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An Inverted Yield Curve, a Reliable Predictor of Recessions, Has the Stock Market Spooked

 
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The recessions come when the feds raise the interest rates.

That's common knowledge.

Why you think Trump put a interest rate fed as the chair. Trump knew he would raise the rates. The markets are manipulated to show whatever data they want it to show.

Currently the markets is manipulated to show the economy is doing well. So that the fed raises the rates. That will bring the economy down, and markets go bust. The markets was going to bust anyways. The fed wants the market to go bust so that they can blame it on Trump.

Trump knows this. He simply used the same tools all presidents use to manip the markets. Trump manip it in such way that the feds had no choice but to raise rates. Finally, the market goes BOOM! Trump blames the fed.

Thus, the fed gets audited for causing the crash not only in the US, but globally. The gov't will then find all the crimes that the fed has done since 1914, because they have never been audited. The markets then get reset, we're clear of the fed central bank.

Anybody with a telescope knows this, and where all this going.

So instead of making threads trying to dig into financials. Make a thread on how to get the people to prepare for what is coming. Because until it resets. It will be hard times ahead for those who didn't prepare.
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Re: An Inverted Yield Curve, a Reliable Predictor of Recessions, Has the Stock Market Spooked
The recessions come when the feds raise the interest rates.

That's common knowledge.

Why you think Trump put a interest rate fed as the chair. Trump knew he would raise the rates. The markets are manipulated to show whatever data they want it to show.

Currently the markets is manipulated to show the economy is doing well. So that the fed raises the rates. That will bring the economy down, and markets go bust. The markets was going to bust anyways. The fed wants the market to go bust so that they can blame it on Trump.

Trump knows this. He simply used the same tools all presidents use to manip the markets. Trump manip it in such way that the feds had no choice but to raise rates. Finally, the market goes BOOM! Trump blames the fed.

Thus, the fed gets audited for causing the crash not only in the US, but globally. The gov't will then find all the crimes that the fed has done since 1914, because they have never been audited. The markets then get reset, we're clear of the fed central bank.

Anybody with a telescope knows this, and where all this going.

So instead of making threads trying to dig into financials. Make a thread on how to get the people to prepare for what is coming. Because until it resets. It will be hard times ahead for those who didn't prepare.
 Quoting: Batman U.J.L.A.


You can go make a thread on how to get the people to prepare for what is coming.

All I am doing here is showing the likelihood of a recession, based on an extremely reliable indicator.
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Re: An Inverted Yield Curve, a Reliable Predictor of Recessions, Has the Stock Market Spooked
The recessions come when the feds raise the interest rates.

That's common knowledge.

Why you think Trump put a interest rate fed as the chair. Trump knew he would raise the rates. The markets are manipulated to show whatever data they want it to show.

Currently the markets is manipulated to show the economy is doing well. So that the fed raises the rates. That will bring the economy down, and markets go bust. The markets was going to bust anyways. The fed wants the market to go bust so that they can blame it on Trump.

Trump knows this. He simply used the same tools all presidents use to manip the markets. Trump manip it in such way that the feds had no choice but to raise rates. Finally, the market goes BOOM! Trump blames the fed.

Thus, the fed gets audited for causing the crash not only in the US, but globally. The gov't will then find all the crimes that the fed has done since 1914, because they have never been audited. The markets then get reset, we're clear of the fed central bank.

Anybody with a telescope knows this, and where all this going.

So instead of making threads trying to dig into financials. Make a thread on how to get the people to prepare for what is coming. Because until it resets. It will be hard times ahead for those who didn't prepare.
 Quoting: Batman U.J.L.A.


You can go make a thread on how to get the people to prepare for what is coming.

All I am doing here is showing the likelihood of a recession, based on an extremely reliable indicator.
 Quoting: Fifth-and-a-Half Element


Nah I'm good on that. The indicator is the fed raising the rates.
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Re: An Inverted Yield Curve, a Reliable Predictor of Recessions, Has the Stock Market Spooked
The recessions come when the feds raise the interest rates.

That's common knowledge.

Why you think Trump put a interest rate fed as the chair. Trump knew he would raise the rates. The markets are manipulated to show whatever data they want it to show.

Currently the markets is manipulated to show the economy is doing well. So that the fed raises the rates. That will bring the economy down, and markets go bust. The markets was going to bust anyways. The fed wants the market to go bust so that they can blame it on Trump.

Trump knows this. He simply used the same tools all presidents use to manip the markets. Trump manip it in such way that the feds had no choice but to raise rates. Finally, the market goes BOOM! Trump blames the fed.

Thus, the fed gets audited for causing the crash not only in the US, but globally. The gov't will then find all the crimes that the fed has done since 1914, because they have never been audited. The markets then get reset, we're clear of the fed central bank.

Anybody with a telescope knows this, and where all this going.

So instead of making threads trying to dig into financials. Make a thread on how to get the people to prepare for what is coming. Because until it resets. It will be hard times ahead for those who didn't prepare.
 Quoting: Batman U.J.L.A.


You can go make a thread on how to get the people to prepare for what is coming.

All I am doing here is showing the likelihood of a recession, based on an extremely reliable indicator.
 Quoting: Fifth-and-a-Half Element


Nah I'm good on that. The indicator is the fed raising the rates.
 Quoting: Batman U.J.L.A.


Not at all. The Fed has raised rates incrementally eight times now over the last 2.5 - 3 years.
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12/08/2018 01:50 AM

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Re: An Inverted Yield Curve, a Reliable Predictor of Recessions, Has the Stock Market Spooked
The recessions come when the feds raise the interest rates.

That's common knowledge.

Why you think Trump put a interest rate fed as the chair. Trump knew he would raise the rates. The markets are manipulated to show whatever data they want it to show.

Currently the markets is manipulated to show the economy is doing well. So that the fed raises the rates. That will bring the economy down, and markets go bust. The markets was going to bust anyways. The fed wants the market to go bust so that they can blame it on Trump.

Trump knows this. He simply used the same tools all presidents use to manip the markets. Trump manip it in such way that the feds had no choice but to raise rates. Finally, the market goes BOOM! Trump blames the fed.

Thus, the fed gets audited for causing the crash not only in the US, but globally. The gov't will then find all the crimes that the fed has done since 1914, because they have never been audited. The markets then get reset, we're clear of the fed central bank.

Anybody with a telescope knows this, and where all this going.

So instead of making threads trying to dig into financials. Make a thread on how to get the people to prepare for what is coming. Because until it resets. It will be hard times ahead for those who didn't prepare.
 Quoting: Batman U.J.L.A.


You can go make a thread on how to get the people to prepare for what is coming.

All I am doing here is showing the likelihood of a recession, based on an extremely reliable indicator.
 Quoting: Fifth-and-a-Half Element


Nah I'm good on that. The indicator is the fed raising the rates.
 Quoting: Batman U.J.L.A.


Not at all. The Fed has raised rates incrementally eight times now over the last 2.5 - 3 years.
 Quoting: Fifth-and-a-Half Element


Not like this. Trump got his people to manip their own data. They know this. And they can't call Trump out on it. Which is why they don't call Trump out on the economy. The media doesn't even touch it. The feds doesn't even comment on it. Because they know if they do, they out themselves.

Why you think the media, establishment trying to get rid of him? He's going to bring down their phony propped up system. The feds wanted to do it anyways by starting a war, and keeping the rates at or near 0. They know if an economy is doing well they have to raise the rates.
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You can go make a thread on how to get the people to prepare for what is coming.

All I am doing here is showing the likelihood of a recession, based on an extremely reliable indicator.
 Quoting: Fifth-and-a-Half Element


Nah I'm good on that. The indicator is the fed raising the rates.
 Quoting: Batman U.J.L.A.


Not at all. The Fed has raised rates incrementally eight times now over the last 2.5 - 3 years.
 Quoting: Fifth-and-a-Half Element


Not like this. Trump got his people to manip their own data. They know this. And they can't call Trump out on it. Which is why they don't call Trump out on the economy. The media doesn't even touch it. The feds doesn't even comment on it. Because they know if they do, they out themselves.

Why you think the media, establishment trying to get rid of him? He's going to bring down their phony propped up system. The feds wanted to do it anyways by starting a war, and keeping the rates at or near 0. They know if an economy is doing well they have to raise the rates.
 Quoting: Batman U.J.L.A.


norespect

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