AIGFP’s Massive Short Position In Commodities (which now belongs to the government)



Links to material covered in video:

Doubling Down To (DXY) Zero: Has The Fed, In Its Stealthy Synthetic Bet To Keep Long-Term Yields Low, Become The Next AIG? (Zero Hedge, April 16, 2011)

Dirty Little Secrets About Goldman's Collateral Calls on AIG (Zero Hedge, January 25, 2011)

*****AIG was a Ponzi scheme***** (Market Skeptics, April 8, 2009)

Commodity Week Mena 2007

AIG Financial Products (wapedia)

ETFS_Agriculture_Fact_Sheet__AIGA.pdf (February 2009)

ETFS Product List

UBS to buy commodity index from AIG (Channel News Asia, January 19, 2009)

DJ-AIG commods index becomes DJ-UBS in acquisition (Reuters, May 8, 2009)

ETFS Agriculture DJ-UBSCI

mutual funds tapping into commodities (Futures Industry, June 2006)

PIMCO Commodity Real Ret Strat C (PCRCX) (yahoo finance)

PIMCO CommodityRealReturn Strategy Fund.pdf

Individual - Treasury Inflation-Protected Securities (TIPS)

AIG 2007 ANNUAL REPORT (SEC website)

Commodity structured notes market hurt by credit crisis (Cattle Network, October 15, 2008)

Dow Jones Indexes, UBS Add Eight Commodity Indexes to Dow Jones-UBS Commodity Index Family (Stockhouse, April 7, 2011)

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3 Responses to AIGFP’s Massive Short Position In Commodities (which now belongs to the government)

  1. Shimshon says:

    These videos of yours are amazing! Your technique distills complex topics into short and easy to understand lectures. At the same time, embedding the documents and highlighting the key parts is a brilliant insight.

    Your observation that Pimco is still heavily invested in Treasuries alone was important.

  2. Cedric B. says:

    The reason this open short position may succeed is that U.S. Treasury securities are backed by the full might and power of the U.S. military. As much as nations around the world complain about the value of our currency, they still accept it in trade. As long as drug dealers accept U.S. currency, there is still tremendous incentive to do business with us. Check out Warren Moseler's book, "Seven Deadly Innocent Frauds about the U.S. Monetary System"to see why I say this. http://moslereconomics.com/wp-content/powerpoints/7DIF.pdf

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