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GoldSeek Radio Nugget: Karl Denninger and Chris Waltzek

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By: Chris Waltzek, GoldSeek.com Radio

 -- Published: Tuesday, 15 November 2016 | Print  | Disqus 

Highlights

  • Karl Denninger, publisher of The Market Ticker, makes his show debut with dire financial warnings for the listening audience.
  • Our guest cautioned readers of the impending 2008 crisis a year in advance; today US equities are more overvalued then at anytime since the year 2000.
  • Given the impending rate hike at the upcoming Dec. FOMC meeting, the increased costs associated with borrowing could burst the bond market bubble. Cost-push inflation could threaten the highly leveraged global economy, where virtually every financial instrument, even reserve currencies are exposed.
  • Three decades of complacency stemming from low bond yields could overturn the entire global financial arena.

Karl Denninger, publisher of The Market Ticker, makes his show debut with dire financial warnings for the listening audience. Our guest cautioned readers of the impending 2008 crisis a year in advance; today US equities are more overvalued then at anytime since the year 2000 bubble, due to zero interest funding. Nevertheless, given the impending rate hike at the upcoming Dec. FOMC meeting, the increased costs associated with borrowing could burst the 30 year bond market bubble. In addition, cost-push inflation could threaten the highly leveraged global economy, where virtually every financial instrument, even reserve currencies are exposed to price increases. Three decades of complacency stemming from low bond yields could overturn the entire global financial arena.


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