This compilation of financial-related insights includes videos from Steven Van Metre, Mark Moss, The Atlantis Report, and RJ Talks.
Steven Van Metre says the countdown has begun for the year’s most devastating market shock. Mark Moss mentions history showing this is all a financial trap. The Atlantis Report shares news of JP Morgan making massive changes as unrealized losses explode. RJ Talks discusses investors preparing for a worst case scenario as credit default swaps spike.
Steven Van Metre
Nov 12, 2023
Before the Year’s Most Devastating Market Shock Unleashed
Nov 12, 2023
History shows it’s a financial trap and unfortunately, because most people don’t understand history or where we are in the Financial Cycles… they’re headed for disaster!
We’re witnessing the exact same thing playing out right now just over a slower and a longer time frame, but the effects, the risks and the rewards, they’re still just as real today! So in this video, I want to break down this lesson from history to give you context, so you don’t make the same mistake. I will then give you Real Practical Tips of what you would have done if you were there and what you can do today so that you can position yourself!
So let’s go.
The Atlantis Report
Nov 12, 2023
A recent report on JPMorgan Chase’s overall financial statement has disclosed substantial losses on securities, with the banking giant now grappling with approximately $40 billion in unrealized bond losses as of the third quarter of this year. This staggering figure represents a 20% increase compared to the preceding quarter. Yet, they are not alone in this crisis. Other big banks have been caught up in these troubling times struggling to stay afloat even as the smaller banks continue to go under. It appears that this is a game where only the biggest and fittest will survive.
Nov 12, 2023
The US economy continues to chug along even with raging government debt, and over a $2 Trillion deficit, but recently there are signs that trading desks at big money investors have been betting on a US default. As credit default swaps have begun spiking, these are essentially insurance policies to protect an investor from the possibility of a government default. With the debt ceiling about to be hit in just five more days, and a new speaker of the house who is fiscally minded, investors are worrying that a shutdown may be more likely than in past shutdown negotiations.
In this video we look at what investment banks are saying to expect in the coming week, and we look at past statements by the new Speaker of the House. We also look at what will happen if a deal is reached, as the US Treasury is now planning to borrow an additional 1.5 trillion dollars over the next two quarters, and are planning to do that at current interest rates.
What do you think the consequences of this type of spending will be?
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