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Category: Financial Crisis 2020

The analysis published under this category are as follows.

Stock-Markets

Saturday, July 11, 2020

The Big Short 2020 – World Pushes Credit/Investments Into Risk Again / Stock-Markets / Financial Crisis 2020

By: Chris_Vermeulen

One thing is very certain right now – we live in very interesting times.  As the world rushes head-first into the 21st Century, it appears one of the most pressing issues before all of us is to navigate the risks and opportunities that continue to stack up ahead of us.  Within the first 20 years of this century, the global markets have experienced many shifts and big price rotations.  Emerging markets, Oil, Technology, Bio-Tech, Miners, Metals, Currencies, Cryptos – we can look at all of these on a longer-term basis and see a boom cycle and a moderate bust cycle event.

The current trends suggest global investors are pouring capital into the US technology stocks which is what is driving the NASDAQ to new all-time highs.  We published this article in late June suggesting a parabolic top pattern may be setting up in the global markets – which may be very similar to the DOT COM peak in 1999~2000 explained here.

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Stock-Markets

Wednesday, June 24, 2020

WARNING: The U.S. Banking System ISN’T as Strong as Advertised / Stock-Markets / Financial Crisis 2020

By: MoneyMetals

Despite a year of tumult on Wall Street and Main Street, the banking system seems to be holding up remarkably well… for now.

Whereas previous financial crises were marked by a surge in bank failures, hardly any have gone under so far in 2020. The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) reports that only 1% of FDIC-insured banks are on the “problem list” for financial weakness.

"Banks are safe," according to FDIC chair Jelena McWilliams. "There are no concerns for depositors."

No concerns? We beg to differ.

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Stock-Markets

Sunday, May 10, 2020

The Financial Crisis Will Continue To Lurk Even If the Lockdown Gets Eased / Stock-Markets / Financial Crisis 2020

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Stock-Markets

Friday, March 20, 2020

Is This What Peak Market Fear Looks Like? / Stock-Markets / Financial Crisis 2020

By: MoneyMetals

The last few days have been like nothing most of us have ever experienced – or are likely to experience again in our lifetimes.

Panic has spread from the streets of Wuhan to the grocery stores of America’s heartland, from nursing homes to the Federal Reserve Board, from the stock market to the gold and silver markets.

Like other asset classes, the precious metals space is being rocked by rapidly accelerating developments, some of which haven’t occurred for decades and some of which haven’t occurred ever.

These unprecedented times are testing the mettle of precious metals investors like never before.

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Stock-Markets

Thursday, March 19, 2020

Coronavirus Market Crisis - Nowhere to Hide! / Stock-Markets / Financial Crisis 2020

By: The_Gold_Report

Sector expert Michael Ballanger breaks down the latest market moves and charts a "course of action."

As I begin the weekly missive here on Thursday, the U.S. equity markets are experiencing the worst daily assault since that fateful day back in 1987, when the Dow lost 23% in a single trading session, sending thousands of Gucci-clad stockbrokers to the Sears re-fit aisle. Being the incredibly prescient individual that I am (tongue firmly planted in cheek), I have attempted four times since 6 a.m. to put words to paper, and four times I have deleted every paragraph and no fewer than ten different charts.

I have tried humor, I have tried humility, I have tried hubris, I have even tried cheerleading. Alas, at the end of the day, I am proceeding on the premise that followers of my work want a simple opinion on one thing: tactics. What are the tactics that I intend to employ to show a positive return for the year 2020? (Subscribers will have my blueprint in the subscriber section, which may be accessed at this shamelessly offered e-mail address of miningjunkie216@outlook.com.)

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Stock-Markets

Thursday, March 19, 2020

Uncharted Market Territory? No - complimentary webinar from EWI / Stock-Markets / Financial Crisis 2020

By: EWI

Hi,

There's a lot of misinformation in the financial news right now.

You have questions. Now get answers.

On Friday, March 20, at 1pm ET, our friends at Elliott Wave International will present a special webinar by their Global Markets Strategist, Brian Whitmer. Brian will present indicators that have stood the test of time and are critically important to investors at a time like this.

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Stock-Markets

Thursday, March 19, 2020

How COVID-19 Leads to 2008-Style Bank Crisis / Stock-Markets / Financial Crisis 2020

By: Patrick_Watson

The COVID-19 virus is pushing an economy that was already approaching a cliff. Will it go over the edge?

Probably. And the Federal Reserve lifeline is wearing thin.

I have to admit, I didn’t foresee this. Six weeks ago, I said 2020 would probably bring continued low growth. Then I noted several brewing crises that could cause major problems. A pandemic wasn’t on my list.

But then, using the impeachment trial as an example, I added…

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Stock-Markets

Monday, January 06, 2020

A Financial Crisis Has Already Begun… We Just Don’t Know It Yet / Stock-Markets / Financial Crisis 2020

By: John_Mauldin

Let’s address an elephant in the room: the rapidly expanding federal debt. Each annual deficit raises the total debt and forces the Treasury to issue more debt, in hopes someone will buy it.

The US government ran a $343 billion deficit in the first two months of fiscal 2020 (October and November), and the 12-month budget deficit again surpassed $1 trillion. Federal spending rose 7% from a year earlier while tax receipts grew only 3%.

No problem, some say, we owe it to ourselves, and anyway people will always buy Uncle Sam’s debt. That is unfortunately not true.

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