Media Outlets Taking Notice Of The Pending U.S. Financial Crisis

More Clippings About Our Economy From Contributing Editor RH:

New York PostIts going to get worse before it gets better. How much worse, I don’t know,”
http://www.nypost.com/seven/07122007/business/hedge_horror_business_paul_tharp.htm

Financial Times.comThe catalyst for this latest dollar weakness is concern that the US consumer, for years the mainstay of the economy, could be flagging. Such worries followed evidence that the US housing market still does not appear to be finding a bottom along with news that retailers are suffering….
http://www.ft.com/cms/s/9d692cde-2fdb-11dc-a68f-0000779fd2ac.html

Wall Street BearThe Coming Crash — Winners and Losers…
LOSER: People who actually believe that Bear Stearns, Merrill Lynch, Goldman Sachs, Citigroup, Wachovia, JP Morgan Chase, etc. actually give a crap about your retirement account, you personally or your money. If you actually go out and read the news, you will see the numerous stories where companies like these have been “fined” for misusing and abusing your accounts and your money. Churn and burn baby, because if you still think they care, you need a lobotomy. The disaster underway is of their doing and they will have all the help they need from you, the taxpayer to straighten it out.
WINNER: All homeowners who are in secure industries who did not take out an exotic re-finance agreement, have no credit card or other unsecured debt, and are actually able to save money. This means having a financial plan including a retirement program which includes safe investments (precious metals, non-US government bonds, etc.) and having at least three to six months salary socked away safely in case of sudden unemployment….
http://wallstreetbear.com/board/view.php?topic=47743&post=152263

ReutersThe dollar dropped to a record low against the euro as
troubles in the U.S. mortgage and credit markets continued to dampen the currency’s appeal…
http://www.reuters.com/article/topNews/idUKN1238289820070712?rpc=44

ABC NewsForeclosure Rates Continue to Climb Around the Nation and Taking Major Jump in California…
http://abclocal.go.com/kfsn/story?section=local&id=5469514

Wall Stree Journal OnlineDisappointing results from retailers are renewing concerns that the housing market’s troubles may start weighing more heavily on consumer spending…
http://blogs.wsj.com/economics/2007/07/12/economists-watch-for-housing-to-weigh-on-spending

Times OnlineAfter the credit binge, markets fear the crunch is on the way
http://business.timesonline.co.uk/tol/business/economics/article2062073.ece

Chicken Smith View:
The forthcoming economic collapse of our nation is under way. What’s been predicted for so long, with so many media outlets outright denying that we’re in any danger, many of them are now starting to see what’s happening and, actually reporting on it.

Keep reading reports from around the world and do not rely on any one source for all your news. However, do learn to spot trends and market movements. The Dow Jones is obviously not a good indicator, as it is highly illogical and mainly motivated by emotions and ignorance rather than actual market conditions. Otherwise, why would the Dow Jones be doing so well, while the dollar continues to make all-time record lows?

Are companies really doing that well? Look at retail numbers, look at employment numbers. Look at entire industries such as manufacturing. Look at our debt and you’ll know all is not well. Start saving your pennies gold, as financial and, might I add, social devastation the likes none of us, not even our grandfathers who went through the Great Depression have seen, will begin affecting every facet of society.

These are new times. While we have greatly advanced in many areas such as science and technology, we as a society have not advanced in financial literacy, nor have we been as financially prudent as we should have been. Instead, we’ve been taught how to be mindless consumers with absurd levels of debt that shackle us to our jobs, yes, even those who are self-employed are shackled. The victors? Corporations and their shareholders… for the time being, however the collapse will affect many. Some will be better off, most will not.

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4 Responses to Media Outlets Taking Notice Of The Pending U.S. Financial Crisis

  1. SUE SATTERWHITE says:

    WHEN IS THIS “COLLAPSE” OF OUR ECONOMY PREDICTED TO OCCUR?

  2. chickensmith says:

    There’s no way to know for sure, and everyone has their own opinions, however sometime between now and 2010 is my idea of what’s probable. Variable factors include the stock bubble, the equity bubble, the housing bubble, the debt bubble, the dollar bubble, inflation, social conditions, government policies, foreign trade policies, our involvement in other countries (aka wars) and, of course, terrorism (among others).

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