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Investments, gold, currencies, surviving after a financial meltdown
aeden
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Your correct H
And they banned the guy smarter than all the youtube pricks censors put together we noted.
The rna facts are simple enough.
https://www.zerohedge.com/health/youtub ... -lockdowns

https://altcensored.com/search?q=wittkowski

We need to paste the Rabbi on what these things actually are. Nope he gas more of a backbone than more can shake a stick at.
Massachusetts Contact Tracing Program Handed to Clinton-Linked NGO with Questionable Past

I will not, since he calls a spade a spade and knows what we are up against. Maniacs.

George Soros’ Open Society and the Clinton Foundation.
Those ties go back decades and include U.S. intelligence assets and regime-change operations in Haiti including Operation Uphold Democracy.

Thank you Rabbi.

Stasi

controlled demolition is the willingness of our compromised political class

Higgenbotham
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Higgenbotham wrote:
Fri May 22, 2020 8:21 pm
As far as what the market will do, I don't know, but will continue to execute my strategy as I've been doing. The short term fluctuations are mainly what I find to be highly predictable in the market, but not always, as the above post shows.

Overall, it's strange to think that the market is slightly higher than it was at the May 2019 top. That was a time when the economy was at full capacity and hopes were soaring for a full China trade deal which never materialized. I have to think the market is grossly overpriced, but the when has eluded me. There are those who point to the fact that the April 29 high in the Dow Industrials is holding.
This weekend I decided to make a change. I will hold the 7 lots short and not trade at all until the market reverses.
While the periphery breaks down rather slowly at first, the capital cities of the hegemon should collapse suddenly and violently.

aeden
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controlled piggyback demolition H
flatten the curve was just never let it go to waste
the next lock down will crush the serfs into total submission
raise cash to survive

https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/ ... den-agenda
piggybacked all sources in - even the children know this
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k1aEY5hKxok

it is not a steering committee - they lie to you every day

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This video has lots of points that sure make it look like the market will have to crash. One of the most interesting is at 4:10 mark:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AUbcvrO8ZM8

which talks about this graph:
https://twitter.com/BittelJulien/status ... 4237831169

Basically the Shiller PE and the inverse of the Misery Index track each other and the Misery Index has had a huge move that the PE has yet to make.

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aeden
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August come up for air as 14.3 trillion in household debt when checked.
The flying monkeys from media are still worshiped.
https://www.bls.gov/news.release/empsit.t15.htm
The market is like a woman who said you can get my pants down but you canot %^&* me.
Private loan forbearance's will spike and are as such. Mortgages will collapse as 841 billion is in forbearance now.
She is going to walk home bow legged soon.

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vincecate wrote:
Sun May 24, 2020 2:35 pm
This video has lots of points that sure make it look like the market will have to crash. One of the most interesting is at 4:10 mark:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AUbcvrO8ZM8

which talks about this graph:
https://twitter.com/BittelJulien/status ... 4237831169

Basically the Shiller PE and the inverse of the Misery Index track each other and the Misery Index has had a huge move that the PE has yet to make.
Yes. Thank you for sharing this. I also believe there must be a crash and a bear market taking the PE ratio to below 10, perhaps as low as 5. The question is the timing. If the market moves sideways as a result of positive views on coronavirus then it may only happen July. A big negative could cause it this week. Looking at history I don't think the bottom will be reached before end 2022. But that's very earlý speculation!

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aeden wrote:
Sat May 23, 2020 8:40 pm
controlled piggyback demolition H
I've seen this meme in a few places on the doomer sites and I don't think it is a controlled demolition plan.

I've written many times that the elites are in fact not very smart, but I believe they are smarter than that. If they can, the elites will run the economy as hot as they possibly can for as long as they possibly can, then let it completely collapse, as they were already doing before the pandemic hit. The reason this works is the elites overall need as many slaves as possible working for them to achieve maximum wealth accumulation and benefit for themselves. Destroying 20% of the economy and sidelining those slaves does them no benefit, short term or long term. Not long term because once the system runs its course, they need to kill as many as possible as fast as possible and the best way to do that is to run it as hot as they possibly can, then let it completely collapse. Of course, the elites are not monolithic and as the endpoint is reached there may and probably will be divisions in order to maximize the distribution of slaves to whatever faction of elites they represent.

I think there could be an argument made that if they can destroy small business and transfer the slaves from small business to their control there may be some long term benefit, but I'm not sure. I think they can better do that using the techniques that were already being used before the pandemic hit.
While the periphery breaks down rather slowly at first, the capital cities of the hegemon should collapse suddenly and violently.

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