ECM-1970-2084There are times when government can no longer stand and the only thing that survives is private assets. This took place during the collapse of the Weimar Republic (German Hyperinflation) and it has been the case throughout history even at the birth of the USA and the collapse of the Continental Currency.
The key remains when there is a great alignment, which we are headed into.
That warns the big Crash & Burn lies in government not private for this one.

 

From Martin Armstrong:

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QUESTION: Hi Mr. Armstrong,
You mentioned the crash and burn applies to government assets, not private sector assets. Can the private sector stand on it’s own two feet?
Thanks again,
MB

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ANSWER: There are times when the private sector cannot stand and everyone runs to bonds/cash. Likewise, there are times when government can no longer stand and the only thing that survives is private assets. This took place during the collapse of the Weimar Republic (German Hyperinflation) and it has been the case throughout history even at the birth of the USA and the collapse of the Continental Currency.

Sectors Capital Movement

Whenever something happens in one sector, people turn to the next one. Capital will move from region to region and within each region there is still a domestic cycle. The 1987 Crash send capital fleeing from the USA to Japan. Then there was the Japanese Bubble 1989 and capital fled to South East Asia. That then peaked and capital began to rush to Europe for the birth of the Euro. That then peaked and it began to flow back to the USA.

People get burned on real estate, they then move to stocks. The get burned in stocks, then run to bonds/cash. Then they run to commodities. The key remains when there is a great alignment, which we are headed into. That warns the big Crash & Burn lies in government not private for this one.

    • Marty says:

      “Sovereign debt crisis dead ahead at 2015.75”

      To those paying attention, good thing you didn’t miss it.  Martin seems to be correct ya know.

      The only thing more insane than Martin Armstrong’s predictions are the people that believe them.

       

    • More disingenuity from Armstrong, who I suspect got early release in exchange for becoming a seeping sewer of disinfo.

      The crash will be public not private. As though, despite our wishes, there was a demarcation between public and private. Tax makes private income into govt revenue, property tax makes private property public, QE makes private currency into publically debased government revenue. Capital gains taxes on precious metals makes private bullion into a public asset. Please Mr Armstrong, what are these ”private assets” that stand so mighty and resolutely against the coming cataclasym.

  1. That chart looks like we have another 16 years before we have to worry about it, or am I misreading it? I can’t imagine we go that long without something major occurring. Seems like we are on the cusp of something big right now. Any Armstrong groupies out there with a better interpretation? Now that I’m thinking about it, didn’t he say this year would be a big year for that type stuff? I forget who is predicting what at this point.

    • That’s sure what it looks like to me, approx 15 years based on the eCONomics CONfidence model picture provided until total meltdown deflation. But that could just be a pretty picture shown….

  2. Crash will happen when Israel and House of Saud, aka Khazarian Mafia, decide.  They already attacked US on 9/11 and Americans did absolutely nothing. Obviously they can collapse the petrodollar/eurodollar and establish Israel as world power.  In face eurodollar market already insolvent!

    So happy Russia has some measures in place

  3. Likewise, there are times when government can no longer stand and the only thing that survives is private assets. This took place during the collapse of the Weimar Republic (German Hyperinflation) and it has been the case throughout history even at the birth of the USA and the collapse of the Continental Currency.”

    Note that in both of these scenarios, the governments involved were small and weak. What happens when the government involved is large and powerful?  Something tells me that they will not simply go quietly into the night and disappear.  Like any great wounded beast, it will be enraged when its existence is threatened and it will grab everything that it can in order to survive.  It will be perfectly willing to do anything and everything in order to survive, including raid the wealth of the private sector.  “After all, it’s in the public’s best interest, ya know?” will be their mantra.  If that trashes the private sector, oh well and too bad so sad for them.

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