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The Bull Market in Stocks May Have Ended Already

With the Fed now running out of ammo, we MAY no longer be in a bull market. Instead, we MAY be entering a bear market. If so, you can forget about a recovery in four months. Instead, it may take four years… or 40 years… to reclaim the bull market high set this past May. Corrections in a bull market are one thing. Bear markets are something very different.

The Worldwide Credit Boom Is Over, Now Comes A Tidal Wave Of Global Deflation

The world’s central bank cartel has ensured that there will be thousands of such filings in the years ahead because since the mid-1990s, central banks have engulfed the global economy in an unsustainable credit boom, while utterly disabling & falsifying the financial system that is supposed to price assets honestly, allocate capital efficiently & keep risk & greed in check.

Economic Stagnation and the Global Bubble

Despite massive policy stimulus in the United States since the late 2007 peak, the US economy is now growing far more slowly than in past periods of monetary inaction from the central bank. The Fed has thus become little more than a serial bubble machine. Meanwhile, fragile economic bubbles are being inflated from China to Europe.

The Debt To GDP Ratio For The Entire World: 286%

Seven years after the bursting of a global credit bubble resulted in the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression, debt continues to grow. In fact, rather than reducing indebtedness, or deleveraging, all major economies today have higher levels of borrowing relative to GDP than they did in 2007.

Repeat After Me: The US Dollar Is Not Real Money

The dollar is not real money. It represents no real work, savings or wealth. Civil servants can create it at will. As much as they see fit. And what about the saver? He must think himself a fool. For all his self-discipline…his forbearance…his willingness to forgo immediate satisfaction in return for greater returns later…what does he get? NOTHING.

Why the Federal Reserve Will Launch Another Round of QE

Equity investors drove stock markets higher each time a new round of QE was announced. QE reflated US economy by pushing up asset prices. Odds are quite high that it will begin to deflate again when QE ends in Oct. Should that occur, would the Fed then launch yet another round of QE or fall back to severe recession & deflation?

Is This What a Credit Bubble Looks Like?

There’s been some buzz recently about a pick-up in business lending. Unlike some pundits, though, we’re not convinced that a surge in business credit is such a good thing. Corporations are already borrowing at a pace that’s only before been seen near cyclical peaks, especially as this pace never lasts long.

The Global Economic Crisis Is Starting To Catch Fire

After a brief period of relative calm, we are beginning to see signs of Global Economic Crisis & financial instability that are unlike anything that we have witnessed since the financial crisis of 2008 – Just open up your eyes and look around.

How Dangerous Is The Credit Bubble In China For The World?

On any list of banking accidents waiting to happen, China is assured a place at the very top. But could a crash there take the entire global economy down with it? There’s no doubt that there are going to be massive problems in China. What’s more, China could trigger a huge global meltdown.

The $23 Trillion Credit Bubble In China Is Starting To Collapse

The bubble of private debt that we have seen inflate in China since the Lehman crisis is unlike anything that the world has ever seen. Never before has so much private debt been accumulated in such a short period of time. And yet China’s money supply and credit are still expanding.

China Peer-To-Peer Lending Bubble Bursts - 90% Companies May Default

According to research by Celent consultancy, the P2P lending market in China grew from $30m in 2009 to $940m in 2012 and is on track to reach $7.8bn by 2015 – Here’s the problem: it won’t. Dozens of the P2P lending websites went bankrupt and have shut as borrowers default on loans.

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