This doesn't look good from any angle & for those that have
money in shares please remember this; no computer in the world can
spit out an answer that some person has not put in there----, sooooo,
all these rises are just to suck more people into throwing more money
into shares so that when it all collapses there is much less
money/freedom to do anything - like survive!
This has been the nwo plans since Adam was a cowboy and they are
trying to rush the collapse so the greatest damage is done to ordinary
people. I had the privilege of reading some of the one w gov
plans/manifest etc over 30yrs ago & I have watched them working
towards this since then. They get people to invest ( really its just
gambling ) in shares & they keep pushing the prices up until they
do an " adjustment", which means they collapse it all &
all the "investors " lose everything. Someone is
pushing your buttons when you invest, just as they are pushing buttons
to manipulate the market.
If you don't believe that, there is nothing anyone can do for you
because if you invest you WILL lose your shirt & everything you
have tied up in it. This is why I & others around the world have
been busy sending out all this "stuff " for yrs so you wont
Only YAH can see you through & only HE promises to provide for
& to protect all those who look to, lean on, & trust in HIM.
Subject: FW: FYI: Predictions for the rest of 2010
2010 Outlook from a
group of 25 European Economists with a 90% accuracy rating- We
anticipate a sudden intensification of the crisis in the second half
of 2010, caused by a double effect of a catching up of events which
were temporarily « frozen » in the second half of 2009 and the
impossibility of maintaining the palliative remedies of past years.
There is a perfect (economic) storm coming within the
global financial markets and inevitable pressure on interest rates in
the U.S. The injection of zero-cost money into the Western banking
system has failed to restart the economy. Despite zero-cost money, the
system has stalled. It is slowly rolling over into the next big
down wave, which in Elliott Wave terminology will be Super
Cycle Wave Three, or in common language, "THE BIG ONE,
WHERE WE ALL GO OVER THE FALLS TOGETHER."
Forecasts on the
economy. He sees the real estate market continuing to decline, and
advised people to invest in precious metals and
commodities, as well as keeping cash at home in a safe place in case
of bank closures. The stock market, after peaking in March or April
(around 10,850), will fall all the way down to somewhere between 2450
and 4125 during the next leg down.
STREET JOURNAL- (2/2010)
witnessing a fundamental breakdown of the American dream, a systemic
breakdown of our democracy and our capitalism, a breakdown driven by
the blind insatiable greed of Wall Street: Dysfunctional government,
insane markets, economy on the brink. Multiply that many times over
and see a world in total disarray. Ignore it now,
tomorrow will be too late."
months of 2010, Americans will continue to live in the 'unreality'...the
period between July and October is when the financial fireworks will
begin. The Fed will act unilaterally for its own survival
irrespective of any political implications ...(source is from insider
at FED meetings). In the last quarter of the year we could even
see Martial law, which is more likely for the first 6 months
of 2011. The FDIC will collapse in September 2010. Commercial
real estate is set to implode in 2010. Wall Street believes
there is a 100% chance of crash in bond market, especially municipals
sometime during 2010. The dollar will be devalued by the end of 2010.
and the "Crash of 2010". 40% devaluation at first = the
greatest depression, worse than the Great Depression.
In the summer of
1998, based on classified data about the state of the U.S. economy and
society supplied to him by fellow FAPSI analysts, Panarin forecast
the probable disintegration of the USA into six parts in 2010
(at the end of June – start of July 2010, as he specified on 10
projected that the third and final stage of the economic collapse will
begin sometime in 2010. Barring some kind of financial
miracle, or the complete dissolution of the Federal Reserve, a snowballing
implosion should become visible by the end of this year. The
behavior of the Fed, along with that of the IMF seems to suggest that they
are preparing for a focused collapse, peaking within weeks or
months instead of years, and the most certain fall of the dollar.
July and onward
things get very strange. Revolution. Dollar dead by November
A very likely
second crash by late 2010. The coming depression (starts around the
summer of 2010). Dent sees the stock market--currently benefiting from
upward momentum and peppier economic activity--headed for a very brief
and pleasant run that could lift the Dow to the 10,700-11,500 range
from its current level of about 10.090. But then, he sees the market
running into a stone wall, which will be followed by a nasty stock
market decline (starting in early March to late April) that could
drive down the Dow later this year to 3,000-5,000, with his best
guess about 3,800.
Russell (Market Expert)
(from 2/3/10) says
the bear market rally is in the process of breaking up and panic is on
the way. He sees a full correction of the entire rise from the 2002
low of 7,286 to the bull market high of 14,164.53 set on October 9,
2007. The halfway level of retracement was 10,725. The total
retracement was to 6,547.05 on March 9, 2009. He now sees the Dow
falling to 7,286 and if that level does not hold, “I see it sinking
to its 1980-82 area low of Dow 1,000.” The current action is
the worst he has ever seen. (Bob Chapman says for Russell to
make such a startling statement is unusual because he never cries wolf
and is almost never wrong)
(Professor of Economics)
Predicted in July
2007 that what was going to happen was that by mid 2010 there is going
to be a crisis only comparable to the one in 1929. From October 2009
to May 2010 people will begin to see things are not working out the
way the government thought. In May of 2010, the crisis starts with all
its force and continues and strengthens throughout 2011. He
accurately predicted the current recession and market crash to the
The crisis is
accelerating and will become worse week by week until the whole system
grinds into a collapse, likely sometime this year. And when it does, it
will be the greatest collapse since the fall of the Roman Empire.
There is no
precedence for the panic and chaos that will occur in 2010.
The global food supply/demand picture has NEVER been so out of
balance. The 2010 food crisis will rearrange economic,
financial, and political order of the world, and those who
aren’t prepared will suffer terrible losses…As the dollar loses
most of its value, America's savings will be wiped out.
The US service economy will disintegrate as consumer spending in real
terms (ie: gold or other stable currencies) drops like a rock, bringing
unemployment to levels exceeding the great depression. Public
health services/programs will be cut back, as individuals will have no
savings/credit/income to pay for medical care. Value of most
investments will be wiped out. The US debt markets will freeze
again, this time permanently. There will be no buyers except at the
most drastic of firesale prices, and inflation will wipe away value
before credit markets have any chance at recovery. The panic in 2010
will see the majority of derivatives end up worthless. Since global
derivatives markets operate on the assumption of the continued stable
value of the dollar and short term US debt, using derivatives to bet
against the dollar is NOT a good idea. The panic in 2010 will
see the majority of derivatives end up worthless. The dollar's
collapse will rob US consumers of all purchasing power, and any
investment that depends on US consumption will lose most of its value.
Report (Trends Forecast)
Going into 2010,
the trends seemed to lead nowhere or towards oblivion.
Geo-politically, the Middle East was and is trending towards some sort
of military clash, most likely by mid-year, but perhaps sooner...At
the moment, it seems 2010 is shaping up to be a year of absolute
chaos. We see trends for war between Israel and her neighbors
that will shake every facet of human activity...In the
event of war, we see all other societal trends being thoroughly
disrupted...Iran will most likely shut off the flow of oil from the
Persian Gulf. This will have immense consequences for the world’s
economy. Oil prices will skyrocket into the stratosphere and become so
expensive that world’s economies will collapse. There are also trend
indicators along economic lines that point to the potential for
a total meltdown of the world’s financial system with major
crisis points developing with the change of each quarter of the year. 2010
could be a meltdown year for the world’s economy, regardless
of what goes on in the Middle East.
I believe we are
headed to new market highs between 10780-11241 over the next few
months. The most likely time frame for the top is the April-May area.
Remember the evidence IMHO still says we are in a bear market rally with
a major decline to follow once this rally ends.
In my estimation,
there is still close to an 80% probability (Bayes' Rule) that a second
market plunge and economic downturn will unfold during 2010.
Founder of Elliott
Wave International, implores retail investors stay away from the
markets… for now. Prechter, who was bullish near the lows in March
2009, now says the stock market “is in a topping area, “predicting
another crash in 2010 that will bring stocks below the 2009 low. His
word to the wise, “be patient, don’t rush it” keep your
money in cash and cash equivalents.
Director at the Foundation for the Study of Cycles- Because of a
convergence of numerous cycles all at once, the stock market may go up
for a little while, but will crash in 2010 and reach all-time
lows late 2012. Mogey says that the 2008 crash was nothing
compared to the coming crash. Gold may correct in 2009, but will go up
in 2010 and peak in 2011. Silver will follow gold.
Kunstler (January 2010)
The economy as
we’ve known it simply can’t go on, which James Howard Kunstler has
been saying all along. The shenanigans with stimulus and bailouts will
just compound the central problem with debt. There’s not much
longer to go before the whole thing collapses and dies. Six
Months to Live- The economy that is. Especially the part that consists
of swapping paper certificates. That’s the buzz I’ve gotten the
first two weeks of 2010.
opinion, the market is now perfectly positioned for a massive dollar
sell-off. The fundamentals for the dollar in 2010 are so much worse
than they were in 2008 that it is hard to imagine a reason for people
to keep buying once a modicum of political and monetary stability can
be restored in Europe. In fact, the euro has recently stabilized. My
gut is that the dollar sell-off will be sharp and swift. Once the
dollar decisively breaks below last year's lows, many of the traders
who jumped ship in the recent rally will look to re-establish their
positions. This will accelerate the dollar's descent and refocus
everyone's attention back on the financial train-wreck unfolding in
the United States. Any doubts about the future of the U.S. dollar
should be laid to rest by today's announcement that San Francisco
Federal Reserve President Janet Yellen has been nominated to be Vice
Chair of the Fed's Board of Governors, and thereby a voter on the
interest rate-setting, seven-member Open Markets Committee. Ms. Yellen
has earned a reputation for being one of the biggest inflation doves
among the Fed's top players." Schiff is famous for his accurate
predictions of the economic events of 2008.
30-50% by end of year. It will become very difficult for the
average American to afford to buy even food. This was revealed
to him through an Illuminati insider.
Economist working for US Gov't (GLP)
What we have
experienced the last two years is nothing to what we are going to
experience this year. If you have a job now...you may not have it in
three to six months. (by August 2010). Stock market will fall = great
depression. Foreign investors stop financing debt = collapse. 6.2
million are about to lose their unemployment.
DOW will fall below
7,000 before mid summer 2010- Dollar will rise above 95 on the dollar
index before mid summer 2010- Gold will bottom out below $800 before
mid summer 2010- Silver will bottom out below $10 before mid summer
2010- CA debt implosion will start its major downturn by mid summer
and hit crisis mode before Q4 2010- Dollar index will plunge below 65
between Q3 and Q4 2010- Commercial real estate will hit crisis mode in
Q4 2010- Over 35 states will be bailed out by end of Q4 2010 by the US
tax payer. End of Q4 2010 gold will hit $1,600 and silver
jump to $35 an oz.
Markets up until
mid-to-late-summer. Then "all hell breaks lose" from then on
through the rest of the year.
The Gold Bull
from the Casey Research newsletter]
Q. At what
price do the gold stocks catch fire?
Some years ago, we had someone spend the better part of a week in a
musty storeroom full of old Canadian newspapers, paging through past
issues and recording the price and volumes of the gold stocks during the
last big run-up, in the 1970s. We then compared that data to the gold
price in inflation-adjusted dollars in order to determine the price that
the broader investment public began piling into the gold. The number
worked out to about $1,250 per ounce in today’s dollars. In other
words, when gold decisively takes out $1,250 an ounce and holds above
that level, if history is a guide, we may start seeing the average guy
on the street – and the institutions – start to pile into the
Of course, while
interesting from an historical perspective, that analysis has no
scientific basis. The key point, therefore, is that during the last big
gold bull market the public wasn’t involved in the gold stocks when
they should have been – in the run-up phase – but rather only piled
in after the price of gold bullion soared, relatively late in the bull
market. So far, the average Joe and Jill are just not in this market.
But, they will be.
Q. How high
do you think gold will rise?
We were recently asked how high we thought the dollar price of gold
would reach in this bull market.
My response was that
there really is no way of actually forecasting that number, for the
simple reason that, in a fiat currency regime, the underlying unit of
valuation is so intangible. Let’s say you lived in Zimbabwe some years
ago, and owned an ounce of gold. One day your ounce might be worth 1,000
of the local currency units. A year later, it might be 1,000,000. Or,
While the U.S. is no
Zimbabwe – at least not yet – its currency is just as intangible,
for the simple reason that the government can print the stuff pretty
much at will. To say that gold will go to $5,000 in the current crisis
is really just another way of saying that the dollar currency unit will
fall by some significant degree. But, given the uncertainty in the
economy, and unknown of what actions the government and the Fed might
take next, we really can’t know how much purchasing power the currency
unit will lose in the months and years just ahead.
To date, the
government has been extraordinarily – breathtakingly – willing to
abuse the dollar. They have largely gotten away with it so far, but that
certainly doesn’t mean they have gotten away with it. When the time
comes for the piper to be paid, we suspect he’ll be paid pennies on
the dollar… which could easily result in gold trading for $3,000,
$5,000, $10,000 per ounce – but, who knows, maybe even
The point is, given
the choice between dollars and gold, you are far more likely to preserve
your wealth over the duration of this crisis better with gold.
Q. Is the
gold bull market getting old? How much longer can it last?
Having been around and actively involved in hard assets – as the
editor of “Gold Newsletter” and the conference director of the New
Orleans Conference – during the last big gold bull, I hope I can
provide some useful perspective.
For instance, I can
well recall in late 1979 when all of the many gurus of the day were
predicting gold would keep going higher and higher still. Well, as we
all know, it didn’t.
about this time around is that there is almost no scenario we can
envisage that is going to kick the legs out from under the gold market
– at least any time soon. In contrast, in the late 1970s, the gold
bulls coulda/shoulda seen that the Fed had a lot of room to act – i.e.
by pushing up interest rates – in order to tackle the price inflation
that was the key driving force in the soaring gold prices of the time.
Today, the situation
is profoundly different. Starting with the fact that this is, at the
core, a debt crisis. And the one thing you can’t do in a debt crisis
is to encourage interest rates to rise. Look no further than Greece for
So, we have an
unprecedented monetary inflation, truly out-of-control sovereign
spending and debt, unprecedented levels of private debt, unprecedented
trade deficits, a massively overbuilt and overpriced post-bubble real
estate market and, importantly, near historically low interest rates.
So, we have to ask
ourselves – other than continuing to exercise its powers of fiat money
creation – what ammunition does the government have at its disposal to
address the structural problems of today’s economy? And, of course,
actually creating more money and more debt isn’t addressing the
structural problems, it is compounding them.
Of course, the
government can default on their sovereign obligations – an option I
think we’ll see Greece and others of the PIIGS take, and probably
They can also
continue to inflate, which we expect them all to do.
And they can… no,
actually, I think that about sums it up: default or inflate. In either
scenario, gold is going to be seen as the ultimate safe harbor.
the government see gold as a threat to its fiat currency and try to do
something about it?
Of course, governments might try any number of stunts that could affect
gold. For example, raising margin requirements to curb playing the
markets with leverage, or even attempting outright confiscation.
All we can do is to
monitor the situation closely and try to anticipate their next moves in
order to get out of the way. A number of people I know have opened
safety-deposit accounts in other countries as one way to hedge their
bets against confiscation. Others have bought numismatics – but be
careful on that front, because that can increase illiquidity.
It is not out of the
question, in my view, that before this is over we could see a
revaluation of gold in order to relink the U.S. dollar to it – because
sooner or later, as the crisis reaches its climax, something is going to
replace the fiat currencies – but at this stage it’s impossible to
guess what that will look like. If we did see a return to a gold
standard, then the government could actually be responsible for sending
gold up by many multiples.
to the present, at this point I can’t see anything that is going to
derail this bull market – but I do see a whole lot of things
with the potential to send it into the stratosphere.