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Peter Schiff: In The Impending Collapse ‘Everything That Can Go Wrong, Will’

The impending economic collapse is hidden from most. People only see a rising stock market, not the negative underlying factors that will cause the whole system to crash. The weakening of the U.S. dollar is just getting started, warned veteran market forecaster Peter Schiff, CEO of Euro Pacific Capital. “We have just begun a major, […]

Study Finds That 22 Percent Of Bitcoin Investors Are Using Debt To Fund Their Investments

This report was originally published by Michael Snyder at The Economic Collapse Investing in cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Ripple, Ethereum and Litecoin is extremely risky, and experts all over the country are warning that people should only invest what they are willing to lose. Unfortunately, many are getting swept up in the current euphoria surrounding cryptocurrencies and […]

2017 Has Been The Best Year For The Stock Market EVER

This article was originally published by Michael Snyder at The Economic Collapse We have never seen a better year for stocks in all of U.S. history. Just five days after Donald Trump entered the White House, the Dow Jones Industrial Average hit the 20,000 mark for the first time ever. On Monday, the Dow closed […]

Record Debt Dangling Over A Cliff: “We all Know How This Party is Going to End”

At some point, sooner or later, someone is going to have to pay the debts, but everyone will scramble to avoid holding the bag. But in the end, the chaos and panic may leave many with nothing at all. An end to the massive, unlimited money printing at the Federal Reserve, and the management of […]

Worst Day in Six Months: “Post-Election Stock Market Rally Is Officially Over”

This article was written by Michael Snyder and originally published at his Economic Collapse blog. Editor’s Comment: It was only a matter of time before reality set in, and the effects of a decade of unlimited stimulus stopped the music. Optimism about Trump on Wall Street is not enough to keep the illusion up forever. […]

The A.I. Economy, An Open Secret: “Why the Market Never Crashes”

How are they keep this dying patient, the economy, together? Perhaps we are long past the point of an organic, “real” economy. Instead, autotrading and artificial intelligence appears to be auto-investing into the stock market and other parts of the economy in order to keep it afloat. Meanwhile, the individual will be increasingly barred from […]

More Signs That the Great Collapse Is Upon Us: “Has The Date Been Set?”

The system is breaking apart as we speak. Retail has taken a brutal pounding over the last several years, and an epidemic of closing stores continues. Jobs have never picked up, despite the optimism. The flaws of the larger economy are compounding, and what has already been for several years a “recession” may soon crumble […]

100 Year Supercycle Coming to An End: “Facing Greatest Debt Crisis In Human History”

This article was written by Michael Snyder and originally published at the Economic Collapse blog. Editor’s Comment: The government deal on the debt ceiling is coming to an end next month, and there is about to be a great deal of noise about it. But while the system is most likely to simply pass the […]

“Recognize That the Situation Is Beyond Repair”: Trump’s Plan to Save the Economy Won’t Be Enough

This article was written by Brandon Smith of Alt-Market.com and first published at PersonalLiberty.com. Editor’s Comment: Despite a number of positive steps at the beginning of the President Trump’s administration, the economy is very, very far gone. Under the arrangements of the past half century, the United States has become an engine of global centralization. […]

Americans Fear Personal Financial Disaster: “Economy Is Going to Implode”

As business enters into 2017 and the Trump Administration with high hopes for a new boom, individual households remain less than optimistic about their own financial future. With overwhelming student debt, and factors such as increasing costs of living, a new housing and auto bubble, difficulty finding good work and the announcement that the Fed […]