Geopolitical and financial analyst Warren Pollock says Trump is not going to be able to make America great again. What he’s going to be able to do, if he gets his act together, is to start to take down some of this criminality at a very high level:
What would it look like if the central banks and the elite lost control of the markets and interest rates and the derivative market?
Former White House Budget Director David Stockman is sounding the alarm: “The main thing is get out of the markets. These markets are unstable. They’re rigged, and there is no reason to own stock at this point of the game…The Fed has finally run out of dry powder. They are out of the bond buying business. They are even talking about the initiation of the shrinkage of their balance sheet. The central banks are finally getting to the end of the road. There isn’t going to be any more money printing, and that is going to leave a giant mess on the doorstep of all the fiscal authorities. It’s going to make the bond market a particularly dangerous place. There is a $100 trillion global bond market, and this is the biggest bond bubble the world has ever seen. Get out of the stock market. Get out of the bond market and buy some gold.”
Financial Analyst Craig Hemke says the system is being propped up and is very weak dispite the record stock markets prices. Hemke contends, “These markets are quite literally held together by . . . electronic bailing wire and digital chewing gum… Record amount of people not in the labor force, the miniscule amount of growth, but yet the stock market is 21,000? When we talk about geopolitical risk when the system is already simply held together in a binary fashion of ones and zeros, the whole thing can be brought down pretty quick…”
Bill Holter Joins Greg Hunter and Explains This is Why Gold and Silver Prices are Guaranteed to Go Much, Much Higher:
Analyst/trader Gregory Mannarino warns, “The Federal Reserve has re-inflated a housing bubble. The Fed has deliberately created bubbles to save themselves.
We really could be on the edge of a major event that would force people into the debt market. There could be huge amounts of cash coming out of the stock market because of all this fear. There could be massive amounts of cash going into suppressed assets like gold and silver. Housing could come under pressure. We could be staring at the next real Great Depression.”
“You have to understand what makes war even take place. It does not unfold when everybody is fat and happy…”
Is THIS Why Clif High’s Webbot is Picking Up “Gold Fever“?
Financial expert James Rickards is adamant that a financial shutdown and calamity is “Coming Sooner Than Later…”
Economist John Williams says Trump must address the “Long term solvency of the United States…
If the system is not brought under control, the rest of the world is going to dump the dollar…
Trump is the last chance to correct it…”
Michael Pento warns the collapse has started and will get worse quickly.
“When the European Central Bank (ECB) announces they are going to take the $60 billion a month of easing and take it to zero, you are going to see a bond market revolt. The free market, whatever is left of it, is going to aggressively start shorting bonds. You will see yields spike in Europe, which is going to drag up bond yields across the globe. That’s when this thing will all unravel and unravel very, very quickly.” “The stock market is a bubble. It’s going to fall at least 50% for starters and before Janet Yellen gets to helicopter money. You better be ready.”
The Party Is Over…
Mexican billionaire and silver advocate Hugo Salinas Price contends, “Apocalypse is Upon Us”.
“All Hell Is Going To Break Loose…”
Markets are not even remotely prepared for this… Trump doesn’t realize that this problem he is inheriting is a thousand times greater than anything he ever imagined… this is a monster.
Top Trends researcher Gerald Celente says that Trump is inheriting a U.S. and global economy that is bullish for gold prices. Celente explains,
“Our forecast for gold, and let’s say the price is $1,240 per ounce, the downside is another $100 to $150 per ounce…
Here’s our forecast on the upside: Gold has to break above $1,400 per ounce and solidify over that price, somewhere in the $1,440 to 1,480 range. Once it solidifies in that range, we are saying it’s going to spike to over $2,000 per ounce…“
How does Donald Trump win against the evil trying to stop his Administration?
Financial expert Catherine Austin Fitts contends, “Trump wins by staying focused on the real issues…”
“The Fed, I think, is willing to sacrifice the dollar to keep propping up the bond market. Even if we launch QE4, it may not have the effect on the bond market that prior round of quantitative easing had. They may lose control of the long end of the bond market… I think the dollar is going to tank... In order for the Fed to keep the air from coming out of this bubble (in bonds), they will have to sacrifice the dollar.”
Where does that leave hard assets like gold?
Internet research expert Clif High says his most recent research, which he calls “predictive linguistics,” points to a dollar crash and a bond market crash this year.
“We have seen for years it would be coming out of Europe before it hits the U.S. It’s all going to spring from the Italian banks…”
Is the King of Bankruptcy About to INTENTIONALLY Crash the US System…and Rebuild From the Ashes!?!
Why is the Clinton charity shutting down NOW?
Financial analyst Charles Ortel, who has analyzed the Clinton Global Initiative charity for more than two years, warns the Clintons, “Unfortunately, they are going to learn the hard way the way charity laws actually work. You can’t simply shut something down and not answer any questions…“
Steve Quayle Joins Greg Hunter and Provides An Interview You Won’t Find Elsewhere.
“The history of the world is not what it is. It is what the powers that be pretend it to be…”
“How on earth are we going to resolve $120 trillion on balance sheet and off balance sheet liabilities before we consider state and local debt and underfunded pensions? My suspicion is we get out of this in one of two kinds of defaults.
I think we will have a series of unofficial defaults where we devalue the net present value of the obligations, which is a different way of saying we devalue the currency, gradually like we did in the 1970’s. I think that will have the same impact on gold and silver prices…”