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10/10/2012

Is a massive market crash imminent?



‘In the financial world, the month of October is synonymous with stock market crashes. So will a massive stock market crash happen this year? You never know. The truth is that our financial system is even more vulnerable than it was back in 2008, and financial experts such as Doug Short, Peter Schiff, Robert Wiedemer and Harry Dent are all warning that the next crash is rapidly approaching. We are living in the greatest debt bubble in the history of the world and Wall Street has been transformed into a giant casino that is based on a massive web of debt, risk and leverage. When that web breaks we are going to see a stock market crash that is going to make 2008 look like a Sunday picnic.

Yes, the Federal Reserve has tried to prevent any problems from erupting in the financial markets by initiating another round of quantitative easing, but 40 billion dollars a month will not be nearly enough to stop the massive collapse that is coming. This will be explained in detail toward the end of the article. Hopefully we will get through October (and the rest of this year) without seeing a stock market collapse, but without a doubt one is coming at some point. Those on the wrong end of the coming crash are going to be absolutely wiped out....’

The above is posted in yolohub.com. Many financial experts are telling of the great danger of the stock market and financial system heading towards a big crash. And all because all the regulators and govts could not do anything to restrain the banks and funds from gambling and turning the whole financial system into a big casino.

Everyone with some knowledge knows how bad the situation is. What should they do about it? Some say, since nothing can be done, just join the fun and wait for the crash. Why is it that no govt is willing to say this is not the way to go, and decides to stay out. Keep clear from the danger and things they don’t understand.

Is there really no option, that govts can only watch and wait for the big collapse and nothing can be done? The least a govt can do is to stop getting dragged into the trap. Don’t participate. The worst thing is to go along, put in the chips as well and engaged the rogue gamblers to design the same system to be part of the dangerous system.

Then say, no choice, must follow the crowd and the rogue gamblers and let them do what they want. Such defeatist attitude is unimaginable. Holy cow, what is happening?

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Maybe there are governments that are better or more rogue than the fraudsters.

Possible?

theonion said...

RB

Lets see than.
More likely muddling thru
Everybody is busy with elections so they will just kick the can down the road.
Someone else problem as they say

Anonymous said...

The Mother Of All Crash is as sure as the sun rises from the East

Chua Chin Leng aka redbean said...

When govts and regulators are working hand in glove with the big banks and funds to facilitate them to gamble in big time with super computers, hi speed computer tradings and high risk derivatives that are nothing but horse racing betting tickets, you can be sure it will come. The exposure to derivatives is beyond anyone's imagination and it will bring down all the houses of cards.

Those with several properties and many mortgages, beware. The debt will bury everyone of them.

dotseng said...

Chin Leng,

Most perceptive of you. Do you know why this crash is inexorable? The last time we had a crisis, the US govt bailed out a lot of zombie banks along with dead wood firms - now those SAME motherfuckers are still circulating within the system - they were never kicked out or even held to account for their runaway greed and avarice.

So you are right. It will happen again. It is really not so different from a certain political and their Internet brigade sidekick who keep screwing things up only to end up blaming all netizens when they can't even come across as interesting and imaginative enough to hold a conversation that no one seems to be interested to participate in.

Chin Leng u have no possible idea how many hits my love stories have been getting since the NC began. And it's really all thanks to the crappy people who run the even crappier Internet brigade.

Good luck when you can't get the termites out the system.

Darkness 2012

Chua Chin Leng aka redbean said...

Hi Darkness,

I am all admiration for the way you write your love stories. You got a flair for it. I will take up your invitation for golf or a drink should I go up north again.

I was really taken aback by what Hsien Loong said of the helplessness of the govt to do anything to prevent banks and big fund gamblers from gambling big time with OPM and that the govt had no choice but to bail them out when they lose their pants.

In the mean time the govt can only watch and do nothing.

Unbelieveable!

Walau said...

He could easily regulate the banks like in the past by at least for example split the bank operation into domestic and international. Those doing domestic side of the business will be regulated like in the past and those international anything goes. So when the market melt down, it will not affect at least the banking side for domestic sinkie though the economy will also tanked but at least the domestic banks doing domestic business will not fail and our deposits are still intact.

Anonymous said...

Regulating banks require brains and leadership.
When you don't have either.
Better to let market forces decide.
And promote a "disclosure based" regime.
In other words.
Buyer beware. You die, it's not my business.

Beth said...

He could easily regulate the banks like in the past by at least for example split the bank operation into domestic and international. Those doing domestic side of the business will be regulated like in the past and those international anything goes. So when the market melt down, it will not affect at least the banking side for domestic sinkie though the economy will also tanked but at least the domestic banks doing domestic business will not fail and our deposits are still intact.

Anonymous said...

Where was the crash?

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