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Category: Forecasting

Apr
1
Mac Slavo

“The nature of a ‘black swan’ is that it’s an asynchronous event that you don’t see…I needed to make myself…anti-fragile,” said Rick Rule an investor.  He says he was prepared for 2008 and for this “everything bubble” bursting in 2020. But he also wants us to look at the real problem: the government’s addiction to power. 

Apr
1
Tom Beck

The markets are pricing in a SWIFT resolution to COVID-19, an immediate cure and a quick return to normal since stocks have been ON FIRE since last week. I’ve gone through the entire apparatus of potential drugs to cure patients and there are CURRENTLY 35 different ones being considered, with some of them already being administered, but the UPWARD movement in stocks is deceiving since the volume traded is ODDLY THIN.

Mar
31
Michael Snyder

If the U.S. economy remains in shutdown mode for the next several months, we are going to witness layoffs like we have never seen before in U.S. history.  Of course, what we have already witnessed is difficult to believe. 

Mar
31
Mac Slavo

A New Oxford study said that millions of people in the United Kingdom (and therefore, in other countries) have likely already gotten the coronavirus, recovered from it, and are immune. But the mainstream media doesn’t want this information to get out, and some went to work quickly telling people “not to believe it.”

Mar
30
James Davis

Throughout this weekend I’ve had a chance to TRULY sit down with the data and process the TANTALIZING and UNMATCHED actions taken by both the world’s central banks and governments to COUNTER the blows of the forced-upon quarantines, curfews, and shutdown of non-essential businesses WORLDWIDE.

Mar
27
Aaron Kesel

All over the world, starting with China – the suspected origin of the COVID-19 outbreak – governments are increasing surveillance of citizens using their smartphones. The trend is taking off like wildfire; in China citizens now require a smartphone application’s permission to travel around the country and internationally.

Mar
26
James Davis

We are on our way to potentially hitting $2,400 gold, a POTENTIAL 50% MOVE from today’s price, and $27 silver, a nearly 100% gain, all within LESS THAN two years.

Mar
25
Brandon Turbeville

Although it was nearly twenty years ago, I can remember 9/11 like it was yesterday. I remember the shock of hearing about the planes crashing into towers, at first believing it was a tragic accident and quickly learning it to be otherwise. I remember being told that 19 hijackers, part of a fundamentalist plot to destroy America, were behind the attacks and that the mastermind was a man in a cave in Afghanistan named Osama bin Laden.

Mar
24
Mac Slavo

The economic ramifications of a nation on lockdown due to the coronavirus outbreak are going to be dire. They could end up being far more severe than the pandemic itself, and according to Jim Cramer, the government’s bailouts won’t be enough.

Mar
24
Mac Slavo

A World Health Organization expert has come forward warning that lockdowns and economic depression are not going to stop this virus. Michael Ryan, who heads the WHO’s Health Emergencies Program, urged world governments to take further tyrannical measures in combating the coronavirus.

Mar
23
Tom Beck

Since 2008, the middle class and the working class have SEEN ENOUGH of corporate bailouts. Now, when CEOs shout that they’ll go bust if Washington doesn’t provide liquidity, Congress isn’t so quick to be the lender of LAST RESORT.

Mar
23
Lior Gantz

The markets are open, the banks are functioning, food is there for the average American to purchase, for the most part, and the Covid-19 is getting ALL of the attention on the municipal, state and, of course, the federal level. Still, we’ve just SUFFERED the steepest-ever MARKET CRASH that America has ever had to endure.

Mar
21
Tom Beck

At this point, society is being REARRANGED. Forget anything you know about our political, judicial, and financial systems, and the values we cherish.

Mar
20
Lior Gantz

This cannot be reflated THAT QUICKLY. What we’re seeing is the 2008 IMPLOSION with a 12-yr delay. Treasury Secretary Mnuchin has said that the markets will stay open, but it’s UP IN THE AIR right now.

Mar
19
John W. Whitehead

What do zombies have to do with the U.S. government’s plans for dealing with a coronavirus outbreak? Read on, and I’ll tell you.

Mar
19
Mac Slavo

Bill Gates, Microsoft’s founder a vocal advocate for global vaccine enforcement has said that the countries who have been in lockdown will “bounce back” in weeks. Hopefully, he’s right because Americans are facing what could be a permanent loss of what little freedom we have left in exchange for a false sense of security.

Mar
17
Lior Gantz

Coronavirus is now, QUITE HONESTLY, one of the worst disasters to come upon the human race since WW2. The quantity of casualties worldwide is about 7,000 – which, compared with the 50,000 deaths a day caused by malnutrition, the 400,000 deaths a year caused by smoking, and the hundreds of thousands of deaths every year caused by car accidents and alcoholism, is NOTHING, but the prevention of further spread comes at an unbearable cost to economies.

Mar
16

Unless the Federal Reserve is purposely attempting to spread panic on Wall Street, the decisions that the Fed just made don’t make any sense at all.  Back on March 3rd, the Federal Reserve announced an unscheduled emergency interest rate cut for the very first time since 2008. 

Mar
16
Tom Beck

The last time that the Dow Jones Industrial Average traded in this way was in October of 1929. This, to history lovers, should SOUND THE BLOODY ALARM.

Mar
16
James Davis

Last week’s market action has left a DEEP SCAR in the psyche of tens of millions of professional investors, retail traders, and retirees. There was so much LIQUIDATION GOING ON that the Federal Reserve had to deal with an ACUTE dollar shortage, which had been preceded by USD excess.

Mar
9
Mac Slavo

Leaked medical conference documents have warned that hospitals across the United States are preparing for 96 million coronavirus infections.  Not only that, but the same document wants hospitals to make preparations for 480,000 deaths from this outbreak.

Mar
4
Mac Slavo

Central planners are really hoping no one notices that their manipulation of the markets isn’t working. In spite of a rate cut, the DOW dropped 700 points.

Mar
4
Mac Slavo

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the coronavirus is now at the point that it almost qualifies for pandemic status. Top CDC official, Dr. Anne Schuchat, said that the outbreak already meets two criteria for a pandemic,

Mar
3
Mac Slavo

Frank Curzio, the host of the Wall Street Unplugged podcast, joined SGT Report to discuss the worst week ever for United States stock markets. Curzio also discusses what lies ahead, which is likely to be more economic and stock market carnage as COVID-19 spreads around the globe.

Jan
21
Lior Gantz

Every two or three weeks, I see another article published on how Warren Buffett’s holding company, Berkshire Hathaway, is underperforming the S&P 500 and how his cash pile of over $128B is a giant waste – since it could be making his shareholders a fortune, had it been invested in this late-stage bubble surge.

Jan
20
Michael Snyder

It is almost as if someone flipped some sort of a switch as 2020 began because we have been seeing really weird things happen all over the globe so far this year.  Later in this article, I want to talk about the large earthquakes and strange weather events that we have seen over the past few days, but first I want to discuss the massive armies of locusts that are voraciously eating crops in Asia and in Africa.

Jan
13
Mac Slavo

Ninety-seven percent of CFOs (corporate financial officers) surveyed in a new poll believe that the United States will be in recession by the end of 2020. Eighty-eight percent of CFOs represented in the survey work at companies generating greater than $1 billion in annual revenue.

Dec
30
Michael Snyder

A lot of people seem to have forgotten that we were literally on the brink of war with Iran earlier this year.  Back in June, President Trump canceled a major U.S. bombing mission against Iran at the last minute, and things seemed to settle down quite a bit since that time.  But now tensions are rising once again.

Dec
27
Charles Hugh Smith

Anyone looking at the hollowed-out, fragile shell of a Fed-managed “market” as a system realizes a crash that runs away from central planning control is already baked in.

Dec
26
Mac Slavo

More than 9,300 retail department stores have shut their doors this year.  As 2020 comes at us quickly, most are expecting the retail apocalypse to drag on.

Dec
20
Contributing Author

With so many Americans not being world travelers, complacency has become the nation’s most pernicious epidemic. Few truly understand the scourge of socialism and even fewer have actually seen it firsthand. With an election year at hand, the voting public cannot make a truly informed decision unless they understand how the socialist virus can enter into any culture at any given time.

Dec
18
Mac Slavo

The world’s future looks bright according to one Forbes reporter.  But before we go through the incredibly bright future, we have to wade through a much darker place.  A place that is far darker than where we are at right now.

Dec
17
Mac Slavo

The government keeps telling us that the labor market is strong and unemployment is low. Yet, regardless, borrowers are increasingly being rejected for vehicle loans while consumer debt continues to rise.

Dec
16
Contributing Author

A market gripped in the throes of the “everything bubble” and hooked on debt like a heroin addict: it’s not a pretty picture and you won’t find any of the corporate-owned media gurus talking about it. For the real story, you’ve got to avoid the purveyors of fake news and look to a market grandmaster like Harry Dent, which Wealth Research Group.com INTERVIEWED just a couple of days ago.

Dec
11
Mac Slavo

According to billionaire Howard Marks, president Donald Trump’s reelection is not “preordained” because of the markets.  But, if the president is reelected, the stock market would “breathe a sigh of relief” Marks said.

Dec
10
Mac Slavo

According to Roey Tzezana, a future studies researcher at Israel’s Tel Aviv University, technology will continue to advance, and therefore, so will automation.  As this happens, the gap between the wealthy and the poor will increase as the middle class fades into nonexistence.

Dec
10
Mac Slavo

Bond investor Jeffrey Gundlach, the CEO of $150 billion DoubleLine Capital, sees trouble brewing in the economy, despite interest rates hovering near historic lows, a strong jobs report, and high consumer spending over Black Friday for the upcoming holiday.

Dec
2
Michael Snyder

We are facing a corporate debt bomb that is far, far greater than what we faced in 2008, and we are being warned that this “unexploded bomb” will “amplify everything” once the financial system starts melting down.  Thanks to exceedingly low interest rates, over the last decade U.S. corporations have been able to go on the greatest corporate debt binge in history. 

Nov
25
Mac Slavo

An earnings recession is now expected after the forecast after fourth-quarter projections send expectations from a gain of more than 5% to a decline. What that means, is that the holiday season and consumer spending is no longer expected to pull corporate earnings out of a recession that has lasted the entire year.

Nov
14
Tyler Durden

A synchronized global slowdown, with no end in sight, has spooked some of the wealthiest investors around the world, according to a new survey from UBS Wealth Management, seen by Bloomberg. UBS polled wealthy investors, who are preparing for a significant stock market correction by the end of next year. 

Nov
13
Mac Slavo

The global debt crisis has reached epic and historical proportions.  It’s now $188 trillion, which is more than double the entire economic output of the entire planet.

Nov
12
Tyler Durden

It’s the “Greatest Economy Ever,” right? Well, it depends on who you ask.

Nov
11
Michael Snyder

It may still feel like “the economy is booming” for those at the top end of the economic food chain in big coastal cities such as New York and San Francisco, but for millions of hard-working Americans in the middle of the country, talk of a “coming recession” is absolutely ludicrous because it already feels like a severe economic depression is happening right now. 

Nov
11
Mac Slavo

The US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) expects to have face, fingerprint, and iris scans of at least 259 million people in its biometrics database by 2022. Is there any way to escape the mass surveillance and tracking that George Orwell warned us all about in his iconic book, 1984?

Nov
7
Mac Slavo

Gambling sites have already been betting that President Donald Trump will be impeached.

Nov
5
Mac Slavo

Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon told Bloomberg that he sees only a small risk of recession.  Solomon claims that the United States consumer is spending enough money to continue to prop up the economy.

Nov
4
Mac Slavo

Blackstone strategist Joseph Zidle is warning that the “mother of all bubbles” could burst if profits don’t improve. Zidle thinks there are several problems in the market right now, including the repo market woes, negative-yielding debt, global trade conflicts and collapsing manufacturing.

Oct
29
Mac Slavo

One money manager is warning that the United States is incredibly similar to a banana republic and because of that, “we are all screwed.” Michael Pento says that the central bank is panicking and if they happen to stop “juicing” the system, the entire thing would collapse in an economic depression.

Oct
28
Mac Slavo

The United States’ economic situation has been a bumpy and precarious road for the past several months.  But it’s about to get even bumpier.  This week’s reports will likely show that the U.S. economy is deteriorating.

Oct
21
Michael Snyder

Are we really supposed to believe them?  As the next recession rapidly approaches, the mainstream media is assuring us that there isn’t really that much to be concerned about.  In fact, as you will see below, CNN is assuring us that “the next one won’t be as bad as 2008”.  But how do they know? 

Oct
18
Mac Slavo

Sales of retail goods and food services dropped 0.3 percent last month as consumers tightened their belts. Lower rates of consumer spending will often precede an economic recession.

Oct
18
Ron Paul

When President Trump Tweeted last week that “it is time for us to get out of these ridiculous endless wars,” adding that the US would be withdrawing from Syria, Washington went into a panic. Suddenly Republicans, Democrats, the media, the think tanks, and the war industry all discovered and quickly became experts on “the Kurds,” who we were told were an “ally” being sent to their slaughter by an ignorant President Trump.

Oct
17
Mac Slavo

Democrats are notorious for tanking the markets.  Their ideas on massive government, wealth confiscation, and population control make it difficult to disagree with billionaire Leon Cooperman, who says the stock market will tank and lose 25% of its value if either Elizabeth Warren or Bernie Sanders is elected.

Oct
16
Mac Slavo

James Bullard, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, said risks facing the economy include uncertainty over global trade policy and the slowing of the global economy. The head of the St. Louis Federal Reserve warned Tuesday that the U.S. economy could see a sharper slowdown than expected in the coming months.

Oct
15
Mac Slavo

Nobel Prize-winning economist Robert Schiller says that there will be a recession.  The chances of another recession are 100%, but the question is when will it happen?

Oct
14
Mac Slavo
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The housing market has started flashing a recession warning. The gap between home prices and income are currently pointing to a recession by the 2020 election.

Oct
14
Tyler Durden

It’s not just “tinfoil blogs” who (for the past 11 years) have been warning that a monetary reset is inevitable and the only viable fallback option once trust and faith in fiat is lost, is a gold standard (something which even Mark Carney hinted at recently): central banks are joining the doom parade now too.

Oct
9
Michael Snyder

We are in the process of committing national financial suicide, and most Americans don’t seem to care.  As you will see below, the federal budget deficit for the fiscal year that ended on September 30th was the largest in 7 years.  In fact, it was actually 26 percent larger than last year. 

Oct
8
Mac Slavo

Business economists in the United States are continuing to lose faith in the “booming” economy. Many are saying that there will be a sharp slowdown in economic activity in the last few months of this year and into next year.

Oct
1
Mac Slavo

As the United States government continues to pile up debt, most states are following in its footsteps. Total state government debt now stands at $1.49 trillion with 40 states lacking sufficient funds to pay their bills according to Truth in Accounting’s (TIA) Financial State of the States report.

 
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