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The Stock Market Bubble Will Soon Go Pop In The Night | Alan M. Newman 12/24/2014 (Video)

Wednesday, December 24, 2014 17:16
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Alan M. Newman has been writing his Cross-Currents Newsletter for decades. While primarily dedicated to stocks, since 9-11 he’s become a gold bull. Still investing in stocks, he’s a believer in gold and gold stocks, as well as the resource sector. He thinks that by virtually any measure, the stock market is over valued. Eventually this has to correct itself in the form of a crash. Alan says the best way to protect your portfolio is to convert some of it into cash now, before it’s too late. You can’t get every last percent of the upside in the markets and you’re foolish to even try. You can never lose money taking a profit. Enjoy!!!



Look what’s going on in the United States. Interest rates are near zero, does anyone need a calculator to figure this one out? Go back to [year] 2000; the market crashes, the NASDAQ. Remember the high-flying NASDAQ market, with all of those high-tech stocks that weren’t worth anything. What happened? Well, we went into a recession, but then 9-11 happened. Then Greenspan began to lower interest rate to 46-year lows. As a result we had the real estate bubble and that great speculative bubble that burst in 2008. I smell a False Flag scenario in the making. Be AWARE and be PREPARED, FEAR is not an option. Be safe everyone…



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