Truth that cannot be manipulated nor hidden
Tidal Debt Wave:
The world has got itself into an incredible magnitude of debt. Debt that is growing every day, it seems, like a tidal wave that is about to crash down at any moment. It’s touching all lives, whether active or inactive in the debt market. One of the worst depressions in history is about to happen; the value of your home, and all real estate could decline by at least 30%. The world’s governing elites have been carefully monitoring this event. The heads at the top of major central banks and financial institutions such as, the IMF, Fed. ECB, BOJ, TBFT banks, Treasuries, World Bank, etc. are implicated.
These elites “in-the-know”, the banksters and officials fear this development more than hyperinflation or even civil unrest, because it’s the one – self inflicted – factor that threatens their power more than anything else.
The single most important economic force in the world has changed direction; the currency market being the largest market on Earth. For example, every day, 24 hours a day, an average of $ 80 billion stocks change ownership. But the currency market is much larger. Without a doubt it is the largest market on the planet. Four trillion dollars’ worth of trade changes hands every single day. Each day, there is 500 times more money traded in the currency market than on the US stock exchange market, while most people have never heard of it.
Most people don’t realise this, but the daily trading in this huge market of currencies affects every aspect of people’s financial life, from their homes and cars, to the coffee and milk they drink every day. Of course also all investments, stocks, bonds, options, precious metals, etc.
Huge interconnected power:
The Reagan Recession from 1981 to ‘82, had nothing to do with the Soviets. It had nothing to do with energy prices. Rather, it happened because the currency market “fell” by about 50%.
Once the huge and interconnected power of the currency market is understood, for example; it is clear why the price of gold went from $850 to less than $300 from 1980 to 1985. In addition to this, when the dotcom boom went “bust” in 2000, followed by a recession experienced a year later, most people – even the financial journalists – said “excessive speculation on the stock market” was the cause of it. But that’s not the case. The tech market came crashing down because the currency markets fell by 50%.
Why does the currency market have such a big impact on everything in the financial world? Over the past 30 years, there have been two major episodes when the currency market increased in value: From 1985 to 1993, and from 2002 to 2008. There have also been two major trends when the currency market dropped in value, from 1978 to 1985, and from 1993 to 2002.
Simply put: When these trend-changes take place, it’s like a huge tectonic shift under the markets. Everything behaves differently. When the currency market rises in value, an economic boom usually accompanies it. There’s a feeling of prosperity, as seen from 2002 to 2008.
Commodity prices soared. That’s the main reason why the stock markets soared. People had more money, and a lot of this money flowed into the stock market. This cheap money fuelled a massive bubble, which popped in the crash of ’08. That’s because this isn’t “real money,” in a sense. It is borrowed money. And people tend to speculate more when they have extra money and see markets rise.
When the currency market changes its trend and starts falling again, the economic boom ends. Countries go broke. Corporations default. So banks and governments stop lending money. Commodity prices plummet as a result.
From 1980 to 1986, the currency market fell nearly 50% in value. It was disastrous for the economy. In 1982, business bankruptcies rose by 50%. Not only did banks stop lending, but over 1,000 banks went bankrupt. In short, when the currency market falls, money lending gets tight, and the economy contracts.
Changes in direction:
The currency market is like an oil tanker: it takes a while to turn around and change directions. That’s because it is a huge market – in fact the largest in the world. And it’s not subject to the “emotional swings” that smaller markets – like stocks – experience. But once it does change direction, it picks up steam – and there’s no stopping it.
Around 2014/15 the currency market experienced a historical shift. It is falling in a big way, in a major way. And all the historical data tells the story that this new trend will continue for many more years.
This new shift is a very big deal and it’s going to affect the price of every single stock, commodity, and bond around the world. It’s going to affect the prices of homes and even toys, cars, electricity bills, etc.
What the world is experiencing now is the biggest shift, the most important trend-change in history. The recent shift in the currency market has put into motion a major trend in all of the other markets, and that is going to affect the world economy in a devastating way.
For most people, those that are getting their information from the mainstream financial media, it’s not going to be pretty as many analysts look at smaller markets to make predictions that have been wrong so far. What is coming however, is quite possibly the worst Depression in world history. The early warning signs are all around us.
Today, the credit markets are drying up – just as they did in 1837, 1893 and during nearly every other major depression. Corporations are defaulting on loans faster than at any other time since the recession of 2008. During the first 6 months of 2015, 52 companies defaulted in the US. That’s a default rate of double the year before.
Meanwhile, subprime auto loan borrowers – much like the risky mortgage borrowers from 2006 and 2007 – are defaulting at the highest rate since ’08. Banks are even taking away credit from prime and super-prime consumers. These are borrowers with the best credit scores.
Inventories are piling up:
Consumers are buying less. And inventories are piling up in warehouses. The main reason for this: People are hoarding whatever money they have.
Money velocity measures how fast money units are spreading throughout the economy. The lower the velocity, the less people are spending money. Money velocity is now at its lowest level in 60 years. Money is not changing hands. Governments have pumped trillions into the economy, but banks aren’t lending it out because individuals and businesses are hoarding the money they have.
The bottom line is, as the currency market continues to crash, the economy will continue to contract. Also the consumers and investors are losing confidence. It’s a disastrous spiral – which has all people sucked into it.
Remember how bad the last stock market crash was. What’s coming will be ten-times worse, because the currency market wasn’t driving the crash of 2008.
The power elites no longer have the power to postpone this crisis:
They essentially can “print” money. And they can raise and lower interest rates. They’ve used these tools over and over again in the past to “prop up” the economy, and to stave off depression. These measures have worked up to this point. But the Central Banksters’ “tools” no longer have power. The situation that’s unfolding this time is different to anything they’ve ever faced.
Without money velocity, there is no way to manipulate events. The banksters have pumped tens of trillions into the banking system worldwide. But this money is not circulating through the economy. In other words, their main “tool” to manipulate the economy is no longer working.
Their next “tool” is fiddling with interest rates. When the banksters cut rates, they’re trying to give a boost to the economy, but as explained in Euro-exit, they destroy whatever is left of the economy. Lower rates make it easier for the rich 1% elites to borrow and spend money, but the ordinary citizen isn’t creditworthy, and is becoming poorer by the day.
No power to alter this trend:
In short neither governments nor central banksters have the power to alter this trend, eventually leading to the collapse of the world’s economy and the financial system.
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