Thursday, September 18, 2008

Inflation is like a stretched elastic band right now. Waiting to pop.

All Roads Lead To Hyperinflation

Losses and bankruptcies of the major banks that we predicted, trouble for the taxpayer who now shoulder a trillion in debt from bank failures, Why do we have to bail out Wall Street fraud? Lehman Brothers left to expire, We are watching our Zombie economy implode, Buy-outs are just throwing good money after bad, Toxic waste eats your equity capital, eats your stocks, your bonds, and eats your retirement funds. 1929 all over again. the Treasury has been given the right to stop dividend payments on both common and preferred stock of AIG shareholders, which means basically that they have both just been vaporized.

Posted by planning4acrash @ 06:35 PM (663 views)
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2 thoughts on “Inflation is like a stretched elastic band right now. Waiting to pop.

  • little professor says:

    I’ve switched my outlook, I reckon we’ll be heading for deflation or at least biflation.

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  • last_days_of_disco says:

    Sheesh reading that was exhausting. I wasn’t sure if it was a sermon or an article or both. There seemed to be “broods of vipers” all over the place.
    I get the feeling that we Brits are the illuminists or something. Suffice to say, we are not the good guys.

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