What Happens When Yellen Raises Rates?

Now we’re in the 7th year of good economy, after the FED increased the rate to .25 pts., we will start a deflationary economy, at 9 years, we will start a new recession market.

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It’s never been more important to understand how much control the central banks have over the economy and its limits. There’s one force moving our economy they can not influence…discover what it is in this video.

Mike Maloney candidly explains what actions the Federal Reserve may take in months ahead and what it means to you and your money in this brief video recorded live at the 2015 Silver Summit.

 

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Fed May Take Rates Negative, Bond And Stock Markets Crash Warning, GOP and DNC Fear Trump

The Federal Reserve is not raising interest rates, but now there are hints by Fed Head Janet Yellen that it might consider negative interest rates if the economy gets bad enough. The economy is already bad, and the Fed decision to keep a key rate near 0% says it all. I have been telling you for a couple of years that there is no real recovery on Main Street. The only real recovery is on Wall Street. Data point after data point shows the economy is not good. This is why the Fed is not raising interest rates.

On top of that bad news, people like Nobel Prize winning economist Professor Robert Shiller continue to warn that the stock market looks like it is in a bubble. There are also reports of the biggest double top in stock market history that was recently made, and when that happens, it is downhill for the markets. This includes the global debt market that dwarfs the stock market by orders of magnitude. I just interviewed former Reagan White House Budget Director David Stockman, and he says the “financial system is booby trapped with debt bombs.” This is not if the bond market will blow up, but only a matter of when the bond market will blow up.

CNN was the only real loser in the second GOP debate. The debate started out looking like CNN just wanted the candidates to trash Trump. It looked juvenile and petty, and even NJ Governor Chris Christie called BS on the BS when he directed the discussion back to how the GOP was going to help the struggling middle class. Trump won the debate by virtue of the fact CNN centered it on him and tried to get the other candidates to tear him down. Sure, there were candidates that had their moments, and some will move up and down in the polls, but Trump still emerges as the front-runner. Let’s make this perfectly clear, Donald trump could win it all.

Join Greg Hunter as he talks about these stories and more in the Weekly News Wrap-Up. usawatchdog.com

Blame the government, not Wall Street

Billionaire Steve Schwarzman warns of next financial crisis

That’s what billionaire private equity boss Steve Schwarzman argues in an op-ed he authored in The Wall Street Journal that was posted Tuesday night.

Schwarzman is the latest financial CEO to warn that new laws put in place after the Great Recession are likely to cause a liquidity crisis that could tank the economy again.

“A liquidity drought can exacerbate, or even trigger, the next financial crisis. Sellers will offer securities, but there will be no buyers,” wrote Schwarzman, founder of Blackstone (BX), one of the world’s largest private equity firms.

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Problematic regulation: He acknowledged that the Dodd-Frank law has made the banking system stronger by requiring banks to hold more liquid assets on hand (translation: cash or assets that can be easily sold in times of duress). However, there are unintended consequences.

Since banks are holding on to more assets, there simply aren’t as many buyers and sellers of stocks, bonds and other investments. He cites a Deutsche Bank (DB) report that said corporate bond inventories are down 90% since 2001.

“Taken together, these regulatory changes may well fuel the next financial crisis as well as slow U.S. economic growth,” he warns. Investors got a small preview in October of what could be coming when the bond market got spooked and experienced a massive swing.

More red flags: Economist Nouriel Roubini, who correctly predicted the 2008 financial crisis, recently made similar comments.

Roubini warned of the existence of a “liquidity time bomb” that he fears will eventually “trigger a bust and a collapse” in the market.

While Roubini believes increased regulation is a factor, he also says the rise of lightening-fast computer trading contributes to the problem and that the Federal Reserve’s unprecedented efforts to stimulate economic growth have also likely created asset bubbles.

JPMorgan (JPM) CEO Jamie Dimon has gone as far as to say that Wall Street is “under assault” now from regulators. The Dodd-Frank regulations have made it harder for banks to make as much money as they did in the past, especially from trading.

There’s an ongoing debate in Washington about what’s a good amount of regulation for banks. Some politicians — most notably Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren — have called for big banks like JPMorgan Chase to break up so they won’t be as big of a threat to financial markets if something goes wrong.

Schwarzman argues that small and medium-sized banks have been hurt even more by Dodd-Frank and that no bank — big or small — will want to lend or trade much in the next big crisis.

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Source: Wall Street Journal / CNNMoney

France steps up monitoring of cash

The French Finance Minister Michel Sapin, has announced a drastic tightening of the use of cash in France. As the newspaper Le Parisien reported, citizens will be strictly monitored beginning September 2015 if they make payments in cash. Restrictions will include:

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  • A limit on cash payments will be reduced from 3,000 euros to 1,000 euros.
  • Tourists can only pay up to 10,000 euros in cash, so far there were 15,000 euros.
  • If a Frenchman wants to change money into another currency, it must still do to 1,000 euros without identification only. So far,
  • French could buy foreign currencies for 8,000 euros.
  • If a bank customer stands out more than 10,000 euros a month from his account, the bank must report the transaction to the
  • Money Laundering Authority TRACFIN.
  • Banks must inform the authorities of all cargo transfers within the EU that exceeds 10,000 euros. This regulation impacts
  • checks, pre-paid cards, and even gold.
    The control of crypto-currencies like Bitcoin are set to be tightened drastically.

My question for you: how will your country, if they did the same as France (even the United States), react? How will it affect your money? What will happen with your purchasing power? 

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Central Banks Start To Swindle Each Other, Not Just Public

Central banks around the world have teamed up to fleece the public for centuries. Last week, the Swiss National Bank broke rank by not only lying to the public – but by lying to their Central Banking cohorts.

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The Trade Of The Century by Buying Gold

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Marc Faber – People will wake up finally that if they could short Central Banks that would be The Trade Of The Century by Buying Gold. Central Banks Will Be Exposed for What Fraud they Commit. The Banks Have Produced the Biggest Financial Crisis since the Depression…

__For those familiar with the work of Marc Faber, it shouldn’t be surprising that his best trade idea is on the short side. But what is it interesting is precisely what Faber is looking at to short side.

Marc Faber: “My view is that when confidence in central banks finally collapses, then gold has a 30 percent upside potential, easily, this year,” he said.

Gold has actually had a nice run already in 2015, rising more than $100 per troy ounce, and enjoying the best seven-day streak since 2007. Of course, gold is still down sharply from the $1,923 level that hit back in 2011.

To generate more leverage to the upside, Faber also recommends owning shares of the junior gold miners. In fact, he calls them “the only stocks that I think have a great upside potential from here.”

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