…Are you prepared?
The preservation of the too big to jail banks has preserved their power and privilege, while assuring the deterioration of the real Economy.
The crisis from 2008 never ended and no solution was implemented, thus many researchers are worried about the looming market emergency.
Poverty, joblessness, and cost of living are all on the rise as politicians push for austerity policies.
This is the “new normal” (status quo) since the 2008 great recession, and it appears to me that the establishment intend to transform the world into their Fiefdom with citizens as serfs or peasants. Which is a polite way of saying they intend to make a harsher form of slavery legally permanent and worldwide. The escalation of world war can be seen to assist them in achieving that objective, for wars are funded by the central banks.
We have already witnessed negative interest rates and negative yields (they are stealing your money, and redistributing the world’s wealth)!
That is no accident, it is policy.
Unlike most researchers and market analysts (I am not a economist nor market analyst), I do not see the markets collapsing until either the citizens rebel in massively effective noncompliance with tax boycotts and other grassroots movements to starve the beast; or when the central banks hit the Kill Switch stopping all financial transactions and closing bank doors.
Until either of those two events occur I see a continuation of unethical behaviour where free money for the vulture capitalists and market manipulators, along with fund managers front running the market. Also expect more massive corporate layoffs and increasing poverty.
The criminals are in command of the system and you should know what to expect next.
At this time, as I am reading about sour outlooks from the professional investors and the dire conditions of the banks, I think it would be interesting to share this week’s economic and banking analysis from professionals who see the criminality.
In other words, these professionals know the officials are deceiving the public. ~Ron
Title: Biggest Counterfeiting Operation In History – Mike Maloney
Video posted 20 Sep 2016
Professional Investor, Michael Pento said “These are the most dangerous markets I have ever witnessed in my entire life. I have been investing more than 25 years”…
Title: Michael Pento: The Coming Bond Bubble Collapse
Video recorded 17 Sep 2016
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In this week’s podcast, Michael Pento, fund manager and author of The Coming Bond Bubble Collapse, explains how the United States is fast approaching the end stage of the biggest asset bubble in history. He describes how the bursting of this bubble will cause a massive interest rate shock that will send the U.S. consumer economy and the U.S. government—pumped up by massive Treasury debt—into bankruptcy, an event that will send shockwaves throughout the global economy.
Title: The Entire Economic System Is One Big Illusion: Charles Hugh Smith
Video posted 20 Sep 2016
Martin Armstrong: The Coming Dark Age
Blog/Understanding Cycles Posted Sep 20, 2016 by Martin Armstrong
Hillary is just corrupt and rotten to the core. She represents everything that is wrong with our political economy. Politicians no longer care about the people. Every election promises “change” in some variation. That is admitting something is broken, but it always comes down to the same thing – it’s just about them.
Nothing has changed. Many people can name every person on some sports team but cannot name their political minister, congressman, or whatever lofty title they call themselves. The judge in a courtroom demands to be called “honorable” as do all public servants. They make a mockery of the very word.
We are approaching the grave danger of a Dark Age beginning from the aftermath of 2032. Hopefully, I will be gone by then and will not have to face this horrible event. Yet Dark Ages are reoccurring events throughout history and in all cultures.
What The Establishment Said Yesterday:
“The World’s Most Important Central Bank (It’s Not The Fed)”
by Amareos 19 Sep 2016
Ever since the Great Recession, the world economy has been suffering from a malaise that has come to be known as the “New Normal”; one where real activity is weaker than anticipated and where sustained positive inflation rates in line with central bank mandates have proved elusive. These are afflictions that the Japanese economy has been suffering from for over two decades. As a result, many of the unorthodox monetary policy measures adopted by the BoJ have subsequently been adopted by their peers – a point made recently by Claudio Borio, Head of the Monetary and Economic Department of the BIS. Hence, in a very real sense, Japan’s central bank can (and should be) considered a monetary policy vanguard.
Japan’s “lost decades” have been well documented, but it is worth reminding ourselves of the growth profile of the economy (or rather lack of) over the past twenty years.
In terms of the broader economic and financial implications, a rising Japanese stock market stands to be positive for global growth to the extent that it bolsters domestic demand in Japan, and hence would be welcomed by the other leading world economies.
However, a strong JPY depreciation would be viewed with much more concern given the growth-challenged nature of the world economy and the size of the Japanese export machine. Certainly, the implied appreciation of the other major currencies would stop any Fed rate hiking cycle (even one as slow as the present one) dead in its tracks and likely be met with more central bank accommodation globally.
As we said at the outset, that’s why we consider the BoJ to be the world’s most important central bank. –lipperalpha.financial.thomsonreuters.com