posted on May, 13 2011 @ 02:06 AM
reply to post by stephinrazin
Cost to much to research. Some stats are released weekly, even daily, some quarterly or yearly. Usually it depends on the manpower needed to create
a stat. In fact, most stats we see that are weekly, monthly or even quarterly are very incorrect because they didn't have the manpower to compile
the data.. which is why unemployment, inflation, job growth, etc etc usually have lagging "revisions". Typically it's only a week to a month
behind, but some number like unemployment take a full year to compile .. so we know how many jobs were lost, but only up to 24 months ago. For
instance, last year there was the largest ever employment revision that added an additional 1 million jobs lost during 2008/09.
M3 requires the data compiled from a vast array of accounts, and while TV has us thinking everything is linked when it comes to the Gov, it's
actually very fractured, lots of red tape, and very little sharing between institutions.
The reason Ron Paul can't see it? It's not there.. the Federal Reserve no longer compiles M3. Coincidence? No .. M3 not only calculates money
held by other institutions funneled through the Fed, but it also showed "printed" money purchasing liquid assets, for instance corporate paper,
mortgages, toxic instruments and so forth.