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Banks Are Evil

It’s long past time we be brutally honest about the banks. Their influence and reach has metastasized to the point where we now live under a captive system.

From our retirement accounts, to our homes, to the laws we live under — the banks control it all.

And they run the system for their benefit, not ours.

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When This All Blows Up…

This report marks the end of a series of three big trains of thought. The first explained how we’re living through the Mother Of All Financial Bubbles. The next detailed the Great Wealth Transfer that is now underway, siphoning our wealth into the pockets of an elite few.

This concluding report predicts how these deleterious and unsustainable trends will inevitably ‘resolve’ (which is a pleasant way of saying ‘blow up’.)

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The Great Wealth Transfer

The Federal Reserve and other central bankers have become the standard bearers of a system that can best be described as a reverse Robin Hood scheme, one that takes from the poor and gives to the Rich. It’s just that in this tale, the ‘poor’ means everybody not in the top 1%.

You need to understand this wealth transfer process — how it works, who’s perpetrating it, and what dangers to watch for. If not, you’ll be a victim of it. And you’ll probably live in confusion and shock by how hard just ‘getting by’ becomes going forward.

So what’s at risk here is an inflection point where the world realizes it’s holding a lot of paper, but little of substance. At that moment, the value of nearly every financial asset — stocks, bonds, mortgages, derivatives — even and especially our own currency — will be sharply, painfully reduced.

Realizing that you’re being specifically targeted by a system determined to separate you from your wealth is the essential first step towards figuring out how to evade the predators and protect yourself.

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It’s Bubble Time: Wisdom & discipline will separate winners from victims

We are now living under the biggest financial asset bubble in history.

Make no mistake, though; when this bubble bursts, it is going to be unimaginably destructive. So it’s critically important at this time to be able to recognize the risks and position yourself and your wealth accordingly.

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The Mother Of All Financial Bubbles

We are now living under the biggest financial asset bubble in history.

Yet, those in power responsible for creating it are doing their utmost to downplay the risks and soothe the masses with a false “Everything is fine” narrative.

Make no mistake, though; when this bubble bursts, it is going to be unimaginably destructive.

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A Murderous Complacency


Running requires me to read and process a lot of data on a daily basis. As it’s hard to digest it all in real-time, I keep a running list of charts, tables and articles that catch my attention, to return to when I have the time to give them my full attention.

Lately, that list has been getting quite long. And it’s largely full of indicators that concern me, signals that the long era of “extend and pretend” in today’s markets may finally be at its terminus.

Like crows circling overhead, everyday brings with it new worrisome statistics that portend an ill change ahead. Indeed, these signs are increasing so quickly now that it’s hard not to feel like Tippi Hedren in Hitchcock’s classic The Birds.

So what are the data that make me think these crows will soon be feasting on the carcass of the great bull market that has powered stock, bonds, real estate and most other asset classes to record highs since 2009?

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Why The U.S. Dollar And Bitcoin Have Risen So Much


What do the fundamentals suggest about the valuation uptrends in the USD and bitcoin?

Have they topped out and are due for a crash, or have they just started their appreciation cycle?

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Money Under Fire: The great wealth transfer underway


GDP growth is very unlikely to support the rate of credit expansion that the Federal Reserve wants (or, more accurately, needs). And what will happen if it indeed doesn’t? A lot of painful, awful things but central among them is a currency crisis.

Amidst the ensuing unpleasantness will be an awakening within today’s hyper-financialized markets to the huge imbalance now existing between paper claims and ownership of real things. A massive wealth transfer from those with ‘paper wealth’ (stocks, bonds, dollars) to those owning tangible assets (the productive value of which can’t easily be inflated away) will occur and quickly, too.

Suggesting the key objective for today’s investor is answering: How do I make sure I’m on the right side of that wealth transfer?

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The Weighted Average Cost Of Capital


The ‘bond vigilantes’ may have just returned…

Recent increases in Treasury yields are mathematically going to create a cascade of falling prices among bonds, stock, real estate and any asset with an income stream.

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The Power Struggle Unfolding Before Our Eyes


The masses have (finally!) reached the point where the pain of maintaining the status quo now exceeds that of breaking it. A People’s Coup has been set in motion, of which the election of Trump is just an early example of the unexpected and jarring surprises that lie ahead.

What will this coup look like? Will it succeed?

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The View From Under The Bus: A visualization of the extreme plight of the saver


Through borrowing way too much, bailing out rather than prosecuting bad actors, printing trillions of “thin air” dollars, a deliberate pursuit of financial repression and other schemes — the future prosperity of the “everyday American” has been stolen by those in power and those positioned closest to the trough. Mathematically, this orgy of excess needs to be balanced by severe austerity; an austerity the elites refuse to suffer but are forcing onto everybody else. No wonder the masses are pissed.

Few visuals drive this injustice home better than one of historical bank CD interest rates, which have been in steady collapse since the mid-1980s.

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We’re Being Played: Our emotions are manipulated by persuasion & propaganda


The public has been manipulated in traumatic fashion throughout the US presidential campaign and we’re now dealing with the emotional and social repercussions. People were sold fear and loathing, and now it is ruining friendships, making people miserable, and driving the country apart.

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