Instead of a secular change in interest rates, gold and energy prices [like we experienced in the 1970’s, this time round] we could well see a sudden, catastrophic shift in these metrics as control is lost across a broad front. This is why it’s so important for investors to be properly positioned ahead of that catastrophic shift. [Let me explain.]
So said Robert Fitzwilson (www.portolagroup.com) in edited excerpts from an interview with King World News which can be read in its entirety here.
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Today’s western financial world operates much like government-sponsored medical systems. Mask the problem and give the bankers the pharmaceutical drugs (bail out money) to help them dull the pain and keep them on life support. Letting the free markets work in curing the ailment is not an option because then there would be little need for doctors (governments) or the manufacturers of these drugs (central banks). The banks are sick and should be allowed to pass on…so the virus known as debt does not affect the rest of the population. Unfortunately, the governments and central bankers have only one prescription drug of choice to keep them alive [and that seems to be the supposed cure-all of] printing money… [Let me explain further.] Words: 970
A monumental change is coming, and for most Americans, it will be painful—especially for the unprepared. [Let me explain just what is happening, why it can not go on as is and what we can likely expect in the future.] Words: 1144
The almost universal consensus, even among mainstream orthodox economists, is pessimistic regarding the world economy. Even though their predictions understate the scope and depth of the crises, there are powerful reasons to believe that we are heading toward a steeper decline than what was experienced during the Great Recession of 2008 – 2009…[Let me explain.] Words: 1656