A Bubble Like Never Before

Fergus Hodgson, April 1, 2019 rss iTunes SoundCloud-logo BitchuteBrighteon


As world markets brace for another economic slowdown, investors are trying to figure out how steep the dip will be and how to protect their assets.

For David Collum, a chemistry professor at Cornell University turned financial analyst, 2019 will be a turning point. He points to the emergence of explicitly socialist campaign promises and extreme political polarization in the United States as red flags.

The Federal Reserve will try to avoid a market correction at all costs, he argues, but it cannot postpone the harsh reality forever.

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The bubble in the bond market is more dangerous than the stock-market bubble, says David Collum. (Wikimedia)

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