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I have a question for Daddy Bear.

Where did you get the sequence of events below, and in particular how do you see the Bond Market collapse phase taking shape? In principle I agree with the scenario and for that reason have been wondering when to move into hard assets. Clearly now is not the time - so the question is how do you protect your cash and where should you position yourself for steps 9 and 10.

How will the Global Economy play out 2005 onwards?

1. Global Housing Market Bubble Bursts

2. Global Bank Lending Implodes

3. Global Economy Begins to Contract

4. Global Banks begin to Fail

5. Global Unemployment Soars

6. Global Banks are Nationalised

7. Global Interest Rates are Lowered Dramatically to 0%

8. Global Quantitative Easing will be carried out on a Massive Scale

9. Global (Inflationary) Default on Debt - (Bond Market Collapse)

10. Global Dash For Assets

11. Global Hyperinflation

12. Global New Currencies introduced

13. Global Political Unrest & Change

Stage 1-2 (Aug 2007), Stage 3-5 (2007-2008), Stage 6-7 (Late 2008-09), Stage 7 (Jan 2009), Stage 8 (Mar 2009)...

Not much time left (when will the bond market collapse?) - PROTECT YOURSELVES

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I have a question for Daddy Bear.

Where did you get the sequence of events below, and in particular how do you see the Bond Market collapse phase taking shape? In principle I agree with the scenario and for that reason have been wondering when to move into hard assets. Clearly now is not the time - so the question is how do you protect your cash and where should you position yourself for steps 9 and 10.

How will the Global Economy play out 2005 onwards?

1. Global Housing Market Bubble Bursts

2. Global Bank Lending Implodes

3. Global Economy Begins to Contract

4. Global Banks begin to Fail

5. Global Unemployment Soars

6. Global Banks are Nationalised

7. Global Interest Rates are Lowered Dramatically to 0%

8. Global Quantitative Easing will be carried out on a Massive Scale

9. Global (Inflationary) Default on Debt - (Bond Market Collapse)

10. Global Dash For Assets

11. Global Hyperinflation

12. Global New Currencies introduced

13. Global Political Unrest & Change

Stage 1-2 (Aug 2007), Stage 3-5 (2007-2008), Stage 6-7 (Late 2008-09), Stage 7 (Jan 2009), Stage 8 (Mar 2009)...

Not much time left (when will the bond market collapse?) - PROTECT YOURSELVES

"10. Global Dash For Assets" What will be these assets? Is it time to buy gold?

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Houses :lol:

Now don't take the pi$$ :lol::lol::lol:

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Unfortunately (or fortunately) cgnao-wannabe Daddy Bear blew his load too quickly and bought a property in this dead cat bounce. I wouldn't be consulting him for any advice since it is clear to all that he is a stealth bull in bears clothing. Besides, anyone who rips off the great cgnao both in content and predictions is a loser in my book.

What's the next stage? B*gger knows, all I do know is the shiney yellow stuff does the business. 100% correct guranteed. ;)

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I think we are seeing the dash for assets & bond collapse unfolding in slow motion as we speak.

No government or big player wants a collapse, they would lose too much on existing holdings but China is buying up gargantuan amounts of raw materials and fewer dollars.

These 2 stages will take years to play out, not hours.

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It will be Capital that will be dashing for assets.

Sovereign Capital, that will be moving, which is unlikely to be buying a 3 bed semi in Leeds. So the small time HPC poster need not worry too much.

China is already in the news buying commodities, and also the oddball story with the two Japanese chaps caught on the boarder with those U.S. treasuries.

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There will at some stage be a giant collapse in government debt, although I do not believe this will be inflationary nor will it end in default, imo.

Or does this "collapse" in debt refer to corporate or personal debt?

Like Nostradamus, the predictions are vague enough to satisfy a variety of outcomes.

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