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Category Archives: Instability

Operation “Chaos”: Trump And His Opponents Ushering In Age of Instability

Chaos has been weaponized, and the next era will be defined, perhaps, by the angry back-and-forth between the extreme left and the extreme (alt) right. The first two weeks of President Trump’s executive orders and actions have sent the country into a tailspin – and this is just the beginning of something very raw and […]

Pipeline Leak Plunges Deep South Into Emergency: Long Lines and “Panic Gasoline Buying”

This article was written by Tyler Durden and originally published at Zero Hedge. Editor’s Comment: This is how quickly things can unravel. The Colonial Pipeline leak has barely made the news, and yet much of the entire Deep South is facing shortages at the pump, long lines, price gouging and limited amounts through rationing. Although […]

MegaBanks Exiting: “Prepare For Economic Nuclear Winter… Sell Everything”

This article was written by Matt Agorist and originally published at The Free Thought Project. Editor’s Comment: It is as if a terrific catastrophe has been prepared to reset the power structure, only the biggest players in the game have already repositioned their assets and will be largely shield from the direct effects of what […]

Where The Action In Cairo Is Right Now

zerohedge.com / By Tyler Durden / July 3, 2013, 16:36 -0400 While images projected on every media channel show lasers, fireworks, and celebrations, there are tensions rising still. As Al Jazeera reports, police are arresting crews of local TV stations affiliated with the Muslim Brotherhood, and as BBC Arabic notes, there are stores being ransacked in Qena and […]

Didier Sornette: How We Can Predict The Next Financial Crisis

zerohedge.com / By Tyler Durden / July 1, 2013, 20:52 -0400 Three years ago we discussed the details of Didier Sornette’s approach to identifying bubble-like characteristics of price evolutions. In this brief TED talk, the bubble-whisperer combines behavioral finance with risk management with his super-exponential model view of the world that “we have been operating under a […]

This Is What Happens As America Converts Into A Nation Of Renters

zerohedge.com / By Tyler Durden / 05/08/2013 21:11 Wall Street got into the single-family home business about a year ago. The win-win idea is to buy and rent until prices increase enough to make selling profitable. Investors can improve neighborhoods by fixing up vacant or damaged properties and providing lower-cost housing to people who are recovering from […]

The Complete Chartpack Of The Top Global Themes For The Next Five Years

zerohedge.com / By Tyler Durden / April 12, 2013, 17:45 -0400 The investment environment is changing at a rate that’s representative of global economic imbalances, fund flows, and geopolitical risks. We believe this decade will continue to witness greatly increased volatility and instability in the economies of the world and the global financial system. Very few past […]

NFIB: “No Sign Of A Surge In Confidence”

streettalklive.com / By Lance Roberts / Wednesday, March 13, 2013 The latest release of the National Federation of Independent Business Small Business Survey was a bit of dichotomy of interpretation. Econoday stated the following: Optimism is up among small business owners based on a solid 1.9 point gain in the small business optimism index to […]

Financial Instability For (Keynesian) Dummies

Submitted by Tyler Durden on 04/15/2012 22:41 -0400   In a little under eight minutes, a plethora of today’s more outspoken realists, economists, and journalists provide a simple yet clear path through the financial crisis to critically explain how the so-called equilibrium that so many mainstream analysts and economists trusted as fact has been proven […]

Financial Instability For (Keynesian) Dummies

Submitted by Tyler Durden on 04/15/2012 22:41 -0400   In a little under eight minutes, a plethora of today’s more outspoken realists, economists, and journalists provide a simple yet clear path through the financial crisis to critically explain how the so-called equilibrium that so many mainstream analysts and economists trusted as fact has been proven […]