...we are living in a weird inverse economic reality where cause does not follow effect and nothing does make rational sense. It's a magical world created by the wizards of Wall Street, and, to the extent that we participate in their system by using their monopoly money and investing in their rigged markets, they will continue bending those markets to their will...
Fair value is not a fail safe, doesn’t always tell you where things are going to open, and becomes useless just minutes into the day.
The old adage on Wall Street is that the market climbs the steps going up, but takes the elevator down. It certainly does.
Will this actually help prevent another flash crash? Will the database do what it's supposed to do?
Every time this market has gone a bit sour over the past 6 years, they’ve found a way to goose it higher.
But now it’s stirring again. While it is still trapped below 1300, what we do see is the gold miners have really perked up.
They’re buying it for a reason and the reason isn’t to lose money. It’s stability, it’s diversified reserves, it’s a way to “back” their currency.
This is the plain truth of the matter: The bankers love whatever ideas, systems, beliefs and revolutionary movements will allow them to have more power over the lives of others.
The globalists have done an amazing job of conning untold, umpteen millions of people into thinking things are “okay.” They are not. And that’s what makes things so very dangerous.
Is simply stopping rate hikes and stopping liquidity draining, going to be enough to avert the recession? OR… is it already baked in the cake, and hike or no hike, we’re getting a recession this year?
Just about everything you see any more is nothing but lies. I’ve been exposing them for 25 years. I’m tired of them. You should be too.
We are NOT fine folks. They’re white washing everything, trying their best to keep the imminent implosion from happening. Things aren’t fine when everyone’s screaming that we need lower interest rates and they’re at 2% now.
The future is an uncertain place, however one thing is absolutely certain. The current economic system can’t function as it is, for a lot longer.
We know that the world is slowing. We know that everything from the ISM’s, to PMI’s , to large truck sales, to rail shipping to you name it, is fading.
One important lesson investors can learn from the market action over the past decade is that the government plays a very important role.