May 2018

TREND ALERT: Currency Crashes Coming. Why, When and What to Do

TREND ALERT®
Currency Crashes Coming. Why, When and What to Do

KINGSTON, NY, 30 MAY 2018—Warning: Global currency crash coming. It's bigger than Italy's political power struggle that exploded this past weekend that sent equity markets spiraling downward on Tuesday.

Yes, the initial cause of the market drops were in part a result of Italian President Sergio Mattarella's refusal to accept the nomination of Paolo Savona as Minister of Economy, despite his selection by the Five Star Movement and Lega majority coalition. Savona has long advocated an exit from the European Union and a return to a national currency.

Instead, Mattarella, who's role is to be politically neutral, and who has no constitutional power to block the appointment, selected a former International Monetary Fund official as interim Prime Minister "who would not be seen as the supporter of a line that would inevitably provoke Italy's exit from the euro."

And, it was more than Spain's political crisis that erupted on Friday after the National Court found 29 top politicians linked to Spain's ruling party guilty of corruption that helped rattle the markets.

Gerald Celente - ITM Trading with Lynette Zang - May 25, 2018

Lynette Zang Interviews Gerald Celente on why he does this work, and how you can protect your future wealth right now. They discuss everything from the US economy, stock markets, central banks, bitcoin, governments, global currencies, gold and silver, precious metals protection, and a lot more. Emotions flair in the first half and there's a lot of passion between in these two throughout the entire video. If you want to hear the raw truth..this is a must watch!

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Gas Attack: Recession, Inflation, Market Meltdown

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Surging prices at gas pumps, hitting just as the travel season kicks off, is a trigger that will set off economic and equity market ripple effects that will crunch consumer spending, push inflation higher and pressure the Fed to aggressively raise interest rates.

Over the past two weeks, the average price per gallon of gas in the U.S. jumped 10 cents to $3, according to the Lundberg Survey. And in some states and cities regular gas has hit $5 per gallon.

TREND ALERT: Gas Attack: Recession, Inflation, Market Meltdown

TREND ALERT®
Gas Attack: Recession, Inflation, Market Meltdown

KINGSTON, NY, 23 MAY 2018—Surging prices at gas pumps, hitting just as the travel season kicks off, is a trigger that will set off economic and equity market ripple effects that will crunch consumer spending, push inflation higher and pressure the Fed to aggressively raise interest rates.

Over the past two weeks, the average price per gallon of gas in the U.S. jumped 10 cents to $3, according to the Lundberg Survey. And in some states and cities regular gas has hit $5 per gallon.

Rising prospects for Middle East War, Washington's decision to impose "the strongest sanctions in history" on Iran and more crippling sanctions on Venezuela following the re-election President Nicolás Maduro, have contributed to Brent Crude flirting around $80 per barrel.

DROWNING IN DEBT

With consumer debt expected to hit a record high $4 trillion by the end of 2018, and Americans owing 26 percent of their income to revolving credit debt – and finding it increasingly difficult to manage minimal monthly payments – they have no spare cash to spend on gas.

Gerald Celente - The Small Business Advocate - May 22, 2018

I was on The Small Business Advocate to discuss how geo-politics is impacting the price of oil, and how the current and future increases could jeopardize the global economic expansion, Trump’s appropriate China trade strategy, while disagreeing that that same tough stance won’t work with his dealings with Iran, and to warn about the tensions between Iran and other Middle East states and the U.S., and how these could easily turn into a regional war. Part 1 Part 2 Part 3

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