JP Koning, who did the awesome charts on the visual history of the Dow, and the long term history of Gold, is out with a new one: The Visual History of the Federal Reserve.

I expect this one will be a blockbuster — its huge and looks great.

JP also created a free digital version of this chart; you can download it here. Finally, he is selling limited edition collectors prints, these are available here.

Nice work JP! Count me in for a collectors version!

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VH Fed

Category: Federal Reserve, Markets

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3 Responses to “The Visual History of the Federal Reserve System”

  1. Outstanding work, JP

  2. zebov says:

    How are we not expecting ridiculous inflation when banks start loaning out the money in their reserves again?

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