This compilation of financial-related insights includes videos from Gregory Mannarino, Steven Van Metre, RJ Talks, and Liberty and Finance.
Gregory Mannarino says they’re thirsty for more debt, the stock market is taking off, the economy is dead and war dependent. Steven Van Metre says policymakers are in crisis mode as the government’s toughest test of the year gives off alarms. RJ Talks discusses what Janet Yellen’s is about to do that will make things even worse for the US economy. Gregory Mannarino joins Liberty and Finance to discuss how we’re marching towards a worse-case scenario with a debt collapse by design.
Streamed live Oct 30, 2023
THIRSTY FOR MORE DEBT, THE STOCK MARKET TAKES OFF! DEAD ECONOMY, WAR DEPENDENT. Mannarino
Steven Van Metre
Oct 30, 2023
Policymakers in Crisis Mode as Government’s Toughest Test of the Year Sparks Alarms
Oct 30, 2023
The Federal Reserve’s Quantitative Tightening is continuing to plow ahead each month, shedding $60 billion in securities from the Fed’s balance sheet. Meanwhile Janet Yellen at the Treasury Department is wreaking havoc with over issuance of treasury notes and bonds. Continuing to put us into further debt, and with rates as high as they are, the interest cost to service that debt has exploded.
Now the Treasury just announced their quarterly treasury auction sizes, US treasury debt now set to explode by 2.85 trillion in Q4 2023 and Q1 2024.
This week the Treasury will release their quarterly plan for how much they plan to borrow, or auction off. This has investment banks beginning to sound the alarm, as bond markets are already selling off, and yields continue rising.
Should the Treasury increase issuance again, like they did last quarter it could excacerbate the selloff in treasuries. We look at what you should watch for, and how this is affecting markets, as all indexes are now selling off. Including the S&P, the Nasdaq composite, the Russell 2000.
Liberty and Finance
Premiered Oct 30, 2023
“We’re in the largest and most vicious bear market in debt we’ve ever seen,” says market trader Gregory Mannarino. Governments continue to increase spending as now multiple wars have broken out. “We’re marching towards a worst case scenario,” he says. “Cash is going to look for places to go.” He expects commodities, especially precious metals, to go much, much higher.
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