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PostSubject: Market Crash ? & ? Gregory Mannarino   Sun Jun 11, 2017 2:27 pm

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Market Crash and Civil War Possible-Gregory Mannarino

By Greg Hunter On June 11, 2017 In Market Analysis No Comments

By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (Early Sunday Release)
Analyst/trader Gregory Mannarino says do not be fooled by the stock markets at or near all-time highs. Friday, the tech heavy NASDAQ suffered a massive selloff late in the day after hitting all-time highs. What happened? Mannarino explains, “There is no doubt that we are in financial fantasyland. It is epic. So, have we just witnessed the bursting of this bubble? It is very possible, and the reason why is because it came out of nowhere. It wasn’t driven by a geopolitical event. It wasn’t driven by a downgrade. It wasn’t driven by anything, it just happened. . . . There is going to be a moment of reckoning. If this is real. If this is an actual bursting of a bubble here, the tech bubble, we might get a follow through on Monday or we might get a bounce, and that will lead to a follow through. . . . I am telling people to watch out because the fact this came out of nowhere and driven by nothing is a big tell.”
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PostSubject: Pension Funds Panic 'Reach' For Yield   Sun Jun 11, 2017 2:28 pm

Central Banker's Real Legacy: Pension Funds Panic 'Reach' For Yield




In a desperate reach for yields they increased exposure to project finance. Perceived higher returns, long-term investment horizon and inflation protection made it the perfect match for pension funds. However, like their central banker peers, pension fund managers were completely mistaken. Actual risks were largely underestimated...
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PostSubject: U.S. Weeks Away From A Recession According To Latest Loan Data   Sun Jun 11, 2017 2:32 pm

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U.S. Weeks Away From A Recession According To Latest Loan Data




Should the current rate of loan growth deceleration persist, the US will post its first negative loan growth, or rather loan contraction since the financial crisis, in roughly 4 to 6 week...  just in time for the Fed's rate hike.



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PostSubject: Goldman: "The Last Time The Market Acted Like This Was At The Tech Bubble Peak   Sun Jun 11, 2017 2:41 pm

Goldman: "The Last Time The Market Acted Like This Was At The Tech Bubble Peak"




"Strong balance sheet outperformance in a 10%+ equity market rally is rare; occurring in only 5% of six-month stretches in the last 30 years. One notable episode was in 2000, at the Tech Bubble peak" - Goldman Sachs
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PostSubject: Chart That Proves A Recession Is Only Weeks Away:   Sun Jun 11, 2017 8:28 pm

Remember another article said to look for the 26th for gold to make big move!

http://www.shtfplan.com/headline-news/the-chart-that-proves-a-recession-is-just-weeks-away-the-u-s-finds-itself-on-the-verge-of-an-ominous-inflection-point_06112017

The Chart That Proves A Recession Is Only Weeks Away: “The U.S. Finds Itself On The Verge Of An Ominous Inflection Point”
Tyler Durden
June 11th, 2017
ZeroHedge.com

The following report was originally published by Tyler Durden at ZeroHedge.com

U.S. Weeks Away From A Recession According To Latest Loan Data
While many “conventional” indicators of US economic vibrancy and strength have lost their informational and predictive value over the past decade (GDP fluctuates erratically especially in Q1, employment is the lowest this century yet real wage growth is non-existent, inflation remains under the Fed’s target despite its $4.5 trillion balance sheet and so on), one indicator has remained a stubbornly fail-safe marker of economic contraction: since the 1960, every time Commercial & Industrial loan balances have declined (or simply stopped growing), whether due to tighter loan supply or declining demand, a recession was already either in progress or would start soon.
This can be seen on both the linked chart, and the one zoomed in below, which shows the uncanny correlation between loan growth and economic recession.

And while we have repeatedly documented the sharp decline in US Commercial and Industrial loan growth over the past few months (most recently in “We Now Know “Who Hit The Brakes” As Loan Creation Crashes To Six Year Low“) as US loans have failed to post any material increase in over 30 consecutive weeks, suddenly the US finds itself on the verge of an ominous inflection point.
After growing at a 7% Y/Y pace at the start of the year, which declined to 3% at the end of March and 2.6% at the end of April, the latest bank loan update from the Fed showed that the annual rate of increase in C&A loans is now down to just 1.6%, – the lowest since 2011 – after slowing to 2.3% and 1.8% in the previous two weeks.
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Should the current rate of loan growth deceleration persist – and there is nothing to suggest otherwise – the US will post its first negative loan growth, or rather loan contraction since the financial crisis, in roughly 4 to 6 weeks.
An interesting point on loan dynamics here from Wolf Richter, who recently wrote that a while after the 1990/1991 recession was over, the NBER determined that the recession began in July 1990, eight month after C&I loans began to stall. “As such, the current seven-month stall is a big red flag. These stalling C&I loans don’t fit at all into the rosy credit scenario. Something is seriously wrong.”
However, it wasn’t until loan growth actually contracted, that the 1990 recession was validated.  Well, the US economy is almost there again. And this time it’s not just C&I loan growth, or lack thereof, there is troubling.
As the chart below shows, after peaking in late 2016, real-estate loan growth has also decelerated by nearly half, to 4.6%.
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More troubling still, after flatlining at nearly double digit growth for much of 2016, starting last September there has been a sharp slowdown in commercial auto loans, whose growth is now down to just a third, or 3%, of what it was a year ago.
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While it remains to be seen if C&I loans have preserved their uncanny “recession predictiveness” for yet another turn of the business cycle, the charts above confirm that the US economy is rapidly slowing, and validating the poor Q1 GDP print. Furthermore, one thing is clear: absent a substantial rebound in loan growth, whether for commercial, residential or auto loans, there is no reason to expect an imminent uptick in the US economy. We only note this, because next week the Fed plans to hike rates again. If it does so just as US loan growth contracts, it may be doing so smack in the middle of a recession.
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PostSubject: Legendary Investor Jim Rogers Warns That The Worst Stock Market Crash In Your Lifetime Is Coming ‘This Year Or Next’   Mon Jun 12, 2017 10:52 am

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Legendary Investor Jim Rogers Warns That The Worst Stock Market Crash In Your Lifetime Is Coming ‘This Year Or Next’
Michael Snyder | If Jim Rogers is right, the worst stock market crash that any of us has ever seen is right around the corner.
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PostSubject: Get Money OUT   Wed Jun 14, 2017 10:33 am

First for all of you.. they planned all, and your withdrawl will not be the cause of it.

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Q2 GDP In Trouble As Business Inventories Tumble In April




Adding further pain to Q2 GDP hope, April Business Inventories tumbled 0.2% MoM in April (following Wholesale Inventories decline). This is the biggest drop since November 2015.


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"Brutal Price Action" - Bonds & Bullion Surge, Dollar Dumps After Dismal Data Deluge




Disappointing inflation and retail sales data has sparked a surge in safe-haven demand for bonds and bullion, and left stocks confused this morning ahead of The Fed statement and press conference this afternoon...


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PostSubject: Re: Market Crash ? & ? Gregory Mannarino   Wed Jun 14, 2017 10:37 am

Houston Resorts To Selling Off City Streets To Try And Close $100 Million Budget Shortfall




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