New Harbinger Cycles 2017-2018 – Jonathan Cahn

Published on May 13, 2017
Category: Education
License:Standard YouTube License

Former Reagan Administration Official Is Warning Of A Financial Collapse Some Time ‘Between August And November’

IMG_0270.JPGIf a former Reagan administration official is correct, we are likely to see the next major financial collapse by the end of 2017. According to Wikipedia, David Stockman “is an author, former businessman and U.S. politician who served as a Republican U.S. Representative from the state of Michigan (1977–1981) and as the Director of the Office of Management and Budget (1981–1985) under President Ronald Reagan.” He has been frequently interviewed by mainstream news outlets such as CNBC, Bloomberg and PBS, and he is a highly respected voice in the financial community. Like other analysts, Stockman believes that the U.S. economy is in dire shape, and he told Greg Hunter during a recent interview that he is convinced that the S&P 500 could soon crash “by 40% or even more”… But even more alarming is what Stockman had to say about the potential timing of such a financial crash. According to Stockman, if he were to pick a time for the next major stock market plunge he would “target sometime between August and November”……..Read More

“They Know Something That We Don’t” – Corporate Insiders Are Unloading Their Stocks Like There’s No Tomorrow

stockmarketThere aren’t any surefire ways to tell if the stock market, and perhaps the rest of the economy, is about to take a nosedive. That’s because millions of people with millions of ideas are involved, so it’s an inherently unpredictable system. However, there are certain players in our economy that have a lot more influence and insider knowledge than the rest of us. So when they make a move in unison, you know there’s a good chance that something is about to go down. And that’s exactly what’s going on with the stock market right now. The people who would stand to lose the most if the markets crashed; the corporate executives and insiders, are all jumping ship and selling their stocks……….Read More

The ’51st U.S. State’ Declares Bankruptcy As Corporate Insiders Sell Stocks At The Fastest Rate Since The Last Financial Crisis

Putin and Russian General Warns of US Collapse In 28 May 2016 – America Could Be Taken Over

imageOver the past few years, many experts have been warning of a crisis heading our way. More specifically, the concerns have centered on the inevitable collapse of the U.S. dollar. Who has stated that he believes the U.S. financial system is on the road to disaster. Why are they panicking? Well, the short answer is that monetary stimulus is nearly at an end. But what does that mean for U.S. stock markets? Does it necessarily signal a U.S. dollar collapse in 2016? The answers are far from clear, but there are legitimate fears of an economic collapse. At the very least, a stock market crash is virtually guaranteed. Read More

China Rolls Out Emergency Measures To Prevent Stock Market Crash

china_shares1_300-300x220The government is anxiously monitoring the sharemarket to see if the new measures will halt a 30 percent plunge in the last three weeks, or if panicky investors who borrowed heavily to speculate on stocks will continue to sell. In an extraordinary weekend of policy moves, brokerages and fund managers vowed to buy massive amounts of stocks, helped by China’s state-backed margin finance company which in turn would be aided by a direct line of liquidity from the central bank. China has also orchestrated a halt to new share issues, with dozens of firms scrapping their IPO plans in separate but similarly worded statements over the weekend, in a tactic authorities have used before to support markets. Read Article

ALSO: China’s Stock Market Is Crashing, And The Chinese Are Trying To Do The Exact Same Thing America Did In 1929

Why We’re Headed Towards a ‘Cashless Society’

th-4The Dow is back under 18,000 points after yesterday’s 178-point — or 1% — drop. Gold continues to wander around, apparently lost. More on that below… Our long-term stock market indicator, developed for us by our chief researcher and former ValueLine stock market analyst Stephen Jones, is flashing a warning. As we explained in the May 7 issue of Diary, it looks at the price of stocks relative to the economy that supports them. And right now, it tells us to expect an average annual loss of 9.6%, after you account for inflation, over the next 10 years. Read Article

China’s stock market is about to collapse

stock-market-350x220It’s been an ugly week for Chinese equities, but today’s performance is a whole other level of ugly: Today marked the fourth largest decline of the Shanghai Composite in two decades. We’ve discussed the insane valuations on the Shanghai and Shenzen stock-exchange before. As our regular readers will know, today’s fireworks have been a long time in the making.Today the benchmark Shanghai Composite plunged 6.4%. That brings the carnage for the week to a total of 13.3%. Read Article