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The Everything Bubble, Fictitious Capital and Coronavirus

The moral of the story is that it is not possible to print wealth or value. Money in its paper representation of the real thing, e.g., gold, is not wealth it is a claim on wealth.
With regard to Investment banks like Goldman Sachs and the commercial banks they do not create value; they are purely rent-extractive. For example, commercial banks make a loan out of thin air, debit this loan to the would-be mortgagee who then becomes a source of permanent income flow to the bank for the next 25 years.
And what has all of this to do with Coronavirus? Well, everything actually.
The grotesquely over-leveraged world economy was heading for massive correction. The world was a bubble of paper money looking for a pin. It found one.

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Covid-19 Pandemic and World Hegemony Battle USA vs China

Corona Pandemic: The Perfect Scapegoat for the Financial & ‘Everything Bubble’ Market Crash (The Great Depression 2.0)

As the financial collapse is inevitable as the Federal Reserve can’t keep printing money and creates more bubbles that at some point definitely will pop, the Covid-19 pandemic provided the global elites with the perfect scapegoat where it will be blamed (and it already started) for all the economic and financial crisis, for the massif layoffs, and the economic depression.
Not only that the virus pandemic provides the right excuse, scapegoat and cover up for the economic and financial crash which is going to be worse than the 2008 “Great Recession”, it also attacked severely China and Iran, two countries USA perceives as enemies. It also caused huge number of deaths in Italy, the only and the first country in EU to sign China’s Belt and Road Initiative. With the mysterious origin of the corona virus is Covid-19 pandemic “Killing Several Birds with One Stone” strategy?
While most of the world is figthing the virus pandemic, the battle for world hegemony continues as the global superpower will do everything it can to stay at the top and attack any country it considers as threat or enemy. At the core of it all, it is about United States maintaining its hegemony as the world top power and maintaining its currency as the world reserve currency.

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Peter Schiff - Great Recession's Coming

Peter Schiff: The Fed Will Try Again But It’s Not Going to Work

The Fed managed to “rescue” the economy after the financial crisis, but in the process, it created an even bigger bubble than the one that popped in ’08. This bubble is about to burst and the Fed will try to repeat the process. The difference is this time it won’t work, as Peter explains. He added: “We’re going to have a deep recession with rising interest rates and this whole thing is going to come imploding down.”

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Recession. Revolution. Recovery.

“The biggest consequence of central bank and government policy following the financial crisis of ten years ago was that the already rich and powerful became even wealthier and more powerful. As state-sponsored inequality boomed, significant portions of the global population finally realized the whole thing is a rigged sham, and populist movements swept the globe.
All of this political energy is a direct consequence of central bank policy, entrenched oligarchy and government corruption. We’re now at the point where significant percentages of the population in countries around the world want to metaphorically burn the whole thing down. Once the economic cycle kicks in and joins the political cycle already underway, then you’ll see the real fireworks.”

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Net Worth As Percent Of GDP

Goldman ‘Bear Market Indicator’ Nears Record High: “No Limit To The Stupidity Of Wall Street”

We are risking another bubble and if 70 years of historical relationships are anything to go by, the S&P 500’s annual return over the next 10 years may be about zero. “In hindsight, the fix was simple: abandon the belief in any limit to the stupidity of Wall Street.”
“Over the completion of the current market cycle, I fully expect the S&P 500 to lose close to two-thirds of its value from the recent peak.”

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