Americans Are Having Less Sex and Jewelry Stores Are Closing Down Across the Nation

Major Jewelry Stores Closing Down in Large Numbers in the US

 
Record numbers of Americans have stopped having sex as jewelry stores across the country close their doors. Add this to the fact that more peope in their 20’s still live at home with their parents, and you will see the true state of the economy right in front of your bedroom eyes.

In what should come as unexpected news, more retail outlets that were once dependent upon the now waning American middle class are shutting down as the consumer is simply tapped out. This comes on the heels of the worst retail quarter since “the Great Recession of 2008 – 2009”. But this time, the experts in the mainstream media won’t be able to blame this massive round of closures on a shift of consumer sentiment and habits to online shopping.

After all, how many women do you know would be impressed to learn you bought her engagement ring off Amazon.com?

In addition to this, and also not surprisingly, Americans polled in a recent survey are having less sex in the last 30 years. To me this is just one more indicator of the true state of the economy. Less money, less dates, less home buying by the younger generations, less opportunities, less marriages, less babies, and yes, less sex- all things to expect during a period of bleak economic activity, just as it was in the Great Depression.

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*Unfunded liabilities mean 100+ trillion in national debt

Think the national debt is only $22 Trillion? A deeper look into the balance sheet shows that with unfunded liabilities such as Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid, the average American owes a whopping $700,000 to be able to pay all this off.

Of course, we know this will never happen, and the current financial system marches on, but it won’t last forever, just as no world reserve currency in history has. Eventually, inflation will eat away at the purchasing power and global acceptability of the US dollar, and a reset will occur- hard or soft landing notwithstanding.

*Malls seeing less foot traffic since August of 2018

Foot traffic in malls peaked in August of 2018, and again, this has more to do with people not having disposable income than a shift in online sales. The slowdown is a global one, and we can expect more retail closures as 2019 rounds the halfway mark. So far we’ve had more retail closings in 2019 than the entirety of 2018, so it’s not looking good for those who think we can avoid a recession.

*US auto sales drop in Q1

With the average price of a car increasing $1,000 year-over-year since 2018, less consumers are opting to sign on for a loan to buy a new car. While this price increase represents a 3.1% change, we are told by the Federal Reserve that inflation is only 1.9%. But they wouldn’t lie to us now, would they?

*Trump calls for more quantitative easing and lower interest rates

It seems that even Trump knows the economy has run out of steam. A 2016 candidate once called the stock market a bubble, but President Trump applauded the bubble he inherited once taking office, and now he wants to keep air in the bubble.

*Washington D.C. experiences highest level of gentrification

If you were worried that the size of government was getting smaller, don’t worry, there’s no chance of that and the current gentrification leader in the nation is Washginton D.C. It would appear that $4.7 Trillion dollar annual US budget is not going to waste among government workers, as they move into new neighborhoods and buy up condos in the beltway.

*Gold will do very well in a recession, analysts predict

With all the market manipulation, the one shining star left that is not massively overhyped and overvalued remains precious metals like gold and silver. Sure, they aren’t sexy and they may not make you tons of money during supposed economic good times like we’re having now (yet people aren’t having sex? huh), but gold and silver are in a perfect position to rise during the next economic downturn and as the Fed prints money to infinity.

Don’t miss out on a golden opportunity to load up on precious metals with your portfolio while you still can before their price goes through the roof.

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The Next Recession is Here: Dow Drops 460 Points as Yield Curve Inverts for 1st Time Since 2007

Economic Indicators Say the Recession is Already Here

 
The Dow Jones bled 460 points today as the yield curve inverted for the first time since 2007. With Federal Express reporting missed earnings on what they report as a global economic slowdown and Ali Baba missing expectations along with PayPal for the 1st time in 3 years, it would seem that recession is already here.

Add this to the other telltale indicators that the economy is slowing- retail shutdowns, record corporate stock buybacks within companies to inflate stock share prices, a slowing housing market around the globe, all-time highs in personal, corporate, municipal, national, and world debt– and you’ve got the perfect financial storm on the horizon.

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The Federal Reserve Signals They Won’t Be Raising Rates Now or Any Time Soon

 
When you think of a strong economy, do you think of an economic environment where banks can’t even pay you a rate of interest for holding your money there that keeps up with real inflation? This is common sense to many, but don’t tell that to mainstream media.

The Federal Reserve had said it would continue to raise interest rates to normalize over the coming years, but 2018 showed exactly what happens whenever the government attempts to take the banking and financial sector out of a zero interest rate environment. The market tanks and the Dow Jones drops like it’s having a stroke. This was the case Christmas Eve of 2018, and what led Fed Chairman Powell to 100% about face on any interest rate hikes in the forseeable future.

The Next Recession is Here: Dow Drops 460 Points as Yield Curve Inverts for 1st Time Since 2007

 
Another horrible down day for the markets with the S&P 500 suffering the most declines just reminds everyone how fragile the stock market is. And now, the yield curve has inverted for the first time since 2007, which means long term treasuries now pay less than near term treasuries.

So why would anyone buy a 10-yr Treasury Bond if a 3-month bond paid you more? Exactly, you wouldn’t. And this is the biggest tried-and-true indicator of them all that a recession is already here, because the last time it happened in 2007, the housing market crashed followed by stocks. The same yield curve inversion happened before the 2000 recession and the 1989 recession as well.

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The Great Recession Never Ended

 
At this point, it doesn’t take a financial genius to see that the consumer is tapped out and unable to spend on credit like they were for the last 10 years of quantitative easing and other neat tricks the Federal Reserve employed in an attempt to drive the economy out of “The Great Recession”. What happened, in reality, is that the Fed inflated the bubble even larger, and instead of bailing out the economy, the government should have allowed natural market and economic forces to take their course.

Instead, we’re all waiting for the next great calamity that, this time, will not be fixed by simply printing more money, but may actually result in a total system change for the world reserve currency and monetary system.

No wonder the insiders, central banks, and countries around the world are buying up and hoarding gold at a record pace.

Watch what they do, not what they say.

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