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Gerald Celente Just Warned This Is Not A Correction, It’s The Beginning Of A Total Market Meltdown And Global Collapse

August 28, 2015
By Gerald Celente of Trends Research Institute

On the heels of continued selling of stocks in China and a monster 600+ point rally in the Dow, the top trends forecaster in the world warned King World News that, despite today’s rally, this is not a market correction, it’s the beginning of a total market meltdown and global collapse.
Across the western world, financial fingers are pointing to China as the culprit for both sparking the global equity-market meltdown — and keeping it going….
Omitted from the headline blame game in FT and other business-news coverage was that US equity markets had been trending down since late July. Yet, as the global stock plunge accelerated over the next few weeks, and with the yuan devaluation story fading from the news, the business media blamed the selloff on China’s economic woes and how its slowing economy was impacting the global economy.
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Gold Facts and Gold Speculations

August 26, 2015
By Gary Christenson

Gold was valuable 3,000 years ago and will be valuable 3,000 years from now. But can you say the same for dollars, euros, yen, or pounds?
Gold maintains its value (on average) over centuries. Can you expect similar longevity for debt based fiat currencies that are managed by politicians and created with printing presses or computers in central banks?
If “printing money” truly created wealth individuals and countries would be much wealthier since most central banks have been “printing” rapidly. The Fed has “printed” about $4 Trillion since the 2008 crisis to bailout banks and “stimulate” the economy. In today’s prices that would be about 3 billion ounces of gold, or approximately 30 years of global gold production. Central banks want to manage economies by using paper and digits instead of real physical gold.

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Full On Crash Alert For Major World Markets…

August 24, 2015
By Clive Maund
There are various reasons, both fundamental and technical, to believe that a market crash is almost upon us. This crash will affect virtually all world markets, including and especially the big Western Markets which have thus far escaped the devastation already afflicting the developing markets. Here we are going to focus on US markets, but they will all get taken down – European markets including the UK, and Far Eastern markets such as Hong Kong and Japan.
The fundamental reasons for a market crash now are big and obvious – the ravages of deflation and depression brought about by extremes of debt which must cut into corporate profits – in Japan the debt situation is now hopeless, the Sovereign debt crisis set to crush Europe and probably destroy the euro, the collapse and implosion of the monstrous debt fuelled bubble in China which is already underway, an accelerating currency crisis in the Far-East exacerbated by the recent Chinese devaluation of the Yuan, and the collapse also already underway in Emerging Markets. Given that US markets have been driven to giddying heights by the combination, among other things, of maxed out margin debt and stock buybacks, it is clear that a crash of perhaps unprecedented proportions in on the cards. So much for the fundamentals, since we are more concerned with timing, we now turn to consider the latest charts.
We’ll start with the 10-year chart for the S&P500 index, on which we see a very bearish setup, where after a multi-year bullmarket, the index is now breaking down from near the apex of a giant bearish Rising Wedge, having been capped by a large Distribution Dome. It is now in position to plunge, and this is made more likely by the rapidly weakening Emerging Markets, shown at the top of the chart, and the Volatility Index, or VIX, shown at the bottom of the chart, which has been at a low level for a long time, indicating a high degree of complacency, makes it unlikely that the market will drift lower – it is much more likely that it will plunge, as immediately it becomes clear that the game is over and the trend has changed there will almost certainly be an almighty stampede for the exits.

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The Global Economy Is Officially Melting Down

August 24, 2015
By Joshua Krause

As much as the financiers on Wall Street and the officials at the Fed would like the party to keep going, it looks it’s finally about to stop. Years of bailouts and monetary expansion have created one of the most inflated and artificial economic booms in history, and now it appears that this global economic bubble is deflating. Markets across the board are melting down as we speak, and the financial crash that supposedly “fringe” analysts have been predicting since 2008, is finally upon us. Take a look at what’s going down right now.
The Dow has fallen 1300 points from its peak. On Friday alone, it fell by 530 points, making it the 9th worst stock market crash in US history.
The Shanghai composite fell by more than 11% this week. All told, China’s stock market has lost a third of its value since its previous peak, and the only thing holding it up is their government’s intervention. It lost 4% of its value on Friday after it was revealed that their manufacturing activity had reached a 77 month low.
400 of the world’s richest people lost a total of $182 billion this week, amounting to 6.3% of their collective wealth. When the people who benefit the most from inflated markets are getting hurt, you know that the bubble is bursting.
The dollar’s rally may be finally nearing its end. Its value has fallen slightly, but consistently for the past 2 weeks.
Commodities have fallen to a 13 year low. The price of copper has reached a 6 year low while oil has suffered its longest decline since 1986.

That last one is very telling. You can always tell when the global economy is in bad shape based on the value of various commodities. It’s one of the strongest indicators for an economy, since it reveals how many real, tangible goods are being produced. Curiously, many of these commodities have been falling in value throughout the supposed recovery that we’ve been in since 2009.
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Richard Russell Warns We Have Now Entered A Bear Market In Stocks And Fred Hickey Expects A Huge Rally In Gold

August 21, 2015

As subscribers know, I wish the best for America and believe that America is the hope of the world. Yet there are a few things that worry me. I believe the US economy is sinking into recession as described by John Williams of Shadow Statistics. I believe we are in a period of deflation and deleveraging. I am convinced that the Fed knows the economy is contracting and this is the reason that they have not yet raised rates.
Professionals Selling Stocks To An Unsuspecting Public!
There are now 10 distribution days* in the S&P and 4 in the Nasdaq. Thus it is clear that many institutions are stepping to the sidelines. A combination of ten distribution days in the S&P and 4 in the Nasdaq comes to an ominous total of 14, and it puts the market under pressure.
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Is Asian gold demand really low – or at an all-time high?

August 19, 2015
By Lawrence Williams

There remains a vast divergence between gold demand figures as estimated by mainstream gold analysts and apparent physical global gold flows.
‘There are three kinds of lies. Lies, damn lies and statistics’ to quote Mark Twain supposedly himself quoting Benjamin Disraeli! Is gold demand down as the statistics in the latest Gold Demand Trends report from the World Gold Council (WGC) would seem to suggest – or is it actually at an all-time high as some other equally persuasive statistics would have us believe?
A couple of days ago I received the following emails from precious metals charts guru, Nick Laird of, perhaps the closest follower of gold statistics anywhere in the world and one of those who firmly believes from the figures he receives that Asian gold demand is running extremely high. Indeed running at record levels.
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Why Silver Coin Premiums Rise Amid A Falling Silver Price

August 13, 2015

Lower precious metals prices on Wall Street aren’t necessarily bringing lower prices on Main Street.
The retail market for gold and silver coins, bars, and rounds has been swamped with high demand since mid June. Both the U.S. Mint and the Royal Canadian Mint continue to run into serious issues keeping up with retail silver coin demand.
After selling out in early August, the U.S. Mint resumed deliveries of Silver American Eagles, but it has since been rationing them out. And this week brings word of new silver supply-chain problems. Mint officials let it be known they are cutting further back on Silver Eagle shipments, reducing them as much as 20% below already insufficient levels.
Dealers already had some catching up to do, and similar news from the Royal Canadian Mint (RCM) late last week won’t help either.
RCM officials announced significant “problems” with sourcing silver blanks for production of the Silver Maple Leaf. At least one major wholesaler stopped accepting new orders for the popular coin all together.
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