April 8, 2014 at 7:45 pm #7759
Has anyone noticed that both the NASDAQ and Dow Jones are starting to slide. Interestingly enough, it is some of the major players that are weakening. Added to the fact that some of the big banks are warning that they may miss earnings projections, and things are starting to look like a precursor to 2008. Naturally a lot of hand wringing because the FED is easing out of Qualitative Easing. Latest projections are they we completely cut by fourth quarter of 2014.
If Putin starts to sense blood in the water, he may start rattling his economic sword. Not sure if China can or would be interested in tempering his attacks on our economy.
We certainly live in interesting times.April 8, 2014 at 8:40 pm #7766
My view is the the FED is easing out of Qualitative Easing because they know that things are going to get real bad soon because of the National debt. So the only weapon they have is Qualitative Easing ( Printing Money) so they want to have that option open for them to slow in down some when SHTF. It will not be enough to stop it and they know this too!
Every were I read they talk about the 21 to 23 T dollar debt mark will be the down fall of the financial market but no one really knows how much debt this Country can take. This is to happen sometime in 2015.
Just prepare, have enough food for your family. That’s all we can do is prepare.April 8, 2014 at 9:27 pm #7777
For an idea of things to come, have a look at what happened to Rhodesia during it’s transition to Zimbabwe and the 30+ years since then.
Eye opening.April 11, 2014 at 2:52 am #8081
The market continues to slide. Mostly in tech stocks, but earnings reports are just starting to come in. Much like 2008 stock prices are higher than the companies value. That can not be sustained for long. This may be a small correction, but how many times do we have to watch this market whip saw back and forth. Where is the true value?April 11, 2014 at 8:18 am #8095
Yes, this does not look pretty.
Don’t Be Surprised If This Is The Start Of A Stock Market Crash …
Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/stock-market-crash-2014-4
Alea iacta est ("The die has been cast")
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