Originally posted by xxshadowfaxx
I have a question to ask....
Judging by the latest graphs and charts and tables, is it possible to tell when the next crash is going to be?
Everyone keeps on saying a crash is coming... A major crash, a mad max style crash.
But each year comes and goes and things stay exactly the same.
There is really no difference right now, than in 2005.
We are faced with the same problems, and we always say a crash is coming, but it never does.
So whens the bloody thing going to crash, I'm waiting.....
I'm not sure if I should be getting ready for the long haul of a life spent working, or if i should give up the dreams of owning a house and car with a wife and kids and so on....
I'm 28 years old... Should I be contributing to an rrsp for retirement, or is that all pointless? What am I supposed to do?
I don't really want to go on working and pretending that the future is full of roses and candy canes.... So realistically speaking, when is it going to crash, is it going to crash and at all, and what does the world look like in 10, 20, 30 years time?
If waves of extremely GOOD stuff doesn't hit, then we are doomed to the restraints and "law's" of our predominant economic system and way of doing things, meaning a multiple decade to century's long dwindling of the average person's overall wealth and generally, subsequent well being (As per the text books), with major dips coming from issues like the mortgage crises, and other debt related crises...
Thing is, the tptb have learned that they can't use wars to feed the beast anymore, that has even become unprofitable.
We're talking, shift in the whole paradigm kind of deal.