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  1. #31
    Quote Originally Posted by Zippyjuan View Post
    Gold up- it is the market and a wise investment decision. Gold down- it must be manipulation.
    Stocks up- must be manipulation. Stocks down- must be the market at work.
    Meh , ya just needed to buy stocks when the Dow was 7k and gold when it was 300 . Then its all good .

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  3. #32
    Quote Originally Posted by oyarde View Post
    Meh , ya just needed to buy stocks when the Dow was 7k and gold when it was 300 . Then its all good .
    Now where did I leave that time machine?

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  5. #33
    Quote Originally Posted by Zippyjuan View Post
    Now where did I leave that time machine?
    Well if people missed a 7K Dow or 1000 gold there are still opportunities . Guns , Ammo , some reasonable land , silver , whatever 401k match you get . Might not be the time to buy high P/E ratio stocks but there are other things .

  6. #34
    Quote Originally Posted by oyarde View Post
    Well if people missed a 7K Dow or 1000 gold there are still opportunities . Guns , Ammo , some reasonable land , silver , whatever 401k match you get . Might not be the time to buy high P/E ratio stocks but there are other things .
    Buy and hold. Nobody can predict markets.

  7. #35

    Donald Trump - Make America Broke Again

    While President Donald promised to solve the debt, his reckless fiscal policies are piling on debt in spades. Donald still promises to make everything “great” in his second term as president...

    On the eve of the Great Recession in 2008 the public and private debt burdens were far lower than they are in 2019.
    In Q4 2007, public debt was $9.2 trillion versus $22 trillion in 2019, while total public and private debt has ballooned from $52.6 trillion in 2007 to $72.1 trillion today.
    US Debt has reached $22 trillion nominally, but is actually going to $42 trillion in the next decade.

    The low 2.0% seasonally adjusted annualised growth rate for Q2, is boosted by the 0.85% contribution to GDP growth from the government sector (that is paid for by more debt).
    This compares to a 0.24% average contribution from the government sector during Donald’s first 9 quarters in office. If you only correct for the excess contribution (0.61%) from the government sector, there remains a mere 1.4% GDP growth rate.
    The 1.8% gain in the year ending in June, is the lowest rate of gain since Q2 2014. The chart shows that Trump-O-Nomics hasn´t caused a sustained acceleration of growth, but a clear decelerating trend that should be a clear warning sign.

    There will be nearly a $150 billion annual increase in defense spending by 2021!
    Even in real terms the FY 2020 budget for defense and nondefense discretionary programs (red bar) will virtually reach the Obama level (green bar), which occurred during the depths of the Great Recession. Besides that, entitlements and mandatory spending will grow to an estimated $3.320 trillion in 2020, from $1.915 trillion in 2010 (a 74% increase).
    The budget deal will bring discretionary spending to almost a new record...

    If the bill – including tax cuts and increased spending – becomes law as expected, this will add another $4.1 trillion to the national debt until 2029.
    More than half of that is due to increased spending and interest, NOT Donald’s tax cut, which is not working anyway. The pending spending deal (BBA 2019) will add $1.7 trillion, on top of the $445 billion added in last year’s deal.

    Last week the US Department of Agriculture announced plans to will pay $16 billion (on top of the $12 billion already distributed) to aid farmers hurt by the trade war with China
    Real business investment actually dropping 0.6% in Q2.
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  8. #36
    Even though the U.S. economy is expected to grow at an impressive rate of 2.2%, the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) predicts that the federal budget deficit will hit $1.02 trillion this year. CBO estimates that federal expenses will be $4.6 trillion, while revenues will hit $3.6 trillion in 2020.
    Since 2012, this deficit wasn’t over $1 trillion and fell to $585 billion by the end of Barack Obama’s Presidency in 2016.

    Federal deficits are expected to average $1.3 trillion annually between 2021 and 2030. By the end of 2030 this will push overall US federal debt owed by American citizens to $31.4 trillion, or 98% of gross domestic product.
    That’s the highest rate since just after World War II, and “more than double what it has averaged over the past 50 years”.

    CBO estimates that US federal spending will continue to grow more than revenues until 2050:

    Richard D. Wolff predicts a terrible crash, because we are already “overdue”, it will be much worse than 2008. We all know it’s coming, probably in 2020-2021.
    The 2008 crash was caused by high debt, caused by too low interest rates. In general the debt level is too high.

    There is a record level rate of default on student loans and other loans.
    The society is too polarised between “right” and “left”; “rich” and “poor”.
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  9. #37
    I’m surprised not only that the eminent economic crash has been postponed, but especially by the way how it was done.
    First the world economy was crashed by draconian coronavirus measures, and then the eminent crash was averted, by plunging the world deeper into debt.
    When the debt bubbly (finally) crashes, it will be the greatest crash ever, with the middle class wiped out around the world, with every nation and most citizens having a debt block around their neck...

    Just look at the skyrocketing private debt in the US until 2015 (even before the corona “pandemic”)!

    The CRFB estimates that US debt will continue to grow to 118-131% of GDP by 2030.

    The CRFB projects that US nominal deficits will never fall below their previous record of $1.4 trillion and will continue to rise, with US deficits 7.4% of GDP on average until 2030 (compared to a projected 4.8% before the pandemic was started).

    • Deficits will expand by $5.7 trillion over the 2020-2030 window as a result of the current crisis and response to date, to almost $20 trillion under current law.
    • The budget deficit will total $3.7 trillion (17.9 percent of GDP) in 2020 and average $1.6 trillion (6.3 percent of GDP) per year from 2021 through 2030.
    • As a share of the economy, debt will grow from 79 percent of GDP before the crisis to 101 percent by the end of 2020 and 118 percent of GDP by 2030.
    • By 2050, debt will reach 220 percent of GDP and deficits will total 14.4 percent.

    The scapegoating has already started. In almost every sector of the economy that is collapsing, the claim is that “everything was fine until the pandemic happened”. From tumbling web news platforms to small businesses to major corporations, the coronavirus outbreak and the subsequent national riots will become the excuse for failure. The establishment will try to rewrite history and many people will go along with it because the truth makes them look bad.

    And what is the truth? The truth is that the U.S. economy – and in some ways, the global economy – was already collapsing. The system’s dependency on ultra-low interest rates and central bank stimulus created perhaps the largest debt bubble in history – the Everything Bubble. And that bubble began imploding at the end of 2018, triggered primarily by the Federal Reserve raising rates and dumping its balance sheet into economic weakness, just like it did at the start of the Great Depression. Fed Chair Jerome Powell knew what would happen if this policy was initiated; he even warned about it in the minutes of the October 2012 Federal Open Market Committee, and yet once he became the head of the central bank, he did it anyway.

    For a year leading up to the pandemic, the Fed was struggling to maintain and suppress a repo market liquidity crisis. National debt, corporate debt and consumer debt were at all-time highs. Companies were desperate for new stimulus, and they were getting crumbs from the Fed, rather than the tens of trillions that they needed just to stay afloat. The central bank had sabotaged the economy, but they had to keep it in a state of living death until they had a perfect cover event for the collapse. The pandemic and inevitable civil unrest do the job nicely.

    What many people do not understand is that the Fed does not care about the economy. In fact, every Fed action since its inception in 1913 has led to the downfall of the U.S. The Fed is not a maintenance man trying to stave off collapse; the Fed is a suicide bomber willing to destroy everything including itself in order to serve a greater ideology.

    Total global centralization is the goal, and every new disaster is exploited to this end by the establishment. “Order out of chaos” is the motto of the global elites; in other words, in every crisis there is “opportunity”. This crisis has been no different. Suggested solutions have ranged from the creation of a cashless society operating on a digital currency system, to permanent lockdowns in the name of stopping “global warming”, to a surveillance state and medical tyranny utilizing 24/7 tracking of citizens in order to “stop the spread of the virus”. But how does the establishment plan to get people to go along with such freedom-crushing policies?

    The pandemic by itself is not enough. The George Floyd riots may be a motivator, but they might fizzle out over time. The real catalyst, as I have said for many years now, will be an ongoing economic crash. This crash, engineered in 2008, has been a long time coming. Everything that is happening today is an extension of what happened over a decade ago. That said, the current phase was set in motion in 2018, as noted above.
    The virus and the lockdowns solidified the crash, and for those people that were calling for a V-shaped recovery, I think it’s time they admit that this is not going to happen.

    The latest Fed models predict a GDP plunge of 52.8%, and the manner in which the Fed calculates GDP is actually rigged to the upside. It is difficult to predict the REAL fall in data, but we know it will likely be larger than 52%. Keep in mind that this crash is in the 2nd quarter, while the Fed pumped trillions into the system. What exactly did this money printing buy? Well, stock markets stabilized, but the rest of the economy didn’t, and stock market optimism isn’t going to last much longer either.

    The primary reason we now face a second Great Depression is because the small business sector has been destroyed. Small businesses are vital to the U.S. economy, representing around 50% of the job market. The closures have already resulted in around 40 million job losses in the past two months. Add that to the 95 million Americans that have been out of work but not counted by the BLS as unemployed – as well as the 11 million people that are counted – and you are looking at nearly 150 million working age people not generating an income.
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  10. #38
    Ron's dire warnings on behalf of Stansberry (sp?) investments have started showing up on midday CNBC broadcasts. I was pretty surprised to see him pop onto the screen and the ad has aired every day around noon since.
    "Let it not be said that we did nothing." - Ron Paul

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    Talk to people about liberty. You won't find it on websites, you won't find it in politicians.

    But now you can't talk to people because of "social distancing"....brought to you by shills and politicians.

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