Recent headlines that you won’t find in the mainstream fake news indicate some very serious financial warnings that you might want to pay attention to:

Note: Do not rely on what you hear in the mainstream news media. They are not going to put out warning signs or even a hint of any potential or impending financial-economic downturn, and they certainly won’t hint of potential calamity. Their mission is to propagandize. Everything that you hear from them is purposed towards their aim and their agenda – and we know which way that points… Once you understand that, you will have a better chance to be prepared for actual risks that you are indeed facing. Look elsewhere.

These headlines are from a variety of alternative news sites during the past few days:


“There Is Something Historically Unusual About Today’s Market”

“Mauldin Warns The Next Recession May Be A Complete Reset Of All Asset Valuations”

“Pending Home Sales Crash Most In 3 Years, Hit By “Double Whammy” Of Price, Inventory”

“How Long Can The Fed Keep The Boom Going?”

“…the boom cannot continue indefinitely. There are two alternatives… The depression follows in both instances.”

“Paul Singer Warns “All Hell Will Break Loose”

“The Real Signs That Matter – There’s A Good Reason They Call It A Depression”

There aren’t many left from the generation who experienced the Great Depression, and so for the overwhelming majority of people especially in the developed world there is simply no personal frame of reference…

“Lance Roberts: This Market Is Like A Tanker Of Gasoline”

“How Debt-Asset Bubbles Implode: The Supernova Model Of Financial Collapse”

“Barclays Director: Precarious Debt Crisis Could Reverberate Around The World”

“This Market Is Crazy”: Hedge Fund Returns Hundreds Of Millions To Clients Citing Imminent “Calamity”

“Will The Crazy Global Debt Bubble Ever End?”

Wait – there’s more:


We’ve been playing two games to mask insolvency: one is to pay the costs of rampant debt today by borrowing even more from future earnings, and the second is to create wealth out of thin air via asset bubbles. All the games end badly.

Historically the concept of debt as a asset is fine until the day the debt cannot be carried or cannot be recouped or repaid as at that point both the debtor and holder of the debt have nothing. So the idea today that owning debt instruments be it mortgages or loans that are owed to you is only as good as the ability to pay.

there are only three kinds of assets that have intrinsic value in difficult times….. productive assets that have a daily need, think toothpaste or a razor…. alternative stores of value that encompass everything from eggs to gold….. lastly the knowledge and experience in your head that is needed by society, think shoemaker…

The rest of so called assets from the trivial to the fashion (new phones, or the seasonal hue of blue in a suit or jeans) are nice but not necessary as you can do without and will do so when push comes to shove.

When this bubble pops, we will see quickly the realities of the day.

From Greg Hunter and Chris Martenson:

Resource analyst and futurist Chris Martenson says, “I’d rather look stupid now than look stupid later.” Martenson thinks the stock market rise since the last crash is mostly manufactured by central banks. Martenson explains, “What in the heck is going on is real simple. We have central banks who have now taken over everything in the markets. Let’s be clear, markets go up when they are really well supplied with liquidity. We have $200 billion or more a month coming into these markets . . . these central banks are dumping $200 billion, sometimes as much as $250 billion a month into the markets.”

Martenson thinks what the central bankers are doing will not go on forever. Martenson contends, “The mantra of the entire system in D.C. and Wall Street has been let’s just borrow more. Let’s just kick the can down the road. I don’t know when that ends or when that breaks, but it’s mathematically impossible that this all gets paid off at this point.

So, the question remains, who’s going to eat the losses? In times past, the banks have been very good at heads they win and tails you lose or we lose. . . . I think this ends badly because it’s very, very unfair. That unfairness will bring social consequences. People are primates, and we don’t like unfair. . . .

That level of injustice is building. If you don’t understand that base level of injustice, you don’t really understand why Trump got elected. You don’t understand why populism is rising all over the globe. It’s because “We the People” are starting to figure this out. It’s a scam, and if it looks and smells like a fraud, it’s a fraud. The markets are highly fraudulent at this point. They’re very, very rigged.”


Be prepared for the financial collapse which will one day surely rock the world. It will tear through the very fabric of our modern day way of life and it will affect most everyone in very bad ways. People will revolt. It will be a very dangerous time.

First things first… Prepping and Preparedness.

Whenever I write anything about the upcoming economic hard times (or collapse), I always indicate that one should first spend their money and efforts on standard preparedness and the numerous things that go along with it. Plenty of food storage. Strengthen your personal and home security. The various inventories that accompany that and other categories of prepping and being prepared.

Next things next… Diversifying dollars.

When the financial bubbles burst, it might not be the end of the world. It will at the very least mean that many, many people will go through hard times while today’s financial and economic systems either reset or are modified or replaced. While it may not be all out collapse whereby you raise the drawbridge to your moat and begin defending your castle, it may mean that you will lose a large value portion of your so called “money” or “investments”.

To help mitigate that, or to minimize or even thrive from that, you might consider converting some of your paper money into silver bullion. Silver is historically inexpensive right now and is an affordable mechanism to convert devaluing dollars to a tangible asset that has been considered “money” for thousands of years. It will hold its value through any reset.

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Everyone prepares in their own way. Everyone has their own circumstances, their own unique financial capabilities, and their own opinions regarding what is coming our way.

That said, at least don’t be lulled into the false sense of security that our financial health as a nation and as a modern developed world is indeed healthy. The reality in my opinion (and that of many others smarter than me) is that we are terminal. It’s just a matter of time…

It is a mathematical certainty.

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