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This is Going to Be a Doozy!

Tomorrow, October 20, we start our annual Irrational Economic Summit… and it’s likely to be the timeliest one yet. Stocks broke an important level on Thursday, October 13, and this

Housing Market

China’s Orgasmic Real Estate Bubble

No question about it. China definitely takes the cake when it comes to bubble creation. The government encouraged everyday people to speculate in stocks in late 2014 and 2015 to


Will We See a U.S. Split?

People don’t think I’m being serious when I say that this country could experience a split that makes Brexit look like a tempest in a teacup. I’m talking about our


How Deutsche Bank Could Take Down Germany

The first bad news broke following the third quarter of 2015. Deutsche Bank reported a loss of $7 billion. The news just keeps coming with low or negative earnings thanks


This Crash and Recession Indicator Warns: Extreme Danger

When it comes to spotting danger periods for recessions, and especially major crashes, the Boom/Bust Cycle lets us see when stock crashes and recessions are most likely to occur. As

Foreign Markets

London Bridge is Falling Down

I just got back from a seminar in London. I spoke there late last year for Graham Rowan, who heads the Elite Investor Club. This time, my promoters in Australia,


Bubbles Don’t Correct, They Burst!

I keep going on the media and saying that we’re going to see the greatest bubble burst in modern history, after the greatest bubbles in history have clearly formed… But


The Bubble Burst You Didn’t See Coming

I keep saying that in the next great crash, everything will get swept up in the onslaught – with virtually no exceptions. And that goes too for what we eat!


Global Banks are Dead in the Water

Anyone who doesn’t recognize that we’re facing a serious debt and financial bubble has either been living under a rock, or has retreated into their own fantasy la-la-land to cope


We’ve Reached the Zero Point of Debt Creation

Forty-five years and counting. We’ve been on a debt spree since the early 1970s when we went off the gold standard, covering every possible angle. Trade deficits, government deficits, unfunded