. And there isn’t a politician alive – except may Ron Paul – who is willing to live with consequences of the Fed reducing QE.

This is going to be the case going forward. Every time the Fed attempts to taper, the fact that there is less money to bid up prices means that the prices will rise at a slower rate, if at all. This is going to culminate in a slowdown at the very least, if not a crash. Not only can the Fed never taper, but even sitting flat will do the recovery in.

David Wessel joins MoneyBeat with a preview of the Federal Reserve. Will the Fed Announce Tapering at Its Next Meeting?. already look back and look at somebody isn’t considered here for Fed.