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Warning: Stocks Will Collapse by 50% in 2014
#1
For those dealing/invested in stocks ... Forewarned is forearmed.

It is only a matter of time before the stock market plunges by 50% or more, according to several reputable experts.
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Billion-dollar investor Warren Buffett is rumored to be preparing for a crash as well. The “Warren Buffett Indicator,” also known as the “Total-Market-Cap to GDP Ratio,” is breaching sell-alert status and a collapse may happen at any moment.


http://www.moneynews.com/MKTNewsIntl/Sto...id/551985/
- article dated 25 April 2014
Progress might have been all right once, but it has gone on too long -- Ogden Nash
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#2
The American stock market is getting considerably overvalued, due to the Federal Reserve increasing the money supply by tens of billions of dollars every month.
Obviously there will be a correction at some point.

Read this:
Warren Buffett's favorite stock market indicator
Never underestimate the power of human stupidity.
- Robert A. Heinlein
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#3
I always had trouble understanding (and then remembering) the "alphabet soup", GDP etc.
Take the case of a recent news of Nigeria revising its GDP and overtaking SA.
http://businessdayonline.com/2013/12/nig...p-to-405bn

I stay away from stock markets and don't even turn on those TV channels anymore.
Once bitten ... :-)

But the one thing that kind of made sense was how the US has made the world buy govt bonds.
One writer here called it the greatest Ponzi scheme.
I read about a infamous detractor of the the way Federal Bank functions. Forget his name. US citizen. His book was first published in the '60s and republished in the '90s or so. It traces the story to the origins of the Federal System in the US.

Article:
http://blogs.timesofindia.indiatimes.com...king-rupee (2013)
http://blogs.timesofindia.indiatimes.com...sam-s-scam (2010)
Progress might have been all right once, but it has gone on too long -- Ogden Nash
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#4
I think the name of the Federal Reserve opponent is Eustace Mullins.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eustace_Mullins#Books
Progress might have been all right once, but it has gone on too long -- Ogden Nash
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#5
Today's stock market is setting up for a huge tumble...

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Thank you...!!!
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#6
At the risk of getting bombarded by politically correct economists, that's what you get for allowing a private corporation to control the printing of currency.
"Did you really think I was the demon? The Demon of Empire City?"
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#7
can't agree more
consistency is the hobdob
of small minds[
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#8
I see a lot of hucksters on the net trying to get people to read their fear based messages about the stock markets.

They are often referred to as "Doom and Gloomers"! Isn't that sweet?

After a market has gone up, up and up some more, it is almost inevitable that it will then take a big drop.

So, I'm not gonna invest a bunch of my money shorting the market and making a fortune. I would tend to guess that people who do that are bound to get a surprise - and not a nice one. Boo Hoo!

However, although I'm not willing to invest a bunch of my money, I'd be happy to invest a bunch of your money. See the difference?

I am in a very strange kind of mood tonight.

Would you like to make a bunch of money? Your best move is to take your money and keep it safe. Listening to a bunch of so-called experts is one of the quickest ways to lose your shirt.
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#9
Wink 
I've seen too many scaremongering economy-crashing gold-investing adverts, and I just don't know which ones are genuine. For instance, this rather cutesy animated one, trying to deliver it's message rather uniquely:

"Did you really think I was the demon? The Demon of Empire City?"
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