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That would be ugly (no, I mean like real ugly), and would only serve to increase safe haven demand.
Japan has managed to offset decades of deflationary dynamics, but at a cost that is hidden beneath the surface of apparent stability.
Landlords are cutting rents & prices, spooked lenders are holding back, & the industry loses hope for Trump tax cuts.
The coming Great Deflation will destroy the value of most Stocks, Bonds, Real Estate and Paper Currencies.
Despite markets that performed well during 2009 2016, state & local government pension systems were still underwater and maybe worse
What really happened? How about the US economy was running out of gas & we relied on housing construction to drive GDP growth?
And you know that Governor Brown will come to Washington DC begging for a Federal bailout.
Something has to give soon and when it does, it will go down in history.
Remember, if you don't hold it, you don't own it. Time is running short folks.
I have warned that whenever a government creates a solution to any crisis, that solution becomes the next crisis.
We fear that whatever the magnitude of the downturn that comes, it will likely produce much greater social & political conflict than currently exists.
Dr. Judy Shelton from Sound Money Project Co-Director & Atlas Network Senior Fellow discuss with CNBC's Rick Santelli on reconnecting monetary policy to the real economy.
The US Fed’s destruction of the purchasing power of the dollar looks absolutely sedate compared to Maduro’s Bolivar destruction
People need to understand how much tension is built into the unnaturally low prices that gold & silver are at
Puerto Rico’s $123 Billion Bankruptcy Is The Cost Of U.S. Colonialism
Russia and China quietly advancing their agreement to progressively replace the US dollar's reserve status with a gold-backed system.
China's Plan to Subvert the Global Dollar Standard
As Federal debt goes well beyond $20 trillion with those “normal” interest levels, interest rate on debt alone approaches $1 trillion.
Why didn’t state governments plan for this pension explosion? And what happens if asset bubbles burst?