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Affordable Dental Insurance Coverage

July 8, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

Dental insurance coverage and its benefits are usually last on most people’s mind when they are thinking of getting insurance.  Fact is there are very many people who until now are still not aware of the existence of such beneficial plans. This explains the reason why they many people never consider purchasing the low cost dental plans available. Dealing with dental complications is very costly especially if you do not have insurance cover. It is for this reason that several tips have been drawn up to help you select the best insurance plan for your dental care.

Most of the available insurance covers are meant to make individual dental care easy. Speaking of dental care, it is vital that you take into serious consideration money saving. This means try as much as possible to go for the best low cost dental plan there is. Online search is the best way to go about looking for the most affordable dental care offers. Make it a priority finding the best dental care plan that covers all your dental care requirements. In order to do this the best way take some time off and focus as the process of finding the best cover is rather involving.


What is quantitative easing?

July 4, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

There is so much talk about a third round of quantitative easing or commonly known as QE3 in news media. What is quantitative easing?

Quantitative easing is generated by the Federal Reserve or central bank of a country to ease the supply of money to stimulate a country’s economy when normal economic conditions and growth is unable to generate economic growth. This may be done by the Federal Reserve or a central bank of a country by buying or selling of government bonds. This action results in excess money reserve with banks that can generate growth.

During the financial crisis of 2008, the Federal Reserve started buying $600 billion worth of mortgage backed securities in November 2008. By the end of June 2010, the Federal Reserve held $2.1 trillion worth of bank debt, mortgage back securities, and treasury notes. This later became the QE1 or quantitative easing one.

In November 2010, the Federal Reserve announced that it will buy additional $600 billion worth Treasury securities that was dubbed as the “QE2” or second round of quantitative easing. This lasted until June 2011.

Since the U.S. economic growth is showing very dismal growth, many economists and other professionals expect that the Federal Reserve will announce another round of quantitative easing ( QE3) soon.