We Are Being Warned That A Horrifying STOCK MARKET CRASH Which Could Wipe Out Trillions Has Now Begun

by | Jan 24, 2022 | Headline News | 25 comments

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    This article was originally published by Michael Snyder at The Economic Collapse Blog. 

    What would our country look like if an epic market crash suddenly wiped out 35 trillion dollars in financial wealth?  You may not want to think about something so horrible, but we are being warned that it could soon happen.

    Stock prices have been falling for three weeks in a row, and last week was the worst week for U.S. stocks in a really, really long time.  The S&P 500 is now down more than 8 percent from the peak of the market, and the tech-heavy Nasdaq is already in correction territory.  At this point, the Nasdaq is off to its worst beginning to a year in decades, and many are extremely concerned about what is coming next.  In fact, Bank of America is warning that all hell breaks loose if the Nasdaq closes below 14,000.

    Hopefully, that won’t happen this week.

    But it might.

    Last week, one of the most respected names in the financial world made headlines all over the globe when he warned that the stock market crash which has now begun will end the “superbubble” that Wall Street has been enjoying for so many years…

    Jeremy Grantham, the famed investor who for decades has been calling market bubbles, said the historic collapse in stocks he predicted a year ago is underway and even intervention by the Federal Reserve can’t prevent an eventual plunge of almost 50%.

    In a note posted Thursday, Grantham, the co-founder of Boston asset manager GMO, describes U.S. stocks as being in a “super bubble,” only the fourth of the past century. And just as they did in the crash of 1929, the dot-com bust of 2000 and the financial crisis of 2008, he’s certain this bubble will burst, sending indexes back to statistical norms and possibly further.

    According to Grantham, there have been five other “superbubbles” and they have all ended badly

    He noted that US stocks have experienced two such “superbubbles” before: 1929, a market fall that led to the Great Depression, and again in 2000, when the dot-com bubble burst. He also said the US housing market was a “superbubble” in 2006 and that the 1989 Japanese stock and housing markets were both “superbubbles.”

    “All five of these superbubbles corrected all the way back to trend with much greater and longer pain than average,” Grantham wrote.

    We should give some credit to the “geniuses” at the Federal Reserve for keeping the party going for as long as they have, but by inflating this bubble to such an absurd size they have set the stage for a meltdown that will be unparalleled in our entire history.

    As I have warned so many times over the years, stock valuation ratios always return to their long-term averages eventually.

    If they were to fall just two-thirds of the way to historical norms, Grantham says that wealth losses in the U.S. “could total $35 trillion”

    “For the first time in the U.S. we have simultaneous bubbles across all major asset classes,” said Grantham, co-founder of investment firm GMO, in a paper Thursday. He estimated wealth losses could total $35 trillion in the U.S. should valuations across major asset classes return two-thirds of the way to historical norms.

    If this actually happens, it will result in an economic horror show that will be unlike anything we have ever seen before in all of U.S. history.

    And it was all set up by the Federal Reserve and our extremely irresponsible politicians in Washington.

    But hopefully stock prices will bounce back up a bit this week and we will have some more time before the really big crash arrives.

    Because once it gets here, nothing will ever be the same again.

    When the S&P 500 fell below its 200 day moving average last week, that freaked a lot of people out.

    To many investors, that was a clear sign that it was time to leave the party.

    Tech stocks were the poster children for the seemingly endless stock market rally, and now they are starting to lead the way down.

    In fact, the tech-heavy Nasdaq fell more than 1 percent during every single trading session last week.  The last time that happened was during the implosion of the “dotcom bubble”

    To wit, the Nasdaq 100 just did something it hasn’t done since the aftermath of the internet bubble: fall more than 1% in every session of a week. It doesn’t count as a superlative because Monday was a holiday. But for investors caught up in the selloff, it felt like something shifted.

    A full week of big down days hasn’t happened since the dot-com bubble burst, first in April 2000 and then in September 2001. Back then, the Nasdaq went on to fall another 28% before the market bottomed roughly a year later.

    Thanks to disappointing subscriber numbers, Netflix was a tech stock that was hit particularly hard

    Netflix shares fell 21.8% Friday after the company quietly admitted in its fourth-quarter earnings that streaming competition is eating into its growth. It marks Netflix’s worst day since July 25, 2012, when shares fell 25%. It’s also its worst week since July 27, 2012, when the stock fell about 28%.

    And Amazon was another tech stock that really got hammered

    Shares of Amazon fell 12% for the week, as a broader market sell-off pressured technology stocks.

    It marks Amazon’s worst one-week performance in four years, since Dec. 21, 2018, when the shares fell 13.4%.

    If you can believe it, Jeff Bezos actually saw the size of his fortune shrink by 20 billion dollars last week.


    Could you imagine losing that much money in a single week?

    Bitcoin investors are feeling a lot of pain right now as well.  At this point, the price of Bitcoin is down more than 50 percent from the record high in November…

    Bitcoin extended its decline on Saturday, and has shed more than 50% from its record high in November while adding further momentum to the meltdown in cryptocurrencies.

    But this isn’t the end of the party on Wall Street.

    This is just the beginning of the end.

    Unless there is some sort of an unexpected trigger event, I think that it is likely that we will get some sort of a bounce this week.

    Of course nobody should take a bounce as a sign that the pain is over.  Ultimately, Grantham is quite correct that our “superbubble” is going to spectacularly burst.  The only question is the timing.

    Once the inevitable implosion takes place, things will start to change in this country at a pace that is absolutely breathtaking, and nothing will ever be the same again.

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      1. A trillion here, a trillion there, pretty soon your talking a lot of money! Get ready for the great reset and digital currency. Only for the vaxxed of course, you unvaxxed are on yer own.

        • Thank god!

        • I’m surprised that no is able to see a seven year pattern for stock market crashes. 2015, 2008, 2001, 1994, 1987 and so on.

        • There was $7 trillion dollars of fake US money printed last year. That money never existed, and is what will be wiped out. Yet the debt on it will remain. The worst situation imaginable.

      2. My son-in-law is a savvy investor, so he said to put money into things that are safe…like digital NFTs, Robinhood meme stocks, and some bitcoin and ethereum tokens.

        If they don’t work out, meh, that’s alright, I’m already a ward of the state, being on social security and medicare.

        • I think a much safer investment is physical metals. It is completely private, NOBODY can take it, it will always be worth something in any currency, No paperwork or taxation, doesn’t require internet or power, widely accepted, easily left to your heirs without taxation or reporting, is a great hedge for inflation, the list gors on. Everything your son in law said is the exact opposite. Think about it…

          • One other bit of advice, don’t buy silver in anything above 10 oz. because if it goes to the moon (price) anything larger will be required to report to the irs if your selling it to a dealer/pawn shop/coin shop. Same with gold or anything else. 1oz. rounds are perfect for silver, 1/4oz. for gold. Silver 90% dimes are good for barter. Stay under the radar=rule #1

          • I wonder if he was just being sarcastic. Nobody could be that thick!

            • Yeah, I was kind of making fun of those investor types…although I probably shouldn’t…since I don’t invest in much of anything. My money is all tied up in cash.

          • Don’t bank on tax and IRS laws concerning PM’s in the future being the same as they are now.

            And don’t count on a black market that avoids them providing full value for your metals when you’re in a crunch.

      3. Other investments that will do well are…
        Solar panels and charge controllers and inverters. Most are made in China and availabilty may soon disappear. The prices on solar stuff is going up!

        Guns and ammo, unregistered of course. This goes without saying.

        Reloading supplies, same.

        Used generators. You can get them cheap and they are in huge demand in bad weather prone areas.

        These things probably won’t go up as much as metals but very liquidable in any scenario. You never know, you might need them yourself. Myself, I need about 300 lbs. more sugar and 5 lbs. of yeast lol.

        • Everything you mentioned and a whole lot more of everything else. Trade and barter will be back in vogue again soon. Look at Venezuela.

        • “Reloading supplies, same. ”

          If you’re wanting any kind of high performance ammo, it’s just about as cheap and probably easier to just buy loaded ammo.

          Target ammo, sure. And somewhat cheaper as well especially if you’re loading lead bullets and even more so if you cast your own, but high performance bullets are really scarce and expensive lately and about as hard to find as loaded ammo.

          You know of any sources I don’t know about? Appreciate knowing who they are if you do.

          • People sell components on craigslist here. Try other local online classifieds. Match bullets are hard to find but they do show up on local shelves once in a while. One of the local online classified’s here has people selling a bunch of stuff but they are gouging people on prices. I picked up a case of .556 bthp for my buddy for 460 bux. I have enough supplies for the rest of my life, in fact I sold a bunch of extra for a pretty penny. Sportsmans warehouse has stuff on and off also Ace hardware.

            • But then I live in a very gun friendly red state.

              • Also try some gun shows.

                • I haven’t seen any reloading supplies at gun shows around here in years.

                  They used to be a great mix of people selling new and used guns along with reloading supplies and parts for all sorts of guns, but now all you find is licensed dealers selling new stuff or loaded ammo. Just a big retail show now.

                  Times have changed.

      4. Your fear mongering and unquestionable ignorance on equities to apparently push a book is pathetic.

        • Book sales and monetary clicks are what this blog is all about.

      5. Silver is dirt cheap right now, you may want to git on it.

      6. Not to worry Mr. Snyder; you see Walstreet has a magic printer from the not so federal crime bank that goes BRRRRRRRRRRRR when the first sign of trouble comes.

        Look what happened today, a 1000 point fall in the DOW Jones and we ended in positive territory at the end of the day. This game is rigged, they have no choice but to inflate to infinity. Stuck between a rock a hard pile of fiat excrement with no way out. They will inflate to the moon to steal even moar!!!! Fed printer goes BRRRRRRRRRR!!! To infinity!

      7. I’m buying a half a cow tomorrow $4.28 a lb, also buying a bunch of blue berry bushes for $3.00 apiece….

        • Your cows eat blueberries?

          • HALF a cow ain’t eatin’ anymore, city slicker.

      8. The stock market falseness has been in jeopardy since they started propping it up with hidden fed funding and should be crashed and the scumbags and wallstreet banksters ALL sent to prison and while your at it get rid of the politicians who have been bought off and allowed all of this to happen. The once great America has become a complete falsehood of scams and lies for years.

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