Also, there are 12 members of the Federal Open Market Committee who vote on monetary policy eight times per year. The last meeting was on June 19th and it caused quite a stir. That's because we learned the committee was more bent on winding down QE -- so-called tapering. Well, the *minutes* of that meeting were released today, and they said half the members thought QE should *end* by year-end. This is the most descent at these meetings we've seen in years. Bob speaks with James Rickards, author of Currency Wars about mutiny at the Fed.
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