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The Stock Market Bubble About To Burst?

Postby Tom Silver » 09 July 2016

The Stock Market Bubble About To Burst?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t2jdCVaJf5M

Sharing this and agree. I think the Fed is looking for an out. With Italian Banks and Deutsche Bank having major issues, a bank failure would give them the excuse to blame the collapse of the financial market on that. If no bank collapse I say QE4 or something of that nature. Big events are coming as back to back bad news is normal at the moment.

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Re: The Stock Market Bubble About To Burst?

Postby TonyJ » 11 July 2016

Seems to me that if the FED keeps printing, who cares about a yield cure? Can you do a video about WHY an inverted yield curve CAUSES a crash? In a nutshell when the smart people in the bond market see bad things they flock to longer dated bonds. If the market crashes before the end of the year then the elite want Obama to remain president.

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Re: The Stock Market Bubble About To Burst?

Postby Bounty » 13 July 2016

TonyJ wrote:Seems to me that if the FED keeps printing, who cares about a yield cure? Can you do a video about WHY an inverted yield curve CAUSES a crash? In a nutshell when the smart people in the bond market see bad things they flock to longer dated bonds. If the market crashes before the end of the year then the elite want Obama to remain president.


The collapse is when they invest in construction! This is the same thing that happened in 1929. A lot of people then invested in the stock market, generally workers with little to no experience. For a while stock prices did go up because of the money that flooded the market. The the crash happened and a lot of people lost their money.

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Re: The Stock Market Bubble About To Burst?

Postby TonyJ » 16 July 2016

This is another reason why investing in assets is key and a little exposure to some Gold is a great idea. The only way out is to get rid of money altogether. Always has been. build automated hydroponic farms in and around cities. without money they "cost" nothing but the abundant resources we already have to build them. Markets produce wealth for the 1% but food is for everyone.

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Postby Freddy » 27 July 2016

TonyJ wrote:This is another reason why investing in assets is key and a little exposure to some Gold is a great idea. The only way out is to get rid of money altogether. Always has been. build automated hydroponic farms in and around cities. without money they "cost" nothing but the abundant resources we already have to build them. Markets produce wealth for the 1% but food is for everyone.


True, What concerns me is in a time of crisis the government can simply, once again, make it illegal to own gold or silver.... they can demand we turn it in for whatever price they dictate.. they can seize all the records of the suppliers, they will know we purchased it.... How can one protect himself from this kind of scenario...The stock market bubble burst could get real and warrant this.

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Postby GoldInvestments » 06 August 2016

TonyJ wrote:Seems to me that if the FED keeps printing, who cares about a yield cure? Can you do a video about WHY an inverted yield curve CAUSES a crash? In a nutshell when the smart people in the bond market see bad things they flock to longer dated bonds. If the market crashes before the end of the year then the elite want Obama to remain president.
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Re: The Stock Market Bubble About To Burst?

Postby Gold Bird » 06 August 2016

GoldInvestments wrote:
TonyJ wrote:Seems to me that if the FED keeps printing, who cares about a yield cure? Can you do a video about WHY an inverted yield curve CAUSES a crash? In a nutshell when the smart people in the bond market see bad things they flock to longer dated bonds. If the market crashes before the end of the year then the elite want Obama to remain president.


Hello, I see you just joined? Are providing contribution? :D

Community is growing. Look forward to seeing your work around here.

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Re: The Stock Market Bubble About To Burst?

Postby GoldInvestments » 06 August 2016

Opinion pieces I'm leaning towards. I've been in the industry a decade and hope to receive and provide value here.
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Re: The Stock Market Bubble About To Burst?

Postby Bounty » 06 August 2016

GoldInvestments wrote:Opinion pieces I'm leaning towards. I've been in the industry a decade and hope to receive and provide value here.


Great, on my friends list for updates.

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Re: The Stock Market Bubble About To Burst?

Postby Tom Silver » 23 September 2016

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