This compilation of financial-related insights includes videos from Gregory Mannarino, The Atlantis Report, Joe Blogs, and Stansberry Research.
Gregory Mannarino reports the bond market sell-off resumes, crude oil surges higher, US factor orders crater, and more. The Atlantis Report shares news of China’s economic collapse finally happening. Joe Blogs talks about the UK being in deep economic trouble as Birmingham City Council declares bankruptcy. Matt McCall on Stansberry Research discusses why September is historically ugly.
Sep 5, 2023
ALERT! The Bond Market Sell-Off RESUMES. “There Is NO SAFETY NET Under This Market.” Mannarino
LIVE! Crude Oil SURGES HIGHER. US Factory Orders CRATER. “A Day Of Reckoning Is Coming.” Mannarino
The Atlantis Report
Sep 5, 2023
The debt supercycle, born out of the aftermath of the 2008 financial crisis in the US and Europe, is ominously knocking on China’s door. The debt situation has raised red flags, and experts are increasingly skeptical. China’s financial system is showing signs of strain, and here’s where it gets concerning: youth unemployment has become so dire that it’s no longer being reported, which indicates a major issue that the authorities might be trying to downplay. The once vibrant engine of China’s economic expansion seems to be sputtering, prompting concerns both within the nation and internationally. While China’s growth in the last few decades has been the envy of the world, cracks have started to emerge, casting shadows over its economic prospects. One of the most pressing issues is the mounting debt burden, a legacy of the financial turmoil that swept across the globe in the wake of the 2008 crisis. As the debt piles up, some experts warn that China could be on the brink of a severe financial crisis. Additionally, the concerning state of youth unemployment further exacerbates the situation. Although official reports have ceased, it’s hard to ignore the reality that an entire generation is struggling to find meaningful employment, potentially setting the stage for social unrest and economic instability.
Sep 5, 2023
The United Kingdom is in the grips of a Crisis as GDP falls and prices rise. The combination of Brexit and Rising Market Prices has caused Inflation to Soar and resulted in 14 consecutive Interest Rate Rises. This is now causing major problems in the economy and as Inflation is at 6.8% and Interest Rates have risen to 5.25%. Birmingham City Council, the 3rd largest City in the UK, has declared itself BANKRUPT and cannot continue to pay for essential services. More Interest Rate Rises are likely and as the majority of mortgages are fixed for less than 5 years this is going to cause massive problems in the housing market. In this video I look at the current situation and what is likely to happen over the next 3 to 6 months.
Sep 5, 2023
The stock market finished August with a strong week. But the end of one historically tough month in the market has simply led us into another. We’re already seeing some selling pressure. So will the pattern continue? Or are stocks likely to buck the trend altogether this year? Matt attempts to answer that question on this episode of Making Money With Matt McCall by diving into the charts.
Meanwhile, there are plenty of other headlines to keep our attention this week – from a chip designer expected to public to high oil prices and a potential bubble in the housing market. Plus, Matt highlights something he calls the “longevity” megatrend.
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