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Telegraph: Central Banks' Props Being Removed...is The 15 Year Asset Bubble About To Implode?

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Hmmm... must be why USTs soaring all year and still looking strong.

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Maybe. I think things will collapse soon after though. The private sector hasnt deleveraged anywhere near enough to create room for another private credit boom, (its hardly deleveraged at all). The only growth in private US credit seems to be car loans and student debt.

Obviously allowing defaults would be the preferential option. But that would mean parasite politicians just letting go. Can anyone see that happening?

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Hmmm... must be why USTs soaring all year and still looking strong.

I remember you saying that bonds were a good buy some time ago. I had my doubts. Wish I knew what will happen next I am mainly in equities cash is trash in the long run. I hope.

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Obviously allowing defaults would be the preferential option. But that would mean parasite politicians just letting go. Can anyone see that happening?

Well they have tried everything else, so maybe a yes. Also remember that there is a global slowdown taking hold.

China has shut the money laundering gate to keep money inside China, to help prop up their economy. This will feedback into lower prime property prices [globally] which in the main will result in the cash buyers and investors from the last 3 years losing the most.

I think the UK & US banks will survive unscathed from this slowdown and that London and other major cities will see property prices fall a good amount as all buyers of last resort have their shirt in the game.

Who's going to buy?

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I remember you saying that bonds were a good buy some time ago. I had my doubts. Wish I knew what will happen next I am mainly in equities cash is trash in the long run. I hope.

Absolutely true, but I'm banking on it not becoming fuel for the fire overnight.......1.5% erosion of value and a 2.5% interest return on cash investments isn't exactly a cataclysmic meltdown of cash's value. Yeh Weimar...but that wasn't overnight either...Germans had plenty of time to get out........just don't become a boiling frog. Basically the water isn't even tepid yet.

Meanwhile trying to protect yourself from hyper -inflation, gold down 40% in real terms since 2011, can be just as costly. And McRae is putting the frighteners on equities....

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/comment/hamish-mcrae/hamish-mcrae-us-inc-is-pretty-chipper-but-there-will-be-a-correction-to-the-stock-market-before-too-long-9639028.html

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