This monetary crisis which originated in the United States in 2008 and crossed the Atlantic Ocean is still puzzling the economists. Yet I'm wondering, is it the Bank that loans to the State or is it the State that loans to the Bank?
But how can you put forth a solution if you don't even recognize the core of the problem in this crisis which is actually a crisis of economic monetarism and monetary policy. As I mean to observe M5 and M4 have been evaporated and M3 and M2 are melting, whilst M1 is still augmenting.
To conclude this article I give you a small comparison between negative velocity in physics and economics.
- Newton: Negative Velocity
- Physics Class Room: Describing Motion with Position vs. Time Graphs
- Physics Class Room: Describing Motion with Velocity vs. Time Graphs
- Physics Class Room: Constant Negative Velocity
- Physics Class Room: Negative Velocity and Negative Acceleration
- Physics Class Room: Negative Velocity and Positive Acceleration
- Macroeconomics: Monetarism and the Quantity Theory of Money
- Reference for Business: Encyclopedia of Business: Monetarism
- Money Supply Growth and Macroeconomic Convergence (PDF)
- Federal Reserve: Monetary Policy and the Economy (PDF)
- GoldSeek News: The Velocity Of Money
- Seeking Alpha: Economy getting uglier
- Brand Confucian: Korean Monetary Velocity down – Korean Media Overreacts