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Posts tagged 'Crash'

Some Classic Short-Sale Candidates Get Even Better - John Rubino (4/12/2017)

By John Rubino 7 months ago 5589 Views No comments

Six months ago, recreational vehicle sales were booming and the companies making those expensive, gas-guzzling rolling houses were riding high.

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The Squeeze Is On - Dave Kranzler (23/10/2017)

By Dave Kranzler 9 months ago 5728 Views No comments

Has anyone besides me wondered what happened to the documented accusations about Ray Dalio and his Bridgewater fund management operation? The allegations were out there and it was big news for about a day. It would appear to have been quickly covered-up and the media has been given a “leave it alone” warning.

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Rationality Versus The Market - John Rubino (5/10/2017)

By John Rubino 9 months ago 6752 Views 1 comment

The late stages of financial bubbles are always tough for rational analysts. Focused as they are on the numbers, such analysts are relatively immune to the emotion that drives the action at market extremes, so they find themselves making predictions that turn out to be “wrong” for months and sometimes years.

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A Stock Market Crash: A Matter Of “When,” Not “If” - Dave Kranzler (30/5/2017)

By Dave Kranzler 1 years ago 8565 Views No comments

This insanity is the surest sign that the stock market bubble is getting ready to pop. If you read between the lines of the the comments from certain Wall Street analysts, the only justification for current valuations is “Central Bank liquidity” and “Fed support of asset values.”

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When Might the Pillaging End? - Jeff Thomas (11/5/2017)

By Jeff Thomas 1 years ago 7324 Views No comments

At some point, however, debt always generates a major crash. "What could we expect next?" will be that the governments will no longer be able to pay for all of their programmes, so they'll have to cut back. How much will they cut back? That will depend on the severity of the collapse.

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Creating Another "Crash of 1929" - Jeff Thomas (24/4/2017)

By Jeff Thomas 1 years ago 7127 Views No comments

As unfair as it may be, a nation’s people almost always blame whoever is on watch when a collapse occurs. It matters little who or what is actually at fault. People need a “face” to vilify for the disaster and the sitting leader is almost always spontaneously chosen by a nation as that face.

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