Emerging-Market Foreign Exchange Gets Ugly
Emerging-market currencies have been wobbling ever since the possibility that the Fed may reel back its bond-buying program. For example, the South African rand is down 6.2% since last week. Of course, the Fed has painted the dollar’s perceived value into a corner, and if they stop printing, interest rates will go up and the entire global financial system will likely crash.
Why is Smart Money Getting Out?
If wonderful times are ahead for U.S. financial markets, why is smart money leaving the party when it is just getting started? First, they see the financial markets, in Japan, crashing. Next, they see the state of prolonged recession in the Euro-zone. Then, they see the stupidity coming out of Washington. With that, the answer is simple… They see the writing on the wall and they want to save what they can.
House Of Cards
Michael Pento says rising interest rates have now become the lynchpin in the Japanese and U.S. economies. Evidence of this interest rate addiction, by these economies, is very easy to find. For example, similar to Japan, the U.S. 10-year Note spiked to 2.16% and the S&P dropped as low as 2%. While the bond market in the U.S. may not collapse quite yet, it is close to that point in Japan. When the bond markets collapse, it will be devastating for paper assets. So, after preparing, keep stacking physical.
25 Signs That Military Veterans Are Being Trashed
Here are a few…
1. The average claim for veteran benefits takes more than half a year to be processed.
2. It takes military vets an average of seven months to get an appointment at a VA facility.
3. Monuments that honor military veterans are crumbling and falling apart.
4. 22 U.S. military veterans kill themselves every single day.
IRS Healthcare Solution
Since the IRS will be the chief enforcer of Obamacare, it will give a whole new meaning to receiving your shots when one considers that IRS agents will be armed with shotguns.
Dispute From Inside FDA
The top-selling class of blood-pressure drugs is under attack from a senior regulator at the FDA. Bucking his bosses, Thomas Marciniak is seeking stronger warnings. The drugs, taken by millions of people, generated 7.6 billion dollars in U.S. sales in 2012. Hopefully, he stays far away from Fort Marcy Park and does not have a heart attack, courtesy of the CIA.
Finally, please prepare now for the escalating economic and social unrest. Good Day!
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