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What The World’s Biggest Money Managers Are Thinking Right Now: “Holy Crap!”

by Mac Slavo, SHTFPlan:

While stability is a major talking point of the Federal Reserve and US government officials, those who are in the know understand that the economy is teetering on complete and utter disaster. Job losses continue to mount, stocks are swinging wildly and foreign creditors have begun divesting themselves of U.S. dollar-denominated assets.

All of this has put such pressure on the system as a whole that it is set to collapse under its own weight. As global strategist and New York Times best selling authorMarin Katusa explains it, the deflationary forces are so powerful and the divestiture of US debt by foreign creditors so significant, that major money managers are spooked as they rapidly scramble to prepare for the next leg down. What’s worse, the Federal Reserve, which has thus far been perceived as being in control through quantitative easing and zero interest-rate policy, is powerless to stop it.


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If you use game theory the best game plan for Janet Yellen and the Fed is not to do anything…

I got heckled and booed at my own conference when I said look at all these deflationary forces… The reality here is that we are an interconnected world… what happens in China affects us here and vice versa. So the reality here is that we are in a deflationary environment. You’ve got some of the smartest guys that I pay attention to saying the same thing.

What does this all mean?


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1 comment to What The World’s Biggest Money Managers Are Thinking Right Now: “Holy Crap!”

  • glitter 1

    “The Next Leg Down”
    All three of the major averages hit up against the 50 day moving average today and stopped cold in their tracks.Watch for a trap door to open,maybe before week’s end.Then it’s Look Out Below!

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