There you have it:
- money still is printed and it seems some prices are starting to show it. (so I guess this can be seen as: On it's way)
- money hardly can get cheaper (wrong. As it turns out at least the ECB has lowered the price for money again one trillione for 1% for up to 3 years. So with this we do have negative yields.
- well the Dax has risen a lot in the last year and even since the starting of the year. So indeed it seems I got that right
- it's to early to decide but at least it holds for all the over-debted countries. where everything goes down investements will also. And that is all too true e.g for Greek, Italy, Spain
- This was on the point. You can see that all the plans for "saving" just means more taxing.
- Well the first level surely was reached. You can check any statistics about Greece and Italy and will find capital exports. (So well I guess we're on a "good" will say bad day here.
- ) Absolutly on the point. The suppression of simple democratic rights, can be seen with the "non-election" of Mr Monti as prime minister in Italy, the ESM, the change of bought Greek bonds form the ECB which were the only one who get a full nominal value of the bought bonds. Whereas the Privates were disappropriated. See all the laws for more surveillance etc. So yes this has come even worse than I could imagine.