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James Corbett joins SD to take a look back at 2016.
Brexit, Trump, and the Failed Italian Referendum Point to One Thing: A Worldwide BACKLASH Against Elite Rule.

But are there going to be any fundamental changes to the power structure? 

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trainExpert Analyst David Morgan Joins Us To Break Down the 2017 Economic Outlook.
Trump May Have a Real Intention to Help the Economy, But in the End, It Doesn’t Matter:

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GATA Chairman Bill Murphy Believes the Event You’ve Been Waiting Years to Witness Just May Occur in 2017…

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down-fall-collapseResource depletion, pollution, and debt expansion are choking the economy.  Singapore-based financial analyst Morten Strange joins Silver Doctors to discuss why the economy cannot grow forever, and how to prepare for what’s coming:

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Jeff Berwick Joins Silver Doctors With a Word of Warning:
A Trump Presidency Will Bring With it an Economic Crisis and Collapse of the U.S. Dollar, Berwick says…

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collapse-panic-crashThe market is in the biggest bubble yet.
Phillip Kennedy from Kennedy Financial joins Silver Doctors to sound the alarm: the 2008 crash was just the warm-up for what is to come…

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The current bubbles in financial assets — in equities and bonds of all grades and quality — raging in every major market across the globe are no accident.   They are a deliberate creation. The intentional results of policy.
Therefore, when they burst, we shouldn’t regard the resulting damage as some freak act of nature or other such outcome outside of our control. To reiterate, the carnage will be the very predictable result of some terribly shortsighted decision-making and defective logic.
Blame can and should be laid where it belongs: with the central banks.

BubbleThe similarities between 2007 and 2014 continue to pile up.  As you are about to see, U.S. home sales fell dramatically throughout 2007 even as the mainstream media, our politicians and Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke promised us that everything was going to be just fine and that we definitely were not going to experience a recession.  Of course we remember precisely what followed.  It was the worst economic crisis since the days of the Great Depression.  And you know what they say – if we do not learn from history we are doomed to repeat it.  Just like seven years ago, the stock market has soared to all-time high after all-time high.  Just like seven years ago, the authorities are telling us that there is nothing to worry about.
Unfortunately, just like seven years ago, a housing bubble is imploding and another great economic crisis is rapidly approaching.