- August 9th, 2013
This is remarkably similar to what we saw in the days and weeks leading up to the 1987 crash.
- June 28th, 2013
It will be worse than the panic of ’08… It will be deeper… It will be more painful…
- November 15th, 2012
Over a decade after he made his controversial predictions, many who ignored his warnings are now taking note. With U.S. economic growth in an unabated decline, and ethnic and political groups polarized like never before, Panarin’s prescient theories may soon become reality.
- May 22nd, 2012
Given his expertise in history, economics, mathematics and cyclical theory, if there is one person who may have a handle on what information to gather, how to analyze it, and what it means, it’s Martin Armstrong. He’s proven it time and again, and it looks as if his alarms are blaring.
- January 18th, 2012
As the economic crisis deepens and the US dollar progressively depreciates until its eventual demise, enterprising minds that act ahead of the masses can come out ahead – sometimes at little or no up front cost.
- January 17th, 2012
It only takes one country, one sociopathic leader with his finger on the button, to get the ball rolling. Then there is no stopping it.
- January 3rd, 2012
As with every New Year there’s no shortage of forecasts for what’s to come. This year we, too, will attempt to interpret the crystal ball and share some items for consideration and a road map of events to keep an eye out for.
- December 16th, 2011
In his latest interview Celente discusses a variety of different topics – from Iran and Europe to domestic militarization and the economy – and warns that our worst fears will soon be realized. Bottom line? You ain’t seen nothin’ yet.
- November 7th, 2011
The system is complex and the butterfly effect, while clearly evident, is simply impossible to predict with any meaningful accuracy. For all we know the entire system can collapse in the next 30 days, or, the full fallout may not be witnessed for several years.
- November 2nd, 2011
While the Federal Reserve says they have inflation under control, their continued intervention into the financial and monetary systems of the global economy is leading us down a road that may very well lead to high inflation rates similar to those we saw in the 1980′s, or perhaps something much, much worse.
- September 28th, 2011
There is no single person who we can blame for what has happened and what will happen in the future. The system is a monster and it is the collective consciousness, which in this case is a culture of greedy me-first thinking, that is eating up our economy and financial systems like a cancer…
- September 27th, 2011
Realistically speaking, what do you think is going to happen when peoples’ pension funds, retirement accounts, savings, purchasing power and jobs are wiped out?
- September 3rd, 2011
The central planners have managed to keep the ship from sinking and the band playing for almost three years. They may finally be running out of stop gaps.
- September 2nd, 2011
We won’t run out of water tomorrow, but there may be a time in our lifetimes, and certainly in the lifetimes of the generation being born today, that water will be more valuable than anything else on the planet and very difficult to acquire. So difficult, in fact, that billions of humans may die as a result.
- September 1st, 2011
Our policymakers, utilizing all sorts of adjustments and machinations, are doing everything in their power to control the perceptions of the general population.
- August 30th, 2011
People are scared, they’re uncertain, and they’re responding by holding on to what little money they have left…
- August 24th, 2011
The analysis provided suggests that instability due to rising food prices is imminent and we have, at best, twenty months before riots and civil unrest come to the streets of America.
- July 20th, 2011
They may pretend like everything is fine and dandy but the facts are clear: Everyone is broke.
- July 14th, 2011
The recession never ended. More importantly, we are in the midst of the next Great Depression right here and now.
- July 12th, 2011
The risks are real and the tipping point is approaching.
- June 27th, 2011
By Sunday night it was gone. It hasn’t been “wiped” from the internet, but its importance has certainly been marginalized.
- June 8th, 2011
It is no exaggeration to say that a printing press has kept our economy going for the last two years. But what will happen when the printing stops?
- June 1st, 2011
…the system has crossed the Rubicon and has been irreversibly damaged. The coming decade is going to be long and arduous – unlike anything Americans have ever experienced or ever expected to happen.
- May 25th, 2011
Not only do we not expect a stabilization in home prices in 2012, we will venture a forecast that prices will be unstable, regardless of stimulus, bailouts and machinations, for the rest of this decade.
- May 20th, 2011
We have no doubt that the world will end – eventually. We do however, have our doubts about tomorrow being that specific day, simply because so many “prophets” have made the same failed predictions for hundreds of years.
- May 18th, 2011
The much touted recovery never happened, unless your singular measure of economic health is the stock market, in which case America is booming. The reality on the ground, however, is dismal, as evidenced by events of the past few weeks.
- April 29th, 2011
We urge our readers to remain vigilant because we are either at, or very quickly approaching, the precipice. June and July may be critical in determining how severe the next phase of this economic crisis will be.
- April 28th, 2011
All the “hot” international markets have an accelerating inflation problem, and the US is not immune. What’s causing it? Bert Dohmen weighs in.
- April 26th, 2011
While state sponsored media pundits and government spokespeople make every effort to dispel doubts about the economic recovery, we need look no further than the two highest level officials who preside over the monetary and financial workings of the United States.
- April 20th, 2011
The threats facing life as we know it in the United States are plentiful, and Chris points out, that in the end, the status of the US dollar as the world’s reserve currency will come into question. Among other things, if China’s real estate market collapses, or Europe’s debt crisis expands to Spain and Italy, or Japan has to sell their treasury holdings to pay for reconstruction, Martenson asks “Who will buy our bonds?” and fund our never-ending appetite for debt? You can probably guess the answer, as well as the end result.
- April 18th, 2011
If we’re only one shock away from a full blown crisis, then we can’t help but suggest that we can expect complete economic pandemonium very soon. The underlying problems, which the government and financial elites have tried to cover up from some time, will come to a head – in fact, they are coming to a head right before our eyes in real-time.
- March 20th, 2011
The cause is not exactly clear, and numerous theories have emerged. Some suggest we’re dealing with natural occurrences, while others have a more sinister undertone, pointing at man-made causes.
- March 15th, 2011
Throughout history there has been one asset that, regardless of the type of crisis, has always been turned to in times of confusion and panic. Whether the crisis was financial, energy related, or involved global confrontation, individuals and governments alike have always turned to gold as a last resort. When currencies collapse, when governments lose credibility, and when people panic, precious metals have always been the sought after wealth preservation mechanism.
- March 14th, 2011
America doesn’t stand a chance, in our opinion, of mitigating the crisis. Our political system at this time has devolved into a cleptocracy that will only maintain until every last penny and credit limit has been used up. Only then, once the thieves in government and quasi-private industry can steal no more, will real change occur.
- March 8th, 2011
As we did in the summer of 2008, we may now be approaching another breaking point.
- March 7th, 2011
If there’s one asset that’s heated up over the last several months amid tensions in the middle east and a second round of the Federal Reserve’s quantitative easing, it’s silver. The price has risen so dramatically, some 20% since January 1, 2011 through today, that investors may be wondering what actions they should take.
- March 2nd, 2011
I think the focus people need to have right now is the dollar is toast. And, when that happens, when the dollar collapses, our way of life is going to change. And at that moment, when that happens, there will only be one question that will matter. And, that question is, are you ready?
- February 28th, 2011
It’s been a tough market for those who bought homes circa 2005 and 2006, at the very peak of the housing real estate bubble that would eventually decimate, multiple times over, those who though they could flip a quick profit or generate wealth through a longer term asset. Times were booming, money was cheap, prices were rising, the population was growing and land was a finite resource (unless you happened to be in Dubai, where the Sheikhs were busy building artificial islands).
- February 22nd, 2011
Gloom, Boom & Doom Report publisher Dr. Marc Faber joins Infowars’ Alex Jones to discuss non-traditional investment strategies, global inflation, social response and repercussions, and the phases to expect as the crisis deepens.
- February 22nd, 2011
Most choose not to disturb their preconceived notions of the American Dream – many are simply non-contemplative, meaning they don’t even realize that there is a problem or that what they are seeing are warning signs of what’s to come.
- February 15th, 2011
Damon Vickers is the author of The Day After the Dollar Crashes: A Survival Guide for the Rise of the New World Order, and he’s recently put together a micro-documentary detailing what the global coup d’etat may look like once the dollar takes it’s final catastrophic plunge to oblivion.
- February 9th, 2011
We want to be positive about all this spending, monetary expansion and economic malaise – we really do. But when we read expert analysis from the likes of David Galland of Casey Research, we really can’t help but be pessimistic and alarmed about the survivability of the world as we know it.
- January 12th, 2011
Trend forecaster Gerald Celente says that economically, socially, politically and financially things will continue to get worse, not just in the United States, but around the world. And, before the clock strikes January 1, 2012, most everyone will know we’re in the Greatest Depression.
- January 10th, 2011
Regardless of what we’re told by our government officials and Federal Reserve Chairman in media soundbites, or what a large portion of our fellow Americans want to believe after they’re done smoking or injecting their daily dose of hopium, the reality is that the world, especially the United States, is about to enter a time unlike anything we’ve ever seen before.
- January 4th, 2011
A global move away from the US Dollar is afoot. This latest micro-documentary outlines the case for the coming hyperinflationary depression. According to many experts, it can’t be avoided and the only thing you can do now is prepare for it.
- December 6th, 2010
Mr. Bernanke just told us exactly how this is going to play out – but you have to know how to read his forecasts.
- November 14th, 2010
Now, more than ever, it is important to take the immediate necessary precautions to protect yourself and your families and friends.
- August 16th, 2010
Ever since the current economic downturn started a few years ago, there has been a constant debate of whether or not weâ€™re moving into an inflationary environment or deflationary environment. The argument has taken up much of our focus. The reality is that this debate is nothing more than a distraction to a bigger, harsher reality.
- June 17th, 2010
For now, it seems deflation is taking hold (though it never really let go), but there remains a very powerful variable within the debate, and that is the government and how they will act going forward.
- June 8th, 2010
As global stock markets are seemingly slipping back into crash mode, imprisoned global forecaster Martin Armstrong suggests that not everything is as clear cut as we may think.