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Crashing Finances

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posted on Aug, 24 2007 @ 02:52 AM

In the past, certain financial analysts were able to reasonably predict the movements of the markets. But, soon, their diagnostic skills will fail them. When this happens, most investors will no longer respond to market stimuli like they used to - they will no longer trust in "expert" advice or predictions.
The share market will collapse because the Financial Being can no longer wave its magic wand and have the financial markets do its bidding. Its power is waning, and it can no longer completely subdue others and subject them to its will. Up until very recently, the ruling elite on Earth could appeal to the Financial Being for direction and assistance. Recently, central bankers of the world have injected vast sums in an effort to prop up the ailing share markets around the world. This is not a real solution, but, in fact, will cause more problems to world economies than the bankers attempted to fix. The programming in the money entities is breaking down, and soon, they will no longer obey their master - the Financial Being.
The current volatility of the share market has been compared to that of 1987, which is sometimes referred to as the crash of 1987. The recent volatility sends jitters through many financial analysts. The situation today is more akin to the 1929 crash than the 1987 crash. However, 1929 will pale in comparison to what is soon to come.

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An indepth opinion of the end of the world as we know it to come.

posted on Aug, 24 2007 @ 04:01 AM
As wierd as it sounds, this is good news.

As soon as the stocks fall, we will be freed of the elite controlling us.

The first few years that this is happening our entire economic world will be dead. Everybody will lose their jobs and money because there is no work any longer.

Interesting topic [FLAGGED]

No economy = no wealth


[edit on 24-8-2007 by PureET]

posted on Aug, 25 2007 @ 03:21 PM

posted on Aug, 25 2007 @ 04:06 PM
Gold is just as worthless as paper. It only means something to someone who wants to trade something for it.

posted on Aug, 25 2007 @ 09:37 PM
One of Gold's more endearing qualities is it's liquidity under all market conditions.

Currently...they're willing to trade:

US Dollar $667.40
Australian Dollar $807.15
Brazilian Real $1293.09
British Pound $331.46
Canadian Dollar $701.94
Chinese Yuan $5047.88
Euro $488.24
Indian Rupee $27300.00
Japanese Yen $77702.05
Mexican Pesos $7344.40
Russian Ruble $17142.84
S.African Rand 4829.31
Swiss Franc $801.91

Nice, but soon to change. Gold has an inverse relationship to the Dollar. As the Dollar weakens...Gold shines. With the amount of $ being pumped ino the global system today, even Goldman Sachs was forced to come clean on the Dollar's destination... the basement

posted on Aug, 26 2007 @ 02:34 AM
Interesting topic for sure, but upon reading the article I found it to be way esoteric...Not much fact to back up what is said, not even a solid "opinion" as such

As soon as he started talking about ET's and reptilians in an article about an impending financial meltdown, he lost me completely...

As I said, good subject to debate, but IMO that article was pretty ordinary...

Like you mentioned OBE, gold is the way to go in times like these...Small quantities of physical gold, not shares in gold producers


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