Dow Jones Loses 800 Points, Banks Pay You to Get a Loan, US Auto Sales Being Hidden

Dow Jones Drops as Key Recession Indicator Alarms If you’ve been following this blog or my YouTube channel, then you’ll know that the yield curve inversion in US bonds, a traditional and historically accurate recession indicator, triggered 3 months ago and has held steady since that time. And yet today, mainstream news once again acted […]

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The Greatest Depression is Already Here, Says Trends Forecaster Gerald Celente

Are We Already Living in “The Greatest Depression”? According to Gerald Celente of Trends Journal, the US is entering, if not already in, the “Greatest Depression.” On Jeff Rense’s radio show this week, Gerald went on to say that the global economic slowdown is about to hit home in the USA, and hard. Gerald Celente […]

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Federal Reserve Rate Cut Proves to Be Ineffective- Dow Jones and 401k’s Posts Worst Week in 2019

Jerome Powell says the economy’s so great, we’re going to go ahead and cut interest rates anyway, but just a little tease so we can all see what happens. The stock market responded by dropping a full 1% across the board, not satisfied with the token measures presented at today’s Federal Reserve meeting. Federal Reserve […]

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Gold Breaks Past 5-Year Highs! Is This the Ultimate Signal that the Recession Has Landed?

With all the recent talks of interest rate cuts by the Federal Reserve and traders already factoring this into the price of stocks, gold has gone up by 10% in the last 2 months, but this may only be the beginning. Gold Soars Past 5-Year Highs   It seems the cat has been let out […]

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401k and IRA Accounts Beware of These Interest Rate Cuts! It’s Not as Safe as You Think

World Central Banks Collude to Cut Interest Rates   With even the official jobs numbers failing to meet estimates and expectations, the Federal Reserve headed by Jerome Powell has promised to benevolently lower interest rates to ensure the economy which runs largely on debt and borrowed money, can continue unabated. Before anyone thinks this is […]

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Dow Jones Opens Down 500 Points, This Does Not Look Good

Market Update 5/13/2019: The Dow Jones Futures indicated a 500 point drop pre-market and sure enough, we’ve opened today down 500 points. Will the Plunge Protection Team be able to work its magic today, or will the law of diminishing returns soon come into play? Only time will tell. China Promises Tariffs of Their Own […]

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Larry Kudlow: Outsourcing the President’s Lies About the Economy

Gerald Celente from Trends in the News talks about Larry Kudlow Larry Kudlow Can’t Speak Highly Enough About This Economy   In spite of the real facts about the nation’s economy, Larry Kudlow can’t stop selling the American public a lie. The economy’s so strong that: America can’t have normal interest rates, in fact, it […]

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Can You Trust a Unicorn (IPO)? Investors and Retirees Beware

Unicorns IPOs are Being Sold to the Public as the Next Big Thing, but Will It End Well?   Not since the infamous Dot.com bust and market crash of 1999 – 2000 have we seen this level of over-hyped, over-valued Silicon Valley darlings being presented to the public as the very investment God would make […]

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The Coming Great American Retirement Crisis

The Great American Retirement Crisis: How We Got Here   The American Dream used to be: you work hard, you save your money, you live within your means, you have a few kids and raise them to respect others regardless of difference in opinion, you teach them to value and uphold the US Constitution, and […]

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American savers lost an estimated $500 billion due to low interest rates since the financial crisis

Remember When Americans Used to Save Money? Me Neither   A savings account used to be the holy grail of personal financial responsibility, but these days, Americans are in no position to save even a dime. Some Disturbing Facts About Americans and Their Financial Outlook   *Low interest rates have kept Americans from saving $500 […]

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