He's back, Alessio Rastani Predicts A 'Devastating' Financial Crash In 2014.

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posted on Oct, 26 2013 @ 07:34 AM
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Alessio Rastani is the man who caused a ruckus, when in 2011 he told the BBC that the market was "toast" and he "dreamed" of a recession as it would be an "opportunity" to make money.
Now he is looking again at the money spiders and predicting another crash in 2014...indeed he's praying for it.



www.huffingtonpost.co.uk...

This comes at the same time as the UK government is telling us that "recovery is on the way" while some observers are much more cautious.
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posted on Oct, 26 2013 @ 07:40 AM
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This reminds me of a couple of years ago when Egypt was In turmoil and boiling over and Steve Forbes, the American moneybags, was in a hotel in Egypt buying up things on the cheap and happy about how he was raking in more cash.

A penny for your thoughts now looks like inflation run wild.



posted on Oct, 26 2013 @ 07:52 AM
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read the money week letter link in this thread

www.abovetopsecret.com...



posted on Oct, 26 2013 @ 08:01 AM
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Aleister
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This reminds me of a couple of years ago when Egypt was In turmoil and boiling over and Steve Forbes, the American moneybags, was in a hotel in Egypt buying up things on the cheap and happy about how he was raking in more cash.

A penny for your thoughts now looks like inflation run wild.


Rastani in that same 2011 BBC interview said that, "Goldman Sachs owns the world" If he lives in that belief, or indeed knows it as fact, then something must be sparking for him to come out with the statement he made thursday.
Another opportunity to buy up cheap stock?
In the UK we have just put the Royal Mail on the market at a hugely undervalued share price, the investments were limited to small investors, but the demand was tremendous and the share price shot up. Now, you put a scare into the market, and those small investors are likely to get out quickly and likely at a loss. The few big guys like Sachs, then buy up all the shares and end up owning the Royal Mail, as they do elsewhere in industry. It's a huge con and don't tell me that this Con-servative government aren't aware of it.
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posted on Oct, 26 2013 @ 08:21 AM
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smurfy

Aleister
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This reminds me of a couple of years ago when Egypt was In turmoil and boiling over and Steve Forbes, the American moneybags, was in a hotel in Egypt buying up things on the cheap and happy about how he was raking in more cash.

A penny for your thoughts now looks like inflation run wild.


Rastani in that same 2011 BBC interview said that, "Goldman Sachs owns the world" If he lives in that belief, or indeed knows it as fact, then something must be sparking for him to come out with the statement he made thursday.
Another opportunity to buy up cheap stock?
In the UK we have just put the Royal Mail on the market at a hugely undervalued share price, the investments were limited to small investors, but the demand was tremendous and the share price shot up. Now, you put a scare into the market, and those small investors are likely to get out quickly and likely at a loss. The few big guys like Sachs, then buy up all the shares and end up owning the Royal Mail, as they do elsewhere in industry. It's a huge con and don't tell me that this Con-servative government aren't aware of it.
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Most of the small investor have already cut and run and sold their shares at a nice profit to the larger institutions. yet another undervalued sell off which ultimately benefits the rich because only a small number of small investors will hold their shares for more than a year! Its a con!



posted on Oct, 26 2013 @ 09:02 AM
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Read the rather long winded and self congratulatory advertisement for Money Week.....
Discovered after a half hour of skimming through it that the reader was expected to sign up for some daily reports, but only for British Isles.,,,So, i will never see their "solution"
The prediction of a dim future is one any ten year old mathematics student could produce....If you have no money you are broke.....
If you borrow infinitly more money, you are obviously bankrupt.
As are most nations on this planet.

The secret to prosperity is simple.....eliminate the military.
world wide.
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