WHAT'S COMING FOR 2014!?

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PostSun Dec 29, 2013 11:58 am » by Evildweeb


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Published on Dec 28, 2013

Wall Street has officially entered crazytown territory. Stocks just keep going higher and higher, and at this point what is happening in the stock market does not bear any resemblance to what is going on in the overall economy whatsoever. So how long can this irrational state of affairs possibly continue? Stocks seem to go up no matter what happens. If there is good news, stocks go up. If there is bad news, stocks go up. If there is no news, stocks go up. The day after Christmas, the Dow was up another 122 points to another new all-time record high. In fact, the Dow has had an astonishing 50 record high closes this year. This reminds me of the kind of euphoria that we witnessed during the peak of the housing bubble. At the time, housing prices just kept going higher and higher and everyone rushed to buy before they were "priced out of the market". But we all know how that ended, and this stock market bubble is headed for a similar ending..

It is almost as if Wall Street has not learned any lessons from the last two major stock market crashes at all. Just look at Twitter. At the current price, Twitter is supposedly worth 40.7 $billion. But Twitter is not profitable. It is a seven-year-old company that has never made a single dollar of profit. Not one single dollar..

In fact, Twitter actually lost 64.6 million dollars last quarter alone. And Twitter is expected to continue losing money for all of 2015 as well..

But Twitter stock is up 82 percent over the last 30 days, and nobody can really give a rational reason for why this is happening..

Overall, the Dow is up more than 25 percent so far this year. Unless something really weird happens over the next few days, it will be the best year for the Dow since 1996..
It has been a wonderful run for Wall Street. Unfortunately, there are a whole host of signs that we have entered very dangerous territory..

The median price-to-earnings ratio on the S&P 500 has reached an all-time record high, and margin debt at the New York Stock Exchange has reached a level that we have never seen before. In other words, stocks are massively overpriced and people have been borrowing huge amounts of money to buy stocks. These are behaviors that we also saw just before the last two stock market bubbles burst..

And of course the most troubling sign is that even as the stock market soars to unprecedented heights, the state of the overall U.S. economy is actually getting worse..

- During the last full week before Christmas, U.S. store visits were 21 percent lower than a year earlier and retail sales were 3.1 percent lower than a year earlier..

- The number of mortgage applications just hit a new 13 year low..

- The yield on 10 year U.S. Treasuries just hit 3 percent..

For many more signs like this, please see my previous article entitled "37 Reasons Why 'The Economic Recovery Of 2013' Is A Giant Lie"..

And most Americans don't realize this, but the U.S. financial system and the overall U.S. economy are now in much weaker condition than they were the last time we had a major financial crash back in 2008. Employment is at a much lower level than it was back then and our banking system is much more vulnerable than it was back then. Just before the last financial crash, the U.S. national debt was sitting at about 10 trillion dollars, but today it has risen to more than 17.2 trillion dollars. The following excerpt from a recent article posted on thedailycrux.com contains even more facts and figures which show how our "balance sheet numbers" continue to get even worse..

Since the fourth quarter of 2009, the U.S. current account deficit has been more than $100 billion per quarter. As a result, foreigners now own $4.2 trillion more U.S. investment assets than we own abroad. That's $1.7 trillion more than when Buffett first warned about this huge problem in 2003. Said another way, the problem is 68% bigger now..

And here's a number no one else will tell you -- not even Buffett. Foreigners now own $25 trillion in U.S. assets. And yet... we continue to consume far more than we produce, and we borrow massively to finance our deficits..

Since 2007, the total government debt in the U.S. (federal, state, and local) has doubled from around $10 trillion to $20 trillion..

Meanwhile, the size of Fannie and Freddie's mortgage book declined slightly since 2007, falling from $4.9 trillion to $4.6 trillion. That's some good news, right?

Nope. The excesses just moved to a new agency. The "other" federal mortgage bank, the Federal Housing Administration, now is originating 20% of all mortgages in the U.S., up from less than 5% in 2007..

Don't be fooled by this irrational stock market bubble. Just because a bunch of half-crazed investors are going into massive amounts of debt in a desperate attempt to make a quick buck does not mean that the overall economy is in good shape..

So what do you think is coming for 2014?


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PostMon Dec 30, 2013 2:38 pm » by Umbrex


I think 2014 will be a good year.

China will continue to dominate the development of "the 3rd world" along with the rest of the BRICS economies, who will cement and strengthen their position as a beacon for change.

The world is finally seeing the evil train lead by the zio/us domination train and tbh, absent of any major false flag, i think especially Putin will stop them in their tracks. The world has had enough and the US sphere of influence is diminishing everywhere.

Socci might become the scene of gruesome retribution from bandar bushs chechen rebels, in which case, im not sure how it will play out.

The demise of the US as we know it is still in the cards, but im not sure 2014 will be the year. The fed are buying their own bonds at 200 billion a month.. Will the derivatives bubble burst? Unfunded liabilities for quadrillions?
I will rejoice when it happens and the world implements a new world currency and monetary system, that hopefully, will be fostered by the BRICS countries rather than the usual suspects. Potato potato, as long as the central banks are run by the rothchilds, it's merely a transition to another kind of system, rather than a new one all together. But at least it will give me satisfaction to see the americans on their asses.
What I'm really interested to see in terms of the chinese and the fall of the US, is how the chinese will be reimbursed/how the debt will be payed off. One reads so much stuff about mineral rights, deep sea ports and massive land areas. Who knows, maybe it will be a good thing having china controlling the US, then maybe there will be jobs for everyone.

But i don't really know what will happen, all i know is I have a good feeling about it all :)

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PostFri Jan 10, 2014 5:42 am » by dudeman351


Umbrex wrote:I think 2014 will be a good year.

China will continue to dominate the development of "the 3rd world" along with the rest of the BRICS economies, who will cement and strengthen their position as a beacon for change.

The world is finally seeing the evil train lead by the zio/us domination train and tbh, absent of any major false flag, i think especially Putin will stop them in their tracks. The world has had enough and the US sphere of influence is diminishing everywhere.

Socci might become the scene of gruesome retribution from bandar bushs chechen rebels, in which case, im not sure how it will play out.

The demise of the US as we know it is still in the cards, but im not sure 2014 will be the year. The fed are buying their own bonds at 200 billion a month.. Will the derivatives bubble burst? Unfunded liabilities for quadrillions?
I will rejoice when it happens and the world implements a new world currency and monetary system, that hopefully, will be fostered by the BRICS countries rather than the usual suspects. Potato potato, as long as the central banks are run by the rothchilds, it's merely a transition to another kind of system, rather than a new one all together. But at least it will give me satisfaction to see the americans on their asses.
What I'm really interested to see in terms of the chinese and the fall of the US, is how the chinese will be reimbursed/how the debt will be payed off. One reads so much stuff about mineral rights, deep sea ports and massive land areas. Who knows, maybe it will be a good thing having china controlling the US, then maybe there will be jobs for everyone.

But i don't really know what will happen, all i know is I have a good feeling about it all :)



Your dream only works if they take our guns. I can see some of the communist states doing it but there are a good many rednecks that would fight to the death before we give up our guns. Bring it and lets get it started :cheers:



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