Stock Market Crash and Dollar Collapse coming soon…?

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by shawn ozbun on February 5, 2014

Is the stock market about to crash? Can we expect a complete dollar collapse in the near future? One thing is for sure, the markets are very unstable and there are many red flags out there suggesting that an economic crisis is under way. The Dow has already fallen more than 1000 points from the peak of the market back in December and the Stock Market in Japan has fallen more then 2300 points. Greg Mannarino recently said in an interview with Greg Hunter,  “Without a doubt, this is going to blow up. . . . I’ve been saying this for years now–we are headed for a pan global financial cataclysm.  That’s a fact

The question remains. Are we going to see a Stock Market crash and a dollar collapse in the near future? I believe the answer is yes. I don’t think it’s a question of if the Stock Market is going to crash or if the dollar is going to collapse. The question is simply, when and how?

Links to articles discussed on today’s show

Fed Rattling Emerging Markets to Keep U.S. Propped Up-Gregory Mannarino

Analyst and stock trader Gregory Mannarino says the market meltdown this week was caused by the Fed and weak economy.  Mannarino says, “We understand there is a dynamic that has been changing here in the market with regard to the Fed’s purchasing mortgage-backed securities and bonds.  This has rattled the emerging markets.  They’re having problems with their currencies . . .  The Federal Reserve has created an environment of distortions.  Read More…

Goldman to Fidelity Call for Calm After Global Stock Wipeout

Panic is making an enemy of telephones for Catherine Yeung, the director for equities at Fidelity Investment Management Ltd. in Hong Kong. “My children hate that BlackBerry,” said Yeung, whose clients have been calling amid two weeks of declines that erased $3 trillion from global stocks. She’s advising calm, noting that profits are rising and shares just got a lot less expensive.  Read More…

The Stock Market In Japan Is COLLAPSING

Did you see what just happened in Japan?  The stock market of the 3rd largest economy on the planet is imploding.  On Tuesday, the Nikkei fell by more than 610 points.  If that sounds like a lot, that is because it is.  The largest one day stock market decline in U.S. history is only 777 points. Read More…

The Dow Has Already Fallen More Than 1000 Points From The Peak Of The Market

That didn’t take long.  On Monday, the Dow was down another 326 points.  Overall, the Dow has now fallen more than 1000 points from the peak of the market (16,588.25) back in late December.  This is the first time that we have seen the Dow drop below its 200-day moving average in more than a year, and there are many that believe that this is just the beginning of a major stock market decline.  Read More…

 

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Scott February 5, 2014 at 11:01 pm

Japan’s economy has been collapsing for awhile. They have a massive deflation over a two year period. They are now printing $77 billion a month trying to de-value the Yen by 150%. Japan’s debt-to-GDP is 230%, which is highest in the world. 80% of tax revenue goes to just servicing their debt. Their workforce is getting older and shrinking while birthrates are falling. They really have no way out of the mess they are in.

I said back at the first taper that they would probably taper again till something went wrong and they could justify increasing QE again. The rise of the dow has pretty much tracked perfectly with the increase in base currency due to QE. I think this correction is a response to the Fed cutting back on QE. The stock market should be tanking. Have you seen how many companies issued warnings on earnings for this quarter? While that may be playing a part in it, fundamentals have meant very little to wall street the last few years. I look for the printing presses to crank back up her in the near future.

The IMF had warned the US last month about tapering. The IMF warned about the emerging markets falling due to tapering. I think we have just hit the point of no return. I think no matter what they do, the outcome will be the same. I have a feeling they have a few more band-aids in their pocket to use to keep things rolling a little long. Lets face it, they haven’t stripped all the wealth out of the middle class just yet. They are close though.

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shawn ozbun February 6, 2014 at 2:05 pm

Thanks for the comment Scott. You are right about Japan, they have been collapsing for sometime, much like us. It appears now tho, that things are really falling apart for them. I also agree with your thoughts on the taper. It’s only a matter of time before they tell us they have to increase QE to 100 billion plus to keep us safe. Thanks for the great insight as usual!

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