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The 2008 Crisis Was Not THE Crisis Of Our Lifetimes… THIS IS.

by Graham Summers, GoldSeek:

Many investors believe that the 2008 Crisis was THE Crisis of their lifetimes.

They are mistaken.

The 2008 Crisis was a stock and investment bank crisis. But it was not THE Crisis. It was just Round One.

Round Two, or THE Crisis, concerns the biggest bubble in financial history: the epic Bond bubble… which, as it stands, is north of $100 trillion.

To put this into perspective, the Tech Bubble was about $15 trillion in size. The Housing Bubble, which triggered the 2008 Crisis, was about $30 trillion in size.

The bond bubble today is over $100 trillion. And if you include derivatives that trade based on the prices of bonds, it’s $555 trillion.

So we are talking about a problem that is exponentially larger than anything you or I have seen before.

How is this possible?

By way of explanation, let’s consider how the current monetary system works…

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2 comments to The 2008 Crisis Was Not THE Crisis Of Our Lifetimes… THIS IS.

  • Craig it's all gone

    I’m looking forward to the day when Bank CEO’s, Hedge Fund Managers & Federal Reserve Presidents, Congressmen, Prime Ministers, Generals,, will be holding cardboard signs along the road,, and those signs will say: “Will Wash Floors and Kiss your Ass for a can of Food.”

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