Global Financial Crisis

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Similarity In Stock Market Charts From 1929, 2008, 2016 May Show This Is “The Epocalypse”

By David Haggith, The Great Recession Blog Compare the Great Depression to the Great Recession, and you’ll see a similar pattern in how the Dow Jones Industrial Average graphs out. That pattern appears to be repeating now. The nation’s most notorious stock market crash in 1929 did not occur as a single fall off a cliff, but started … Continue reading

Janet Yellen: Armed, Dangerous, And Lost

By David Stockman Simple Janet should have the decency to resign. The Fed’s craven decision last week to punt on interest rate normalization is not merely a reminder that she is clueless and gutless; we already knew that much. Given the overwhelming facts on the ground — 4.9% unemployment, 2.3% core CPI, and a 23.7X PE multiple on the S&P 500 — her … Continue reading

If Your Country’s Broke — Don’t Hold All Of Your Savings There

By Simon Black, Sovereign Man On Friday March 15, 2013–just over three years ago–people across the entire nation of Cyprus went to bed believing that everything was OK. The next morning they woke up to a different reality. It turned out that their banking system was totally broke. After suffering enormous losses, banks no longer had sufficient … Continue reading

Helicopter Money: The Government Wants To Give You Free Cash

By Justin Spittler, Casey Research Could the government start handing out free cash? It sounds crazy. But believe it or not, it’s a real possibility. In fact, an Ivy league economist just predicted it will happen within five years… The Federal Reserve has used crazy monetary policies to “stimulate” the economy since the 2008 financial crisis. These … Continue reading

The Next Crisis Will Be THE Crisis

By Phoenix Capital Research 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 problem by issuing more debt. If the below chart was a problem … Continue reading

Helicopter Money: Global Central Banks Consider Distributing Money Directly To The People

By Michael Snyder Should central banks create money out of thin air and give it directly to governments and average citizens?  If you can believe it, this is now under serious consideration.  Since 2008, global central banks have cut interest rates 637 times, they have injected 12.3 trillion dollars into the global financial system through … Continue reading

The ONLY Buyer Of Stocks Just Stopped Buying… Buckle Up

By Phoenix Capital Research The rally of the last month has many scratching their heads. That is, until you realize: Most of it was driven by “short-covering.” The primary buyers of stocks today are corporations buying back their stock to juice EPS, not actual investors. Actual investors have been selling the farm. Central Banking manipulation only … Continue reading

Nine Signs That 2016 Looks Ominously Like 2008 Just Before The Crisis

By Simon Black, Sovereign Man If you haven’t seen the 2015 Best Picture nominee, The Big Short, I strongly recommend it. The Big Short is based on Michael Lewis’ book which examines how such an extraordinary financial crisis gripped the world in 2008, and the handful of people who saw it coming. The movie opens asking a … Continue reading

Doug Casey: How You Could Make 10, 20, Even 50 Times Your Money In The Coming Gold Mania

By Doug Casey, Casey Research Regular readers know why I believe the gold price is poised to move from its current level of $1,250 per ounce to $1,500…$2,000…and eventually past $3,000. Right now, we are exiting the eye of the giant financial hurricane that we entered in 2007, and we’re going into its trailing edge. It’s … Continue reading

Why Our Financial System Is Like The Titanic

By Charles Hugh Smith The “unsinkable” global financial system is rushing headlong toward its encounter with the iceberg. Why did the Titanic sink, despite being considered unsinkable? The conventional answer is the design of its watertight compartments was flawed: the watertight bulkheads were limited in height to a few feet above the waterline. The ship was … Continue reading

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