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  • The Turkish Economy is collapsing. Why should we care?

    In 2007, Iceland’s economy collapsed in what now is viewed as the first step that led us to the Financial Crisis of 2008. Today, Turkey’s economy is teetering. Americans should care.


    Aug 16, 2018 | Joseph Sherman |

  • Why you should trim down your stock portfolio now

    While no one can predict stock market movements, here are five reasons why we believe risks are higher today, and stock portfolios should be diversified well to prepare for a major downturn.


    Aug 10, 2018 | Kevin Troy |

  • The Next Great Financial Crash – Part 3: Capital Drought and Political Repercussions

    In this series, we will try to explain why we are heading to a financial crash as bad as the 2008 financial crisis, or worse. In the final chapter to this series, we will show possible outcomes to the next financial crisis.


    Jul 30, 2018 | Peter Christensen |

  • The Next Great Financial Crash – Part 2: The Bond Market Crash

    In this series, we will try to explain why we are heading to a financial crash as bad as the 2008 financial crisis, or worse. In part 2, we will explore the US bond market vulnerabilities and the risks investors have in holding High Yield bonds.


    Jul 15, 2018 | Peter Christensen |

  • The Next Great Financial Crash – Part 1: The Credit Cycle

    In this series, we will try to explain why we are heading to a financial crash as bad as the 2008 financial crisis, or worse. In part 1, see how the Federal Reserve has made our economy subjected to change based on credit cycles and not business cycles.


    Jul 08, 2018 | Peter Christensen |

  • The Fed’s Interest Rate Roller Coaster

    The Fed is expanding and contracting interest rates moving the economy from financial cycles to credit cycles. This has proved in the past to lead to huge financial crashes. Where will it end now?…


    Jun 25, 2018 | Jerry Smith |

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