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Josh Galt YouTube: MARKETS WON'T GO DOWN
09-03-2014, 04:17 PM (This post was last modified: 09-03-2014 04:19 PM by razzle34dazzle.)
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4:11 MARK

There wont be a crash. All central banks have agreed that if any entity goes belly up in the derivatives market, the other banks will bail out the other no matter what.

FDIC is backstopping all derivatives, so there is no risk.

The market is going higher.

So there is not going to be a crash. Ever

~Stupid silver haha

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09-03-2014, 06:15 PM (This post was last modified: 09-03-2014 06:21 PM by Fiat Facade.)
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Raz, if you truly believe this is a sure thing, sell everything that's not nailed down and plow it into the stock market. You'll be rich beyond your dreams.

During the dot com bubble of 1999 and the housing bubble of 2005 I heard people saying the same thing... "This time, it's different!". Well, it was different for a short period, but the endings were not different.

The market may continue to defy gravity for longer than anyone here expects, but nothing goes on and on forever. In nominal terms the stock market may continue to rise, but don't forget the US dollar is worth less and less and time goes by. What will a dollar be worth at DOW 30,000? A lot less than it is now.

The global derivatives market has been estimated around $1.4 quadrillion dollars. Fiat currencies inevitably fail... they always do. One day the party will come to an abrupt end. When that happens it will be the greatest financial collapse this world has ever seen.

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09-04-2014, 12:39 PM (This post was last modified: 09-04-2014 12:43 PM by razzle34dazzle.)
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(09-03-2014 06:15 PM)Fiat Facade Wrote:  Raz, if you truly believe this is a sure thing, sell everything that's not nailed down and plow it into the stock market. You'll be rich beyond your dreams.

During the dot com bubble of 1999 and the housing bubble of 2005 I heard people saying the same thing... "This time, it's different!". Well, it was different for a short period, but the endings were not different.

The market may continue to defy gravity for longer than anyone here expects, but nothing goes on and on forever. In nominal terms the stock market may continue to rise, but don't forget the US dollar is worth less and less and time goes by. What will a dollar be worth at DOW 30,000? A lot less than it is now.

The global derivatives market has been estimated around $1.4 quadrillion dollars. Fiat currencies inevitably fail... they always do. One day the party will come to an abrupt end. When that happens it will be the greatest financial collapse this world has ever seen.

In Joshs video, or one of them, he explains that the dot bubble crash was really a credit bubble crash. Bear Sterns said "NO" to bailing out the company in 1999 that crashed. Then in 2008, Bear Sterns found itself in the same situation and crashed, and the FED said, "NO, we're not gona bail you out since you said "NO" to bailing out that company back in 1999.

So now all central banks have agreed no matter what, to bail out companies that are tied to deriv's if any fail. The higher the deriv market goes, the higher the stock market goes because they are tied together.

Why would central banks allow the entire system to crash? Then they would loose all power over fiat.

And the 5year chart of DXY is showing that the dollar is getting stronger.

its hard to say where to put your money. Maybe some in silver as a lonngggggggg term investment. In the meantime, putting your money into companies that are on the leading edge of tech and are profitable with good sound management may be a wise position too. And right now, cash is king...... hate to say it

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09-04-2014, 07:43 PM
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(09-04-2014 12:39 PM)razzle34dazzle Wrote:  
(09-03-2014 06:15 PM)Fiat Facade Wrote:  Raz, if you truly believe this is a sure thing, sell everything that's not nailed down and plow it into the stock market. You'll be rich beyond your dreams.

During the dot com bubble of 1999 and the housing bubble of 2005 I heard people saying the same thing... "This time, it's different!". Well, it was different for a short period, but the endings were not different.

The market may continue to defy gravity for longer than anyone here expects, but nothing goes on and on forever. In nominal terms the stock market may continue to rise, but don't forget the US dollar is worth less and less and time goes by. What will a dollar be worth at DOW 30,000? A lot less than it is now.

The global derivatives market has been estimated around $1.4 quadrillion dollars. Fiat currencies inevitably fail... they always do. One day the party will come to an abrupt end. When that happens it will be the greatest financial collapse this world has ever seen.

In Joshs video, or one of them, he explains that the dot bubble crash was really a credit bubble crash. Bear Sterns said "NO" to bailing out the company in 1999 that crashed. Then in 2008, Bear Sterns found itself in the same situation and crashed, and the FED said, "NO, we're not gona bail you out since you said "NO" to bailing out that company back in 1999.

So now all central banks have agreed no matter what, to bail out companies that are tied to deriv's if any fail. The higher the deriv market goes, the higher the stock market goes because they are tied together.

Why would central banks allow the entire system to crash? Then they would loose all power over fiat.

And the 5year chart of DXY is showing that the dollar is getting stronger.

its hard to say where to put your money. Maybe some in silver as a lonngggggggg term investment. In the meantime, putting your money into companies that are on the leading edge of tech and are profitable with good sound management may be a wise position too. And right now, cash is king...... hate to say it

TPTB are not going to allow it... they are going to do everything possible to prevent it (schemes/scams undreamed of) in order to try and save it.

It is a house of cards... when the key card is pulled out, it all comes down. The key card has yet to be pulled.

All past fiat currencies have failed... ALL of them.

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09-05-2014, 01:52 PM
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(09-04-2014 07:43 PM)Fiat Facade Wrote:  
(09-04-2014 12:39 PM)razzle34dazzle Wrote:  
(09-03-2014 06:15 PM)Fiat Facade Wrote:  Raz, if you truly believe this is a sure thing, sell everything that's not nailed down and plow it into the stock market. You'll be rich beyond your dreams.

During the dot com bubble of 1999 and the housing bubble of 2005 I heard people saying the same thing... "This time, it's different!". Well, it was different for a short period, but the endings were not different.

The market may continue to defy gravity for longer than anyone here expects, but nothing goes on and on forever. In nominal terms the stock market may continue to rise, but don't forget the US dollar is worth less and less and time goes by. What will a dollar be worth at DOW 30,000? A lot less than it is now.

The global derivatives market has been estimated around $1.4 quadrillion dollars. Fiat currencies inevitably fail... they always do. One day the party will come to an abrupt end. When that happens it will be the greatest financial collapse this world has ever seen.

In Joshs video, or one of them, he explains that the dot bubble crash was really a credit bubble crash. Bear Sterns said "NO" to bailing out the company in 1999 that crashed. Then in 2008, Bear Sterns found itself in the same situation and crashed, and the FED said, "NO, we're not gona bail you out since you said "NO" to bailing out that company back in 1999.

So now all central banks have agreed no matter what, to bail out companies that are tied to deriv's if any fail. The higher the deriv market goes, the higher the stock market goes because they are tied together.

Why would central banks allow the entire system to crash? Then they would loose all power over fiat.

And the 5year chart of DXY is showing that the dollar is getting stronger.

its hard to say where to put your money. Maybe some in silver as a lonngggggggg term investment. In the meantime, putting your money into companies that are on the leading edge of tech and are profitable with good sound management may be a wise position too. And right now, cash is king...... hate to say it

TPTB are not going to allow it... they are going to do everything possible to prevent it (schemes/scams undreamed of) in order to try and save it.

It is a house of cards... when the key card is pulled out, it all comes down. The key card has yet to be pulled.

All past fiat currencies have failed... ALL of them.

All past fiat currencies have failed... ALL of them.

TRUE

But theres one thing that has survived centuries.....its outlived every currency and fiat....... its slavery. Slavery has outlived all of man's attempts at creating currency and other fiats.

And TPTB have figured that out, and they backed the current world's reserve currency with slavery..... only the switched the name to "debt".

Since slavery has outlived all other fiats, and the current fiat is back by slavery (debt)..... this house of cards may never fall.

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09-05-2014, 03:00 PM (This post was last modified: 09-05-2014 03:02 PM by Fiat Facade.)
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(09-05-2014 01:52 PM)razzle34dazzle Wrote:  All past fiat currencies have failed... ALL of them.

TRUE

But theres one thing that has survived centuries.....its outlived every currency and fiat....... its slavery. Slavery has outlived all of man's attempts at creating currency and other fiats.

And TPTB have figured that out, and they backed the current world's reserve currency with slavery..... only the switched the name to "debt".

Since slavery has outlived all other fiats, and the current fiat is back by slavery (debt)..... this house of cards may never fall.

No disagreement from me on those points.

There are times where human beings have lived through a period without fiat (and the rule of law). That time is rapidly approaching. Depending on the severity of the collapse, it may be brief, or last for years and years. That is what everyone here needs to be prepared for.

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