Monthly Archives: September 2015

More QE Will Not Save the Markets This Time

The markets are surging this morning based on hype and hope of more QE from Central Banks. Across the board the markets have taken out critical support in the last month, erasing ALL of their post-QE 3 gains. Abroad, the … Continue reading

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One by One Central Banks Are Losing Control

Since 2008, the Keynesians running global Central Banks had always suggested that there was no problem too great for them to handle. They’d promised to do “whatever it takes,” to maintain the financial system and print the world back to … Continue reading

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The Market Has Run Out of Props

The stock market is rapidly running out of props. First off, corporate sales and profits are rolling over. As Charlie Bilello recently noted, we’ve had two straight quarters of Year over Years drops in corporate revenues. Moreover, corporate profits are … Continue reading

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The Real Reason the Fed Won’t Raise Interest Rates

Another Fed FOMC meetings has come and gone and interest rates remain at zero. The investing world is obsessed with guessing when the Fed will raise rates and by how much. The Fed has been dangling the “rate hike” over … Continue reading

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Why What’s About to Begin Will Dwarf 2008

Earlier this week I outlined how the next Crash will play out. Today we’ll assess why this Crisis will be worse than the 2008 Crisis. By way of explanation, let’s consider how the current monetary system works… The current global … Continue reading

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These Two Assets Show Us a Crash is Coming

If the foundation of the financial system is debt… and that debt is backstopped by assets that the Big Banks can value well above their true values (remember, the banks want their collateral to maintain or increase in value)… then … Continue reading

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Is the Treasury Preparing For a Systemic Event?

Behind the veneer of “all is well” being promoted by both world Governments and the Mainstream Media, the political elite have begun implementing legislation that will permit them to freeze accounts and use your savings to prop up insolvent banks. … Continue reading

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Could the Fed Implement a “Carry” Tax on Physical Cash?

The Fed meets this week on Wednesday and Thursday. Many in the investment world believe the Fed will finally raise interest rates during this meeting. If it does, this will be the first rate hike since 2006. And it will … Continue reading

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Three Reasons the Fed Cannot Let Rates Normalize

Analysts and commentators remain hung up on whether or not the Fed will raise rates next week. Certain Fed officials have been stating that the Fed should commence tightening. However, with China’s bubble collapsing, dragging down the Emerging Markets, there … Continue reading

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2008 Was a Crisis… It Was Not THE Crisis

The 2008 crash was a warm up. Many investors think that we could never have a financial crash again. The 2008 melt-down was a one in 100 years episode, they think. They are wrong. The 2008 Crisis was a stock … Continue reading

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Gold Has CRUSHED Stocks For Over 40 Years

Warren Buffett once noted, Gold doesn’t do anything “but look at you.” It doesn’t pay a dividend or produce cash flow. As someone who’s devoted his life to increasing his wealth, Buffett should know better than to say this because … Continue reading

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Is a Global Debt Crisis Finally Here?

The US Dollar is going to blow up the global debt markets leading to a global debt crisis. The blogosphere is rife with talk of the “death of the US Dollar.” The US Dollar will eventually die, as all fiat … Continue reading

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Why the Next Crisis Will Be Far Worse Than 2008

Earlier this week I outlined how the next Crash will play out. Today we’ll assess why this Crisis will be worse than the 2008 Crisis. By way of explanation, let’s consider how the current monetary system works… The current global … Continue reading

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The Road Map For How the Crash Will Play Out

Last year (2014) will likely go down in history as the “beginning of the end” for the current global Central Banking system. What will follow will be a gradual unfolding of the next crisis and very likely the collapse of … Continue reading

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More and More Institutions Call For a Ban on Physical Cash

Over the weekend, The Financial Times published an article calling for a ban on physical cash. This is just the latest in a series of articles being promoted by the financial media proposing this concept. The arguments presented in these … Continue reading

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