Tag Archives: Bonds
Prepare yourself. Buy physical silver and storable food. In an attempt to feed the soaring debt and spending habits of the United States government, the US Treasury is issuing more bonds. But they’ve run into a big problem: no one wants to buy those worthless bonds anymore. Debt is going to be a big problem for the […]
We Just Witnessed The Biggest U.S. Bond Crash In Nearly 2 Years – What Does This Mean For The Stock Market?
via the economic collapse blog Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. U.S. bonds have not fallen like this since Donald Trump’s stunning election victory in November 2016. Could this be a sign that big trouble is on the horizon for the stock market? It seems like […]
This report was originally published by Chris Martenson at PeakProsperity.com Back in January of 2016 we saw what appeared to be, and in my opinion should have been, the end of the Everything Bubble blown by the word’s central banking cartel. The carnage started in the emerging markets. Highly-leveraged positions and carry trades began to unwind. That’s […]
Something is eventually going to have to give. The United State’s debt which has shot up over $21 trillion dollars cannot be sustained by printing money forever, says a financial analyst. According to TeleTradeBel analyst Mikhail Grachev, the US debt, supported by the printing of dollars could be coming to an end. “From 2009 to 2014. […]
After rallying on Friday, stocks tanked on Monday, dropping over 450 points. In fact, it was the worst first day of the second quarter since the Great Depression. Stocks dove Wednesday as well on the heels of China’s announcement that they will intensify the trade war with more tariffs, according to most analysts. But Peter Schiff, […]
Many analysts have predicted an economic crisis is just over the horizon. Could the stock market’s recent plunge be the recession they’ve said is long overdue? The drop amounted to just a 4.6% drop, which doesn’t seem like much; but it’s the biggest decline since August 2011, during the European debt crisis. But it was nowhere close to the […]