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Islamic State Terrorism, Iran And Syria Are Now Prepped For The Next False Flag Event !

  • Published on Jul 14, 2014
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    Report date: 7.14.2014
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    The stock market has hit all time new highs, meanwhile institutional investors are dumping stocks while the every day person is investing. During the 2008 crash construction jobs were lost and never regained. Loan rates will be increasing which will effect 800,000 homeowners. 70% of the Border Patrol guards have been reassigned and are not guarding the borders. Israel continues to bomb Gaza. They are warning the people to leave their homes which indicates the agenda is destroying Gaza so the people cannot live there. There is oil and gas off the coast of Gaza and with the people living there Israel has no access to it. Israel is now using propaganda to include Iran in funding Hamas. Eric Holder has now indicated Sryia, Yemin with the Islamic State in creating the stealth bombs. Be prepared for a false flag.
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/culturepicturegalleries/4220575/Blackjack.html

False Flag attacks coming? Syria, Iran & China will be blamed by the Illuminists!

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July 16, 2014 Posted by | Economics, GeoPolitics, Social Trends | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off

Ellen Brown: Central Banks On A Stock Buying Frenzy!

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  • Ellen Brown – Central Banks On A Stock Buying Frenzy! 
    by Financial Survival Network 
    Ellen Brown wrote recently that central banks have the power to create national currencies with accounting entries, and they are traditionally very secretive. We are not allowed to peer into their books. It took a major lawsuit by Reuters and a congressional investigation to get the Fed to reveal the $16-plus trillion in loans it made to bail out giant banks and corporations after 2008. What is to stop a foreign bank from simply printing its own currency and trading it on the currency market for dollars, to be invested in the US stock market or US real estate market? What is to stop central banks from printing up money competitively, in a mad rush to own the world’s largest companies? Evidently not much. China’s central bank has been buying up stock both here and Europe with reckless abandon, wonder what their plan is.
http://socioecohistory.wordpress.com/2013/04/18/the-tower-of-basel-secretive-plans-for-the-issuing-of-a-global-currency-2/

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July 10, 2014 Posted by | Economics | , , , , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off

Did the “Central Banks’ Central Bank” Just Call for a Stock-Market Collapse?

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  • The BIS, FedRes, ECB, IMF, World Bank, BOE … and practically all central banks are privately owned Illuminist corporations. Their owners are the Satanic bloodlines, the Old Black Nobility of Europe headed by the British Monarchy. Their objectives are: Luciferian New World Order, Global Supra-National Central Bank, One World Currency backed by gold –> ‘666’!
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  • This coming collapse is more than a stock market collapse. It is a global economic, financial and currency collapse. The drums of their Satanic WW3 Is beating louder and louder.
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  • Did the “central banks’ central bank” just call for a stock-market collapse? 
    by on June 30, 2014, http://notquant.com/ 
    Don’t look now, but the Bank for International Settlements (BIS), which is often referred to as the “central banks’ central bank”, just advised the world’s central banks to stage a market collapse now rather than later.
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    For anyone claiming that the many global critics of central banks are a “bunch of doomers”, that argument has now been officially buried, as the world’s premier forum of central bankers just sounded the alarm themselves:
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    The risk of normalising too late and too gradually should not be underestimated… The trade-off is now between the risk of bringing forward the downward leg of the cycle and that of suffering a bigger bust later on .”
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    So what was that about “bringing forward the downward leg of the cycle”?   For anyone who thinks collapses aren’t planned, let’s call that “Exhibit A”.  So much for free markets.  Let’s be clear:  The same forum of the world’s central bankers which recommended this monster bubble in the first place  and enriched the world’s top-1% to historic levels, is now discussing “bringing forward the downward leg of the cycle“.  Is there anything that isn’t planned?
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    Oh well, so much for our roaring equity markets. Those are apparently about to be sacrificed in a planned collapse — er, sorry, in a “bringing forward of the downward leg of the cycle“.   Not that our soaring markets were indicative of any underlying economic health anyway.   The BIS was kind enough to point out to it’s member central-banks that, markets are not only officially broken but the disconnect between markets and economic reality is your fault guys.
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    “Financial markets have been exuberant over the past year, at least in advanced economies, dancing mainly to the tune of central bank decisions. … Growth has disappointed even as financial markets have roared:  The transmission chain seems to be badly impaired.   …  Over time, policies lose their effectiveness and may end up fostering the very conditions they seek to prevent”.
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    The BIS is worried about the bubble it recommended in the first place:
    Well it’s all very nice that the BIS has warned that the world’s central banks have now officially broken markets and created a new bubble.    But there seems to be some serious double-speak involved in the language of “recovery” and “new bubble creation”.  Literally everyone in central-banking-land agreed that the bubble needed to be reflated after the housing-bust.  But now that it’s been reflated there’s a rather ironic concern that…uh oh… we reflated it.
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July 10, 2014 Posted by | Economics, GeoPolitics | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off

Central Bank Gamblers Versus Gold Stocks!

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  • Illuminist central banksters are creating trillions of money out of thin air to buy up the world while pretending to be tapering!
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  • Central Bank Gamblers Versus Gold Stocks! 
    by Stewart Thomson, http://www.321gold.com/ 
    Jun 17, 2014

    1. Today is a very important day at City Hall in London, England. Central bank research group OMFIF is presenting a blockbuster report on public sector spending. I think that everyone in the global gold community should take note of it.
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    2. OMFIF argues, quite persuasively, that governments, central banks, and sovereign funds are now holding stock market investments worth about $29 trillion.
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    3. The drop in bond yields is likely behind the enormous public sector surge into equity markets.
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    4. To view the OMFIF press release, please click here now.
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    5. While citizens of the world are struggling to make ends meet, governments and banks appear to be engaged in a massive “price chase”, in global stock markets.
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    6. Rather than invest in failing infrastructure, central banks and governments are acting like hedge funds, betting on the stock market and OTC derivatives, using fiat credits that are borrowed or printed.
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    7. The bottom line: While global citizens are told to “grin and bear” austerity, their leaders are having a “good ‘ole time” spending trillions of dollars, at the stock market casino.
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    8. Elderly citizens have invested a lot of money in corporate bond funds, in an attempt to get a decent payout on their savings. That’s a mistake. I’ve argued that an investor should never invest because of a personal or corporate “need”. Investment should be based on a macro view of what an asset is, not what an investor needs from it.
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June 20, 2014 Posted by | Economics, GeoPolitics | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

WALL STREET: The Next Financial Crash will be the End of America!

June 9, 2014 Posted by | Economics | , , , , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

ECONOMIC COLLAPSE: Steve Forbes Predicts a Stock Market Crash Worse Than 1930’s!

June 6, 2014 Posted by | Economics | , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off

What Does The Coming Global Reset Mean To You? (Part 2)

Christine Lagarde, Chairman IMF at ‘Davos World Economic Forum’.

Christine Lagarde, Chairman IMF at ‘Davos World Economic Forum’.

  • What Does The Coming Global Reset Mean To You? (Part 2) 
    by Bill Holter, http://blog.milesfranklin.com/ 
    I assume that a re set of currencies and financial markets are close at hand because the imbalances have gone too far mathematically.  I also have come to the conclusion that the re set will be “imposed” on the U.S. by China because they know the math involved and do not approve of our business practices.  The re set “concept” has gained much yardage over the last year as the imbalances have widened and the thought process has spread.  Personally, I see it as mathematically inevitable.  Some feel that any re set would be triggered by the U.S. others feel that Europe would do it, my personal opinion is that the Chinese have the greatest ability and stand to gain more from it than anyone else.  Even without a “push” or a planned event, I believe that the markets would sooner or later be cued by Mother Nature and force this event, manipulators be damned.
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    That said, what would a “re set” mean to you?  Well, it depends on “who” you are and how or where you have your assets positioned.  First off, the value of your “dollars” will fall against everything.  It will take more dollars to buy food, clothing, housing, transportation etc.  Depending on how severe the devaluation is, the resultant inflation will be the mirror of this.  If you are on a fixed income like a pension or Social Security or what have you, the amount of goods and services that you will be able to afford will be less.  If you have bank balances, these will also have a lowered purchasing power (not to mention probably “bailed in” and lowered balances).  Bonds however will receive a double whammy to financial purgatory.  Their “face amount” will have a lesser buying power with a devalued currency but on top of that, I believe that interest rates will be much higher which will discount the market value.  The above are pretty simple to figure out; it is the rest of the financial world which is a little more difficult to call.
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    In the difficult to call category are stocks, real estate and commodities.  As I mentioned the other day, stocks generally sell off initially and then recover but not enough to regain the loss of buying power in the currency.  Real estate in my opinion will be sold off; I say this because of the massive debt that is attached to it on a worldwide basis.  Couple the debt with higher interest rates and the fact that theoretically the Fed will be precluded from flooding the liquidity gates… and I think you will see very weak real estate prices with the exits clogged by sellers seeking liquidity.  Two other aspects to real estate that will hinder it are “taxes” and thus the ability of governments to tax them out from under the owners… and the lack of liquidity.  Liquidity is “king” during monetary crack ups and real estate “just isn’t it.”
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http://www.prophecyclubresources.com/GLOBAL-CURRENCY-RESET-LINDSEY-WILLIAMS/productinfo/LW-GCR01/

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May 15, 2014 Posted by | Economics, GeoPolitics | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off

Insider Reveals Framework Of the Next World War: “This is How You Have to Think About Escalation and End Games”!

  • Intelligence Insider Reveals Framework Of the Next World War: “This is How You Have to Think About Escalation and End Games”! 
    by Mac Slavo, SHTFplan.com 
    There is no doubt that the U.S. military has the ability to engage any foreign enemy and leave it dismantled or utterly destroyed. This is one of the key reasons for why Russia and China have thus far remained on the sidelines as it relates to direct military conflict.
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    But according to one intelligence insider, though our country is unmatched on the traditional battlefield, a strike on the United States could come in the form of coordinated asymmetric attacks that would significantly level the playing field and lay waste to life as we know it in modern-day America.
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    Jim Rickards, author of The Death of Money, knows a thing or two about how foreign governments are approaching the question of America’s global hegemony. He has worked closely with U.S. intelligence agencies for decades and in 2007 was the operational director of the country’s first ever financial war games. According to Rickards, don’t expect our foreign enemies to be firing missiles at major cities any time soon. If an attack is to come to our shores it won’t come in the form of bombs and bullets. At least not at first.
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    In this absolutely must-watch interview with Future Money Trends, Jim Rickards delves into scenarios that will change the very face of our world over the next decade. He explains the complexities involving the various geo-strategies currently at play and provides a realistic view of the escalations we can expect to occur going forward as East and West face off on the globally inter-connected battlefield of the early 21st century.
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    There’s not a country in the world that can stand up to the United States in what’s called kinetic military warfare. So kinetic just means things that shoot or explode. So missiles, bombs, submarines, airplanes, etc., nobody can go toe to toe with the United States. We can sink any navy, ground any force, disrupt any control communications system anywhere in the world.
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    So nobody wants to confront the U.S. in that space. But when you move over to what we call asymmetric warfare, or unrestricted warfare, what is that? That includes things like cyber warfare, financial warfare, weapons of mass destruction, chemical, biological, radiological weapons, those types of things. It’s a much more level playing field.
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    Now the U.S is very good at it, don’t get me wrong, but so are others. And there it’s much more evenly matched.
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    I say the Russians could use their hackers to shut down the New York Stock Exchange, which they could. And one rebuttal I’ve heard as well, is that U.S hackers could shut down the Moscow Stock Exchange. And my answer is of course they could, but who wins? In other words, we have a lot more to lose than they do. They shut down our stock exchange, we shut down their stock exchange, they win because we have a much more important exchange there. Who cares about the Moscow Stock Exchange?
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    So this is how you have to think about escalation and end games, and what technically what we would call the game theoretic context within which this is playing out. I’m not sure the U.S is very good at that. I mean the U.S is very good at these kinds of financial warfare. I’m not sure they’re very good at the kind of geo-strategic and theoretic thinking that I’m describing to your listeners.
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    Right now the United States is actively conducting financial warfare against Russia. As Jim notes in the above interview, we have begun seizing the assets of Russian officials and are working to implement sanctions on the global level. Vladimir Putin may not be planning to launch nuclear strikes at U.S. cities as a result, but what if the Obama administration crosses a line that shouldn’t be crossed? Could Putin launch a counter attack in the cyber world? Perhaps, as noted by Rickards, he would give the order to take down our stock exchanges, a move that would wreak havoc across the entire world.
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http://voiceofrussia.com/2014_04_22/Time-is-running-out-for-the-US-dollar-5142/

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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/comment/ambroseevans_pritchard/10771069/US-financial-showdown-with-Russia-is-more-dangerous-than-it-looks-for-both-sides.html

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http://voiceofrussia.com/2013_07_26/Moscow-Beijing-taking-on-the-dollar-5431/

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http://rt.com/politics/russian-dollar-abandon-parliament-085/

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May 13, 2014 Posted by | Economics, GeoPolitics | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off

The Biggest BUBBLE in History Will Crash Causing Global Meltdown!

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Insider: NSA to Rig Stock Market Investments 100% !

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Doug Casey: Catastrophic Meltdown Coming to America!

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    by Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com 
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    nvestor/author Doug Casey says most Americans are ill-prepared for what is coming.  Casey explains, “This huge recession that started in 2007, and the bottom was 2009 and 2010, has cyclically recovered.  So, people think it’s going to be happy days again, but it’s not.  The way the government engineered this recovery is by creating trillions in currency units, and as we speak, they are creating $55 billion a month more by buying government bonds and mortgage securities.  All of this paper money which is currently sitting in banks, at some point, is going to wash over the U.S.  You’ll see very high levels of inflation.  It’s going to be quite catastrophic.”   Casey, who has a new video called “Meltdown America,” contends, “The standard of living for the average American has been dropping for years now.   The average American can’t lay his hands on $2,000.  A recent poll came out and said 40% of Americans, if they had to get $2,000 cash in 30 days, couldn’t do it.  So, things are pretty strapped, and when the economy goes off the deep end again, and I think it could happen this year quite frankly, there’s going to be a lot of unemployed people, a lot of people without any money and a lot of people with a lot of debt.  There is nothing the government can do at this point except print more money.  The problem is all the money they are printing is coming out of a financial fire hose at the Federal Reserve.  The rich guys are where the fire hose is, and the little people are just getting some dribs and drabs.  This is why the country is becoming polarized, where the rich are becoming richer and the poor are becoming poorer.  It’s exactly because of these government actions that are incredibly stupid. . . It’s just bailing out the rich.  The prognosis is extremely grim.  There’s no way out.”
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    What does Casey mean when he says, “There’s no way out”?  Casey explains, “It means, in the real world, there is cause and effect.  Actions have consequences . . . .  What could happen?  You could have lots of bank failures.  You could have a stock market crash.  All this money that the government has created has bulled up the stock market to new highs.  So, the next step is likely to be down.  A lot of people have assets in the stock market, and if they don’t, their pension funds are in the stock market.  Most of the cities in this country have and most of the states in this country have gigantic pension liabilities that are underfunded, underfunded even though the stock market is at all-time highs and the bond market is in a super bubble.  Now, when interest rates inevitably go up from these artificially suppressed levels where they are now, the bond market is going to collapse, the stock market is going to collapse, and with it, the real estate market is going to collapse.  These pension funds are going to be wiped out.  Then what’s going to happen?  This is a very bad situation.  The U.S. is digging itself in deeper and deeper.”
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May 5, 2014 Posted by | Economics, GeoPolitics | , , , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

Nomi Prins: Financial Crash-Collapse Coming, It Should Have Happened Already!

  • Nomi Prins-Financial Crash-Collapse Coming, It Should Have Happened Already! 
    Published on Apr 15, 2014
    http://usawatchdog.com/nomi-prins-aut… On another financial collapse, best-selling author Prins predicts, “We absolutely can. There is much more reason that we will than that we won’t. The stability of the system is really fake. A lot of speculation has occurred with cheap money, and then it is bailout, and then nothing changes, and then something worse happens. That is the current pattern and the pattern of the last three decades.”

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    Prins, who is a former top Goldman Sachs banker, exclaims, “It is very easy to see how the system could unravel because it isn’t stable. We are definitely in big trouble. There is no way we are not headed for a crisis. . . . It should have happened already, but the level of support is epic and reckless from the political and financial elite.”

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April 17, 2014 Posted by | Economics, GeoPolitics | , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off

Insiders Tell All: Both the Stock Market and the SEC Are Rigged !

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  • Insiders Tell All: Both the Stock Market and the SEC Are Rigged
    by Pam Martens, http://wallstreetonparade.com/ 
    Since bestselling author Michael Lewis appeared on 60 Minutes on March 30 to promote his new book, “Flash Boys,” and explained how the U.S. stock market is rigged; and Brad Katsuyama, the head of IEX, an electronic trading platform who plays a central role in the Lewis book, did the same on CNBC a few days later, the debate has gone viral.
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    But Lewis and Katsuyama were not the first to blow the whistle on rigged U.S. stock markets. Sal Arnuk and Joseph Saluzzi, Wall Street insiders and co-founders of Themis Trading LLC literally wrote the book on “Broken Markets” in 2012 and have been exposing details of the rigging  on their blog ever since.
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    Wall Street Journal reporter, Scott Patterson, mapped out the exotic and corrupt order types permitted by the stock exchanges to fleece the little guy in his 2012 book, “Dark Pools,” which follows the trading career of Haim Bodek, who has set up his own web site to blow the whistle on just how badly the stock market is rigged.
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    Following all the media hoopla, the FBI has recently announced that it has opened an investigation into the allegations. But under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, the FBI is not in charge of rigged stock exchanges — the Securities and Exchange Commission is. But according to insiders, the SEC has stood down in much the same fashion that it ignored warnings about Bernard Madoff from whistleblower Harry Markopolos for years. The explanation for the SEC’s inaction, many traders feel, is that the SEC itself is rigged against Main Street in favor of big Wall Street firms. That view has found support among the SEC’s own insiders.
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    Since 2006, four attorneys at the Securities and Exchange Commission have put their reputations and family interests on the line by blowing the whistle on corrupt cronyism that is now so ingrained at the Nation’s regulator of stock exchanges and securities markets that it’s become part of the SEC’s business model.
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April 15, 2014 Posted by | Economics, GeoPolitics | , , , , , , | Comments Off

Axel Merk: Asset Prices Can Collapse at Any Time!

  • Axel Merk: Asset Prices Can Collapse at Any Time! 
    by Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com 
    Money manager Axel Merk thinks new Fed Chief Janet Yellen can’t do much to improve the labor market even though she claims she’s most interested in helping Main Street and not Wall Street.  Merk says, “Yellen is from Berkley, our neighborhood, and it’s all about warm and fuzzy feelings.  Ultimately, of course, there is only so much the Fed can do for Main Street.  My view is the Fed is the major contributor of the growing wealth gap we have in the U.S.  You have free money, easy money, hedge funds can do great with it, but when lured into credit, you can fall down into the cracks.  Yes, she wants to help Main Street, which conversely means she may be far more interested in regulatory policy to force banks to do certain things. . . . She is more interested in regulation than worrying about interest rates.”
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    Merk also points out, “The reason why the Fed wants to boost asset prices is because millions of home owners are underwater, and by pushing up asset prices, they are no longer under water.  The reason why this is relevant is the U.S. economy is very consumer dependent.  Consumers under water in their home are not good consumers.  That’s why they want prices to go up, and, sure, the stock market goes up at the same time.  If you have assets, if you have money, you have done great with this Fed. . . . The reason why they are pushing up asset prices is to bail out home owners.”
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    But don’t think the American home owner is in the clear and lives happily ever after.  Merk says, “Home price inflation is not sustainable.  It’s a very fragile policy because it can evaporate at any time.  The moment the ‘taper’ talk started, new home sales, existing home sales deteriorated because, guess what, as interest rates move up, you have to pay more for your home.  Now, interest rates have come down a little bit, but the signaling is out there; and home buyers are not coming, and that is a big problem for the Fed.  It’s one of the reasons why we are not going to see an exit anytime soon.”  Merk goes on to say, “The Fed is not going to reverse course until it’s way too late.  They have already decided to be behind the curve . . . they have agreed and promised to be behind the curve in raising rates if inflation becomes a bigger problem.  The best thing that can happen to us is that we will continue in the muddle through environment.  The worse thing that can happen is economic growth, that we have some of these economic policies succeed.  Look at the Japanese to understand what is happening.  If they are rebuilding Tokyo for the Olympics, if they are going to ramp up military spending, what do you think is going to happen to the bonds over there?  Bond prices will plunge, and it will make it impossible to finance government debt.”
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April 2, 2014 Posted by | Economics | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off

Is “Dr. Copper” Foreshadowing A Stock Market Crash Just Like It Did In 2008?

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  • Is “Dr. Copper” Foreshadowing A Stock Market Crash Just Like It Did In 2008? 
    by Michael Snyder, http://theeconomiccollapseblog.com/ 
    Is the price of copper trying to tell us something?  Traditionally, “Dr. Copper” has been a very accurate indicator of where the global economy is heading next.  For example, back in 2008 the price of copper dropped from nearly $4.00 to under $1.50 in just a matter of months.  And now it appears that another big decline in the price of copper is starting to happen.  So far this year, the price of copper has dropped from a high of $3.40 back in January to a price of $2.95 as I write this article, and many analysts are warning that this is just the beginning.  By itself, this should be quite alarming to investors, but as you will see below there are a whole host of other signs that a stock market crash may be rapidly approaching.
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    But before we get to those other signs, let us discuss copper a bit more first.  I cannot remember a time since 2008 when there has been such an overwhelming negative consensus about where the price of copper is heading.  The following is from a CNBC article that was posted this week…
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    Cascading copper prices have multiple root causes that lead to one conclusion: The anticipated global economic recovery may not be all it’s cracked up to be.
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    Consequently, analysts are in virtual unison that the extended-term trajectory is lower for the metal often used as a growth barometer. Copper futures are off more than 12 percent in 2014 and 7 percent over just the past three days, though they rose less than 1 percent in Wednesday trading.
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    A slowdown in the global economy, forced selling by Chinese banks and technical factors have converged in multiple calls for more weakness in a commodity known by traders and economists as “Dr. Copper” for its ability to accurately make economic prognoses.
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    Of course there are some out there that are trying to claim that “this time is different” and that the price of copper is no longer a useful indicator for the global economy as a whole.
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March 14, 2014 Posted by | Economics | , , , , , , , | Comments Off

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