November Economic Collapse: Stock Market Crash! Brutal Financial Crisis With $23 Trillion Debt

November Economic Collapse: Stock Market Crash! Brutal Financial Crisis With $23 Trillion Debt

… panic sounds… The clock is ticking, and financial conditions in the U.S. are about to make a brutal turn for the worse. … five years to go higher it’s now down forty percent 2019 Financial Crisis begins the US stock market’s complete final tops November collapse will be quick rapid and sudden they will

Is Wall Street Missing A Recession Spurred on by Corporate Debt? (w/ David Rosenberg)

Is Wall Street Missing A Recession Spurred on by Corporate Debt? (w/ David Rosenberg)

ED HARRISON: David Rosenberg, it’s a pleasure to talk to you. I’ve heard a lot about you. I’ve watched you over the course of, say, 15 or 20 years. And it’s a great opportunity to get to pick your brain here about investment opportunities. DAVID ROSENBERG: Well, you know they say. There’s lean pickings, so

The Next Financial Crisis will destroy Millenials – You need to act now!

The Next Financial Crisis will destroy Millenials – You need to act now!

The Next Recession Will Destroy Millennials Millennials are already in debt and without savings. After the next downturn, they’ll be in even bigger trouble. The trade war is dragging on. The yield curve is inverting. If you are watching this video then you are probably between 25 and 35 and are starting to notice the

ECONOMIC COLLAPSE 2012 – Obama Is Bankrupting The United States!

ECONOMIC COLLAPSE 2012 – Obama Is Bankrupting The United States!

I’ve been having some interesting discussions here on YouTube with people that just don’t seem to get in economically. Unfortunately, they have no clue that we are heading for economic collapse because of uncontrolled government spending. President Obama is bankrupting our country and driving us towards economic collapse in 2012 or early next year. Apparently,

What is the Gold Standard?

What is the Gold Standard?

Why did the United States leave the gold standard? Basically, because the gold standard constrained the federal government. I get a lot of questions from students about the gold standard. For example, what is it? And why don’t we have one anymore? I will start by explaining what it is. Under a gold standard, the

Does this line predict America’s next recession? | The Economist

Does this line predict America’s next recession? | The Economist

This graph makes a lot of people nervous Why? It appears to predict that America is about to go into recession It’s based on an economic indicator called the yield curve So if you care about the economy, you should probably care about… …what’s going on with the yield curve That’s Alice Fulwood, The Economist’s

BT Daily: America’s National Debt

BT Daily: America’s National Debt

[Darris McNeely] A few days ago we did a daily to talk about the debt in the European Euro crisis and how Germany was interacting with all the countries over there. We used the comparison of a credit card and a debit card to illustrate the strength of the problem over there. We got a

Till Debt Do Us Part | Whack & Epified

Till Debt Do Us Part | Whack & Epified

In the past few weeks, we’ve all read and heard something about the Greek debt crisis. Greece, home of Aristotle and Alexander, has now apparently become a country of empty ATMs. But how did Greece come to be so broke that they had to bring out an Olympic sized begging bowl? This week Whack &

How to prepare for the next global recession | The Economist

How to prepare for the next global recession | The Economist

We focused on this now because it’s been a decade since the global recession of 2008-2009 and some interesting and and worrying vulnerabilities are also popping up at the moment In 2008 and 2009 The dominoes were really set up for quite a nasty financial and economic crisis this time The economic vulnerabilities aren’t quite

US National Debt: A Ticking Time Bomb – @FutureMoneyTren #NationalDebt

US National Debt: A Ticking Time Bomb – @FutureMoneyTren #NationalDebt

11.5 Million Americans have left the work force since 2009, we have fewer Americans working than in the year 2000, despite a population increase of 31 million people. Yet, due to data massaging from the BLS, we have a falling unemployment rate, even as the U.S. is spending more on Welfare than ever before. In