Signs of Economic Recession Increasing

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 Signs of Economic Recession Increasing

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I’ve been warning for a little while now that the economy in America may not be as rosy as it seems. Others more in the know that I are echoing the sentiment. To some this may come as an unpleasant surprise.

 

Yes, the GDP and overall employment are up, but that is generally part of the historical trend where things peak just before a crash. It makes sense that the GDP will keep growing during a recovery or a boom – 3% suggests the former not the later. The giveaway is the grown in employment and especially wages. Wages – the money average workers earn – is usually the last (or one of the last) thing to recover from the previous recession. There’s almost an order to it; I won’t get into that now but it begins first with the government and the commercial banks – it ends with your pay.

 

Then it all ends and the cycle repeats.

 

Cormac Mullen of Bloomberg has the full story which tends to indicate we are about to experience another downturn. Please give that one some thoughtful consideration.

 

Please pay careful attention to the graphs, like the one I featured above.

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“Risks are stacking up for markets attempting to recover from the latest provocation by North Korea and the mounting damage of Tropical Storm Harvey.

 


Citigroup Inc. strategists including Jeremy Hale cite “worrying developments” that may signal the approach of a correction in stocks, while Commerzbank AG finds growing evidence of bearish sentiment in bond funds.”

-Bloomberg

 

There are many red flags.

 

There are correlations now with the more recent recessions.

 

Transportation stocks are beginning to lag. Why would they except that things are not moving.

The casino of puts to calls and derivative betting are going haywire.

 

Debt investors are beginning to shun risks. Their newfound conservatism indicates growing concern.

Stock and equity investors are starting to look for ways to insulate themselves from risk. Why?

 

All of these signs build on what people like Jim Rogers and Ron Paul have been saying all year – It’s Coming! There are now warnings and admissions from the big banks and even the Federal Reserve.

 

Do what you can to insulate yourselves from loss. Remember that some may be in a position to actually profit from a coming collapse. The money made there (saved or salvaged) will then go on to fuel the recovery; it’s a good (great) thing.

 

About the only people not murmuring about a downturn are the liars in the mainstream fake media and our lovely and idiotic politicians. That alone tells you something.

 

All good things come to an end. But, then, there is always a new beginning. Get ready now. Prepare!

Perrin​​ ​​Lovett​​​ ​​​writes​​ ​​about​​ ​​freedom,​​ ​​firearms,​​ ​​and​​ ​​cigars​​ ​​(and​​ ​​everything​​ ​​else)​​ ​​at www.perrinlovett.me​​.​​ ​​He​​ ​​is​​ ​​none​​ ​​too​​ ​​fond​​ ​​of​​ ​​government​​ ​​meddling.

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