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Rickards Warns “Prepare For A Chinese Maxi-Devaluation”

Authored by James Rickards via The Daily Reckoning, China is a relatively open economy; therefore it is subject to the impossible trinity. China has also been attempting to do the impossible in recent years with predictable results. Beginning in 2008 China pegged its exchange rate to the U.S. dollar. China also had an open capital […]

Brandon Smith: “Next Phase of Collapse Will Include the End of the Dollar as We Know It”

This article was originally published by Brandon Smith of The Federal Reserve Is A Saboteur – And The “Experts” Are Oblivious I have written on the subject of the Federal Reserve’s deliberate sabotage of the U.S. economy many times in the past. In fact, I even once referred to the Fed as an “economic […]

A Trump devaluation and global currency war? / By Michael J. Kosares / 2 February 2017 What it could mean for gold “But the chaotic start to the administration and what many see as its protectionist agenda have amplified fears of not only currency wars but a fully fledged trade confrontation that could be disastrous for the world economy.” Financial Times 2/2/2016 MK […]

Yuan Dumps, Bitcoin Jumps As China Researchers Suggest “One-Off Devaluation” & Capital Controls

As we have detailed numerous times recently, the recent move in Bitcoin has been strongly suggesting increasing fears of capital controls and/or expectations of a looming (and quite notable) devaluation of the Yuan against the US Dollar. Tonight saw China's largest nationalist tabloid suggesting that China should consider one-off yuan devaluation to keep the currency […]

With China Facing Currency, Liquidity Crises, Ex-PBOC Official Urges Use Of “Nuclear Option”

With the PBOC fighting tooth and nail to slow outbound capital flight, which according to Goldman has reached $1.1 trillion since August 2015, and which these days mostly means keeping the Yuan from depreciating to new all time lows below 7 Yuan to the Dollar, the Chinese central bank may have its work cut out […]

Is China About to Trigger Another “August 2015”-Type Meltdown?

Just as we predicted, the Bank of Japan has begun to lose control. Since the November US Presidential election, the Bank of Japan has been aggressively devaluing the Yen. They are doing this to take advantage of the brief window between the election and when Trump takes office and trade deals are renegotiated. As I […]

China Warns It Is Ready To Slow Yuan Plunge On Capital Outflow Fears

It was just one year ago when the biggest worry for the market – which culminated with a near 10% S&P correction in in early 2016 – was the daily plunge in the Yuan driven by the surging dollar, which in turn prompted China to engage in an unprecedented reserve liquidation (in which it sold […]

Watching The Yuan

  Hold your real assets outside of the banking system in one of many private international facilities  –>          Watching The Yuan Posted with permission and written by Craig Hemke of TF Metals Report (CLICK FOR ORIGINAL)         The recent surge in the US dollar has again brought massive selling in the […]

Forget Brexit: According To Albert Edwards, There Is A Far Bigger Risk To The Global Economy / by Tyler Durden / Jun 22, 2016 8:03 AM While SocGen’s Albert Edwards has opined previously on the topic of Brexit (with an apparent interest in a “leave” outcome), overnight he once again revisits the only thing that matters to markets over the next 24 hours, and looks at the possible outcome of a second […]

The evidence is now clear that negative interest rates don’t stimulate spending; they are only good for devaluation in the ongoing currency wars. World trade is shrinking; a rare phenomenon usually associated with recession or depression.

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. / March 31st, 2016 Well it seems that we have entered the negative era! Negative rates, negative growth, negative jobs. I’m sure it will all work out. 19 trillion debt, 47 million on SNAP, 95 million out of work force. […]