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Deepcaster: Mega Trend Nuggets for Investors

from The Doc, Silver Doctors:

“The compounding debt is the monster that is eating the U.S. The only way out is to renege on the debt or try to pay it off with inflation or hyper-inflation. The bull market in bonds is over. From now on, we’ll be dealing with a bear market in bonds, at which time natural forces will drive bonds down, and as bonds fall, interest rates will rise.

Since 1982, rising bond prices in the bond bull market and falling interest rates have buoyed stocks and encouraged Americans to borrow and leverage. Them days are now gone. Coming up is payback time. That’s the down-to-earth story. All else is daily news and noise and rumors and waiting.

Submitted by Deepcaster:

“More than three quarters of Americans say they are living paycheck to paycheck, with barely enough to scrape by in an emergency. In a survey of 1,000 adults, fewer than one in four said they had enough money to cover expenses for six months. Half said they had less than a three month cushion, while a quarter said they had no savings at all.”, 7/2/2013

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2 comments to Deepcaster: Mega Trend Nuggets for Investors

  • Frank Zak

    Good article.
    “10,000 people a day will turn 65 for the next 17 years.”

    In Los Angeles 70% of all homes for sale get a cash offer
    and 35% sell for all cash. How can this be ?

    Aging population collecting 401k plans before they retire
    at 59 1/2 and then pensions in lump sum. This is the most
    important economic factor and no one talks about it.

    People who never had much money to spend in their lives.

    By the way, L A housing prices are up 30% year over year.

    With higher interest rates, it is projected to only
    go up 15% next year.

    • Glitter 1

      If you eliminate Blackstone and the Chinese,there is no Real Estate rebound.10,000 baby boomers are retiring daily,they are not buying homes,they are down-sizing.These new buyers will be under water within a year or two,along with the millions of Foreclosures in play at this time.The facts point to another 2007 pre-bust scenario to coincide with a Dollar Devaluation Bust.

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