December 11, 2015 at 6:27 pm #45980
cant redeem your stocks
CME (Rchild) resigns 3 sentences?
note they sell 650,000 paper 1000 oz silver per year and world produces 835 million aprox. this does not account for larger holdings in paper which they sell and she was their in to metals market.
really move along citizen nothing to see here
global insolvency coming to head
got any more to add all of this is less than a week old
this withdrawal done in aug jp morgan and hsbc large physical gold removalDecember 12, 2015 at 1:36 am #46007
I agree with all these article, it will be a world wide financial/economical collapse. There will not be one country that will not collapse period. How long do we have? I truly believe that the collapse will happen in mid to end of 2016 and O will declare marshal law so he can stay in power.December 12, 2015 at 3:58 am #46008
Freedom, I honestly thought it would happen by the end of 2012 (just AFTER the election), or early 2013. But here we are, still being pumped along on life support. I’ve backed off from predicting time frames (even to myself), because I’m simply flabbergasted at how far they’ve been able to manipulate the “economy” along. But if martial law comes to pass (and I’m not at all willing to rule it out under several possible scenarios), I suspect it would come because of either the real crisis being finally allowed to happen before the election, or else a manufactured crisis as an excuse to declare martial law. If it happens afterwards, it could be declared if needed, but I suspect that if a new President had been deemed “fairly” elected, they would probably allow him to take over in January 2017 if for no other reason than to have an appearance of the continuation of the United States as a basically constitutional government – gotta keep the illusions going, don’tchaknow! We may well have all kinds of controls, but if full martial law occurs, I don’t think the election would happen.
I was just about to post something very related to the original article here, but will put that in a separate post so as to keep the two sub-threads separate.December 12, 2015 at 4:08 am #46009
With respect to the EPJ article about the bond market, I just got this today from Casey Research. I think it’s very instructive reading, but want to make it clear that I am NOT recommending clicking on the two marketing links in the middle of the article – it’s classic technique for the new majority owner of Casey Research (Porter Stansberry). And one of the ads is for stuff from Jim Rickards. I have no faith in him either. Just sayin….
The overall article, however, is quite instructive as it pertains to the bond (especially junk – or “high yield” – bond) market. Casey’s subscription newsletters have been harping about that for a long time (I still subscribe to two because of the targeted information in them that pertains directly to some small (and dwindling) investments we have in a small corner of the market).
What’s particularly interesting is what they’ve added on top of the bond market issues: the stock market, even the S&P 500. Just a few companies that don’t really produce much of anything except intellectual and/or entertainment products (I don’t consider software a major production item, since a relatively small number of people can write it, and it takes relatively limited amount of machinery/technology to produce, wrap, and ship it). Microsoft, Google, Facebook, Netflix, and Amazon are skyrocketing, and they’re the only reason that market is still up. The broader market is anemic at best. Here’s the on line version of the email I got today for anyone interested. It’s coming, alright – we just don’t know how much longer they can keep the power on to the life support system.
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