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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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The System is Officially Now in Worse Shape Than in 2008

For six years, the world has operated based on faith and hope that Central Banks somehow fixed the issues that caused the 2008 Crisis. All of the arguments supporting this defied common sense. A 5th grader knows that you cannot … Continue reading

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Did the Crisis of Our Lifetimes Begin Last Week?

The market’s technical damage of the last week has been severe. The stock market began its near-vertical climb in late 2012. Since that time, the 126-day moving average (DMA) and 280-DMA have served as major lines of support for the … Continue reading

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The 2008 Crisis Was Not THE Crisis Of Our Lifetimes… THIS IS.

Below is an excerpt from our FREE Investment Report Financial Crisis “Round Two” Survival Guide. Many investors believe that the 2008 Crisis was THE Crisis of their lifetimes. They are mistaken. The 2008 Crisis was a stock and investment bank … Continue reading

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Could the FDIC Seize Bank Accounts During the Next Crisis?

As we noted last week, one of the biggest problems for the Central Banks is actual physical cash. The financial system is predominantly comprised of digital money. Actual physical Dollars bills and coins only amount to $1.36 trillion. This is … Continue reading

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The Staggering Scope of the Next Crisis And How It Will Hit

As you know, I’ve been calling for a bond market crisis for months now. That crisis has officially begun in Greece, and will be spreading in the coming months. Currently it’s focused in countries that cannot print their own currencies … Continue reading

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Three Clear Signs That the US is Already in Recession

The US economy is collapsing at a pace not seen since 2008-2009. Retail sales are showing outright deflation, declining at a pace not seen outside of contractions. The retail sector is not the only sector showing pronounced weakness. General Electric … Continue reading

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Central Banks Are Rapidly Losing Control of the System

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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Investment Legends Warn of a Crash

More and more insiders are warning of a potential systemic event. The first sign of real trouble concerned a number of investment legends choosing to close shop and return investors’ capital. The first real titan to bow out was Stanley … Continue reading

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The Central Banks Will Soon Implode Taking Down the Financial System

For six years, the world has operated under a complete delusion that Central Banks somehow fixed the 2008 Crisis. All of the arguments claiming this defied common sense. A 5th grader would tell you that you cannot solve a debt … Continue reading

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Greece’s Collapse Was a Reversion to the Mean… Who’s Next?

Because of the rampant fraud and money printing in the financial system, the real “bottom” or level of “price discovery” is far lower than anyone expects due to the fact that the run up to 2008 was so rife with … Continue reading

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The political class and Central Banks are unable resolve debt issues in any meaningful way

Yesterday we assessed how elements of the financial media are either unbelievably lazy or completely complicit in helping to maintain the illusion of success for the Centralized powers (large governments and Central Banks). Today we move on to addressing how … Continue reading

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The Single Most Important Chart for Stocks

Stocks rallied yesterday on the announcement (what is this, the 105th?) that Greece’s problems had finally been solved. The whole charade is tiresome. I say charade because the ECB doesn’t give a hoot about Greece other than the fact that … Continue reading

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Are You Prepared For the Next Round of the Financial Crisis?

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

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Borderline Failing High Schoolers Understand Job Creation Better Than DC Bureaucrats

If you want to see in stark contrast why “top down” Government programs cannot fix the US economy take a look at the recent developments regarding school lunches. In case you missed it, in 2012 the US public school system … Continue reading

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The Next Recession Has Already Begun

The official data is out and it shows that GDP collapsed 0.7% in the first quarter of 2015. The financial world is shocked by this because: 1)   The drop occurred despite the Government massaging the heck out of the data … Continue reading

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Graham Summers’ Weekly Market Forecast (5/18/15)

Last week was options expiration week (equities and indexes). This is the week for market gaming as usually two things happen: 1)   The Fed juices the market to provide additional liquidity to Wall Street. 2)   Wall Street uses the additional … Continue reading

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The Fed is Twice As Leveraged As Lehman Was

The 2008 Crisis was caused by too much debt/ leverage, particularly in the form of illiquid derivatives (mortgage backed securities get the most attention, but the derivatives market was well over $800 trillion at the time of the crisis). To … Continue reading

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The Global Bond Market Bubble DWARFS the Housing Bubble

The global Central Banks, driven by their Keynesian lunacy, have induced the single largest misallocation of capital in history. Nowhere is this clearer than in the bond market today. Do the following sound normal? 1)   Globally 45% of all Government … Continue reading

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The Black Swan Your Broker Won’t Tell You About

The US Dollar as we know it, derives its value based on where it trades against a basket of other currencies. Some 56% of this basket is comprised of Euros. Because of this, moves in the Dollar and the Euro … Continue reading

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