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Re: could it be the next financial bubble?
« Reply #45 on: October 03, 2019, 04:41:40 AM »
BUT we shouldn't panic just yet with global assets set to reach some $300 trillion.

My overall theory with these bubbles/extremes in volatility is that there is some hidden conspiracy going on, whereby a few very wealthy individuals are set to capitalise by rocking the financial boat every decade or so, and make sure they are well placed to profit....just a thought ;)

https://www.usatoday.com/story/money/economy/2018/10/18/global-wealth-317-trillion-us-share-98-trillion/38195375/


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Re: could it be the next financial bubble?
« Reply #46 on: October 03, 2019, 05:10:39 AM »
HOWEVER when you add into the equation household debt - the total global debt rockets to some $244 trillion and looking at the rate of growth these figures are as alarming as corporate debt.  Australia household debt growth from 71% GDP to 121% GDP since 2000 //  Canada 59% to 100% // Greece 13 to 56 // Italy 22 to 41 // notable exceptions being the UK and US which are flat or lower..

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_household_debt

Therefore any slow down in economic growth will leave this debt time bomb ready to explode!


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Re: could it be the next financial bubble?
« Reply #47 on: October 03, 2019, 01:49:45 PM »
HOWEVER when you add into the equation household debt - the total global debt rockets to some $244 trillion and looking at the rate of growth these figures are as alarming as corporate debt.  Australia household debt growth from 71% GDP to 121% GDP since 2000 //  Canada 59% to 100% // Greece 13 to 56 // Italy 22 to 41 // notable exceptions being the UK and US which are flat or lower..

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_household_debt

Therefore any slow down in economic growth will leave this debt time bomb ready to explode!


In summary, my friend Pete, the Trump "actor" has created a Holywood style cinematic illusion, that the economy is doing great, when in fact, everything like him, is "fake news". When the creditors get this message and ask for their money back and they discover its all an "illusion", they and the rest of the economies will go "delusional"! So let's all go out and become really delusional and buy BTC's.  :D*

Do you think, Warren Buffet is delusional for hanging on to CASH, right now?

https://markets.businessinsider.com/news/stocks/warren-buffett-berkshire-hathaway-record-122-billion-cash-warns-crash-2019-8-1028476169


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Re: could it be the next financial bubble?
« Reply #48 on: October 03, 2019, 04:40:49 PM »
By the looks of it the next bubble may be Libra - every major regulator and their mother seem to be against it.

I doubt that such a "technical" issue will be responsible for world economic turn but rather excessive spending from major players like the USA, who's printing presses are on hyperspeed trying to give a facade that the economy is doing well when the underlying factors are rotting away any stability.
Let's wait and see what the recommendations the council of The Financial Stability Board comes up with.
I suspect Facebook, itself, will soon be broken up because it has grown too influential and too dangerous politically.

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If only. The US authorities don't seem too worried about monopoly issues - they allowed that Fox and Disney merger a while ago, for example.

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Re: could it be the next financial bubble?
« Reply #49 on: October 04, 2019, 12:38:50 AM »
US national debt rises $2 trillion under Trump.

https://www.cnn.com/2019/01/03/politics/trump-us-national-debt/index.html

Could it be that the US could go bankrupt should the Chinese flood the markets by selling US debt?


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I think everything is possible, Trump isn't God, there are will occur at certain time as Super Power losing control and might get down or bangkrupt

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Re: could it be the next financial bubble?
« Reply #50 on: October 04, 2019, 08:07:38 AM »
HOWEVER when you add into the equation household debt - the total global debt rockets to some $244 trillion and looking at the rate of growth these figures are as alarming as corporate debt.  Australia household debt growth from 71% GDP to 121% GDP since 2000 //  Canada 59% to 100% // Greece 13 to 56 // Italy 22 to 41 // notable exceptions being the UK and US which are flat or lower..

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_household_debt

Therefore any slow down in economic growth will leave this debt time bomb ready to explode!


In summary, my friend Pete, the Trump "actor" has created a Holywood style cinematic illusion, that the economy is doing great, when in fact, everything like him, is "fake news". When the creditors get this message and ask for their money back and they discover its all an "illusion", they and the rest of the economies will go "delusional"! So let's all go out and become really delusional and buy BTC's.  :D*

Do you think, Warren Buffet is delusional for hanging on to CASH, right now?

https://markets.businessinsider.com/news/stocks/warren-buffett-berkshire-hathaway-record-122-billion-cash-warns-crash-2019-8-1028476169


Regards,
HumbleTrader

LOL  and ready to buy the next big dip - the UK FTSE 100 has barely moved in 20 years, but if you had bought on the numerous dips you would very rich by now...all this becoming completely irrelevant if global warming destroys the planet in the next 50-100 years..what most people fail to appreciate is the positive feedback loop ( methane in Siberia melting permafsrost generating more methane..) which will be virtually impossible to stop once a certain threshold is reached..

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Re: could it be the next financial bubble?
« Reply #51 on: October 04, 2019, 10:28:35 AM »
HOWEVER when you add into the equation household debt - the total global debt rockets to some $244 trillion and looking at the rate of growth these figures are as alarming as corporate debt.  Australia household debt growth from 71% GDP to 121% GDP since 2000 //  Canada 59% to 100% // Greece 13 to 56 // Italy 22 to 41 // notable exceptions being the UK and US which are flat or lower..

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_household_debt

Therefore any slow down in economic growth will leave this debt time bomb ready to explode!


In summary, my friend Pete, the Trump "actor" has created a Holywood style cinematic illusion, that the economy is doing great, when in fact, everything like him, is "fake news". When the creditors get this message and ask for their money back and they discover its all an "illusion", they and the rest of the economies will go "delusional"! So let's all go out and become really delusional and buy BTC's.  :D*

Do you think, Warren Buffet is delusional for hanging on to CASH, right now?

https://markets.businessinsider.com/news/stocks/warren-buffett-berkshire-hathaway-record-122-billion-cash-warns-crash-2019-8-1028476169


Regards,
HumbleTrader

LOL  and ready to buy the next big dip - the UK FTSE 100 has barely moved in 20 years, but if you had bought on the numerous dips you would very rich by now...all this becoming completely irrelevant if global warming destroys the planet in the next 50-100 years..what most people fail to appreciate is the positive feedback loop ( methane in Siberia melting permafsrost generating more methane..) which will be virtually impossible to stop once a certain threshold is reached..


Hello Pete.

Let me know what you think of this post by a "friend of mine"   ;). Specifically about the "baby boomers", generation.

https://iliasleousis.blogspot.com/2019/09/episode-xlii-open-letter-to-greta.html


Regards,
HumbleTrader
« Last Edit: October 04, 2019, 10:30:40 AM by Humble Trader's Fx »
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Re: could it be the next financial bubble?
« Reply #52 on: October 04, 2019, 01:14:10 PM »
HOWEVER when you add into the equation household debt - the total global debt rockets to some $244 trillion and looking at the rate of growth these figures are as alarming as corporate debt.  Australia household debt growth from 71% GDP to 121% GDP since 2000 //  Canada 59% to 100% // Greece 13 to 56 // Italy 22 to 41 // notable exceptions being the UK and US which are flat or lower..

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_household_debt

Therefore any slow down in economic growth will leave this debt time bomb ready to explode!


In summary, my friend Pete, the Trump "actor" has created a Holywood style cinematic illusion, that the economy is doing great, when in fact, everything like him, is "fake news". When the creditors get this message and ask for their money back and they discover its all an "illusion", they and the rest of the economies will go "delusional"! So let's all go out and become really delusional and buy BTC's.  :D*

Do you think, Warren Buffet is delusional for hanging on to CASH, right now?

https://markets.businessinsider.com/news/stocks/warren-buffett-berkshire-hathaway-record-122-billion-cash-warns-crash-2019-8-1028476169


Regards,
HumbleTrader

LOL  and ready to buy the next big dip - the UK FTSE 100 has barely moved in 20 years, but if you had bought on the numerous dips you would very rich by now...all this becoming completely irrelevant if global warming destroys the planet in the next 50-100 years..what most people fail to appreciate is the positive feedback loop ( methane in Siberia melting permafsrost generating more methane..) which will be virtually impossible to stop once a certain threshold is reached..


Hello Pete.

Let me know what you think of this post by a "friend of mine"   ;). Specifically about the "baby boomers", generation.

https://iliasleousis.blogspot.com/2019/09/episode-xlii-open-letter-to-greta.html


Regards,
HumbleTrader

Dear humble trader, when was the last time you made any money out of your own calls?

were we in a recession last December when the market made the biggest fall since 2008? Just open your eyes and follow the trend.

Cheers,

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Re: could it be the next financial bubble?
« Reply #53 on: October 04, 2019, 04:32:51 PM »
HOWEVER when you add into the equation household debt - the total global debt rockets to some $244 trillion and looking at the rate of growth these figures are as alarming as corporate debt.  Australia household debt growth from 71% GDP to 121% GDP since 2000 //  Canada 59% to 100% // Greece 13 to 56 // Italy 22 to 41 // notable exceptions being the UK and US which are flat or lower..

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_household_debt

Therefore any slow down in economic growth will leave this debt time bomb ready to explode!


In summary, my friend Pete, the Trump "actor" has created a Holywood style cinematic illusion, that the economy is doing great, when in fact, everything like him, is "fake news". When the creditors get this message and ask for their money back and they discover its all an "illusion", they and the rest of the economies will go "delusional"! So let's all go out and become really delusional and buy BTC's.  :D*

Do you think, Warren Buffet is delusional for hanging on to CASH, right now?

https://markets.businessinsider.com/news/stocks/warren-buffett-berkshire-hathaway-record-122-billion-cash-warns-crash-2019-8-1028476169


Regards,
HumbleTrader

LOL  and ready to buy the next big dip - the UK FTSE 100 has barely moved in 20 years, but if you had bought on the numerous dips you would very rich by now...all this becoming completely irrelevant if global warming destroys the planet in the next 50-100 years..what most people fail to appreciate is the positive feedback loop ( methane in Siberia melting permafsrost generating more methane..) which will be virtually impossible to stop once a certain threshold is reached..


Hello Pete.

Let me know what you think of this post by a "friend of mine"   ;). Specifically about the "baby boomers", generation.

https://iliasleousis.blogspot.com/2019/09/episode-xlii-open-letter-to-greta.html


Regards,
HumbleTrader

Dear humble trader, when was the last time you made any money out of your own calls?

were we in a recession last December when the market made the biggest fall since 2008? Just open your eyes and follow the trend.

Cheers,

Dear Nasdaq.

Good advise, but what "call" of mine are you referring to, can you be more specific (show post of mine) or are you just giving free advice to all of us, according to guru Nas100? ;)

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Re: could it be the next financial bubble?
« Reply #54 on: October 05, 2019, 09:18:31 AM »
HOWEVER when you add into the equation household debt - the total global debt rockets to some $244 trillion and looking at the rate of growth these figures are as alarming as corporate debt.  Australia household debt growth from 71% GDP to 121% GDP since 2000 //  Canada 59% to 100% // Greece 13 to 56 // Italy 22 to 41 // notable exceptions being the UK and US which are flat or lower..

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_household_debt

Therefore any slow down in economic growth will leave this debt time bomb ready to explode!


In summary, my friend Pete, the Trump "actor" has created a Holywood style cinematic illusion, that the economy is doing great, when in fact, everything like him, is "fake news". When the creditors get this message and ask for their money back and they discover its all an "illusion", they and the rest of the economies will go "delusional"! So let's all go out and become really delusional and buy BTC's.  :D*

Do you think, Warren Buffet is delusional for hanging on to CASH, right now?

https://markets.businessinsider.com/news/stocks/warren-buffett-berkshire-hathaway-record-122-billion-cash-warns-crash-2019-8-1028476169


Regards,
HumbleTrader

LOL  and ready to buy the next big dip - the UK FTSE 100 has barely moved in 20 years, but if you had bought on the numerous dips you would very rich by now...all this becoming completely irrelevant if global warming destroys the planet in the next 50-100 years..what most people fail to appreciate is the positive feedback loop ( methane in Siberia melting permafsrost generating more methane..) which will be virtually impossible to stop once a certain threshold is reached..


Hello Pete.

Let me know what you think of this post by a "friend of mine"   ;). Specifically about the "baby boomers", generation.

https://iliasleousis.blogspot.com/2019/09/episode-xlii-open-letter-to-greta.html


Regards,
HumbleTrader

Thnks Humble - yes it is somewhat ironic that after the worlds last most destructive event (WW2) the resulting baby boomers are thrust into the next - the global warming impact being far worse than any nuclear bomb. The really ironic thing will be if a giant meteor makes all this immaterial, and returns us all to atoms to start the cosmos cycle all over again...

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Re: could it be the next financial bubble?
« Reply #55 on: October 05, 2019, 09:57:15 AM »
HOWEVER when you add into the equation household debt - the total global debt rockets to some $244 trillion and looking at the rate of growth these figures are as alarming as corporate debt.  Australia household debt growth from 71% GDP to 121% GDP since 2000 //  Canada 59% to 100% // Greece 13 to 56 // Italy 22 to 41 // notable exceptions being the UK and US which are flat or lower..

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_household_debt

Therefore any slow down in economic growth will leave this debt time bomb ready to explode!


In summary, my friend Pete, the Trump "actor" has created a Holywood style cinematic illusion, that the economy is doing great, when in fact, everything like him, is "fake news". When the creditors get this message and ask for their money back and they discover its all an "illusion", they and the rest of the economies will go "delusional"! So let's all go out and become really delusional and buy BTC's.  :D*

Do you think, Warren Buffet is delusional for hanging on to CASH, right now?

https://markets.businessinsider.com/news/stocks/warren-buffett-berkshire-hathaway-record-122-billion-cash-warns-crash-2019-8-1028476169


Regards,
HumbleTrader

LOL  and ready to buy the next big dip - the UK FTSE 100 has barely moved in 20 years, but if you had bought on the numerous dips you would very rich by now...all this becoming completely irrelevant if global warming destroys the planet in the next 50-100 years..what most people fail to appreciate is the positive feedback loop ( methane in Siberia melting permafsrost generating more methane..) which will be virtually impossible to stop once a certain threshold is reached..


Hello Pete.

Let me know what you think of this post by a "friend of mine"   ;). Specifically about the "baby boomers", generation.

https://iliasleousis.blogspot.com/2019/09/episode-xlii-open-letter-to-greta.html


Regards,
HumbleTrader

Thnks Humble - yes it is somewhat ironic that after the worlds last most destructive event (WW2) the resulting baby boomers are thrust into the next - the global warming impact being far worse than any nuclear bomb. The really ironic thing will be if a giant meteor makes all this immaterial, and returns us all to atoms to start the cosmos cycle all over again...

 "From dust, we come to dust we will return." But I love to be in this garden of Eden. Damn!

Let's enjoy the time we have left, my friend.

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Re: could it be the next financial bubble?
« Reply #56 on: October 05, 2019, 02:11:02 PM »
HOWEVER when you add into the equation household debt - the total global debt rockets to some $244 trillion and looking at the rate of growth these figures are as alarming as corporate debt.  Australia household debt growth from 71% GDP to 121% GDP since 2000 //  Canada 59% to 100% // Greece 13 to 56 // Italy 22 to 41 // notable exceptions being the UK and US which are flat or lower..

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_household_debt

Therefore any slow down in economic growth will leave this debt time bomb ready to explode!


In summary, my friend Pete, the Trump "actor" has created a Holywood style cinematic illusion, that the economy is doing great, when in fact, everything like him, is "fake news". When the creditors get this message and ask for their money back and they discover its all an "illusion", they and the rest of the economies will go "delusional"! So let's all go out and become really delusional and buy BTC's.  :D*

Do you think, Warren Buffet is delusional for hanging on to CASH, right now?

https://markets.businessinsider.com/news/stocks/warren-buffett-berkshire-hathaway-record-122-billion-cash-warns-crash-2019-8-1028476169


Regards,
HumbleTrader

LOL  and ready to buy the next big dip - the UK FTSE 100 has barely moved in 20 years, but if you had bought on the numerous dips you would very rich by now...all this becoming completely irrelevant if global warming destroys the planet in the next 50-100 years..what most people fail to appreciate is the positive feedback loop ( methane in Siberia melting permafsrost generating more methane..) which will be virtually impossible to stop once a certain threshold is reached..


Hello Pete.

Let me know what you think of this post by a "friend of mine"   ;). Specifically about the "baby boomers", generation.

https://iliasleousis.blogspot.com/2019/09/episode-xlii-open-letter-to-greta.html


Regards,
HumbleTrader

Dear humble trader, when was the last time you made any money out of your own calls?

were we in a recession last December when the market made the biggest fall since 2008? Just open your eyes and follow the trend.

Cheers,

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Re: could it be the next financial bubble?
« Reply #57 on: October 22, 2019, 02:42:41 PM »
Stay calm and keep your gold with you. Recessions have been and will be part of economic development all over the world, I dont see a problem here. What is good about it is that everything will be cheap for purchase, in other words, recession is actually good barging time

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Re: could it be the next financial bubble?
« Reply #58 on: November 05, 2019, 04:00:35 PM »
I agree. When in doubt turn to Gold, that has worked for centuries for everyone. :D

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Re: could it be the next financial bubble?
« Reply #59 on: December 29, 2019, 10:19:26 AM »
I do not think so, but sometimes life brings surprises and you can expect anything.

 

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