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GoldSeek Radio Nugget: Gerald Celente and Chris Waltzek

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By: Chris Waltzek, GoldSeek.com Radio

 -- Published: Friday, 15 July 2016 | Print  | Disqus 

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  • Head of the Trends Research Institute, Gerald Celente gives central bank monetary operations a new moniker, Ponzi-nomics.
  • Through the issuance of easy credit, low interest rate bonds encourage corporate share buybacks, a major underpinning of the US stock market advance.
  • The process is essentially a shell game, where the dealer wins at the expense of investors.
  • A key component stems from the loss of 500,000 solid paying manufacturing jobs per year for over a decade, more than half a million careers vanished.
  • Although the recent Brexit event startled the global markets, leading to safe haven buying, the potential for Italy to exit the EU might overwhelm the markets. The biggest risk to the economic revival remains the threat of higher rates - CBs cannot hold back the inevitable trend of higher rates.

     

Head of the Trends Research Institute, Gerald Celente gives central bank monetary operations a new moniker, Ponzi-nomics. Through the issuance of easy credit, low interest rate bonds encourage corporate share buybacks, a major underpinning of the US stock market advance. The process is essentially a shell game, where the dealer wins at the expense of investors. 1 in 5 American's hold less than $100 in cash savings; 1 in 3 American's has less than $500 in savings for emergencies, over 100 million people - about half of American's have less than $1,000 saved, over 150 million. A key component stems from the loss of 500,000 solid paying manufacturing jobs per year for over a decade, more than half a million careers vanished, moved off shore. Although the recent Brexit event startled the global markets, leading to safe haven buying, the potential for Italy to exit the EU might overwhelm the markets, as the 3rd largest economy in the region and 8th worldwide by GDP. The biggest risk to the economic revival remains the threat of higher rates - CBs cannot hold back the inevitable trend of higher rates; eventually the dam will break, taking down the global economy.

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