Treasuries

The Real Cause of Hyperinflation

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Hyperinflation occurs when a country’s bond market breaks. In other words, the sovereign nation is no longer able to fund itself. Its bonds fall (yields rise) to the point where the government has to print money or default….

A Look at the 10-Year Treasury Bond

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This chart of the 10-Year Yield shows an imminent breakout. Everything is bullish here. It is a beautiful reverse head and shoulders pattern and the price action is bullish in all time frames….

Debt Auctions Bombing … China Heading for the Hills … Higher Rates Dead Ahead!

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Now, the very latest data suggests the day of reckoning is fast approaching. This is no longer some theoretical, potential future event. It’s a crisis that could strike with deadly force at virtually any time. You simply must consider taking action to protect yourself and profit before it’s too late!

The Biggest Number in the World

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….the 10-year yield just jumped toward a new 12-month high… and is close to an upside breakout over 4%….

The Most Important Chart in the World Right Now

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If you spent $1 million per day from the time of the founding of Rome – roughly 2,700 years ago – until today, you would have accumulated about $1 trillion in debt. Now, double that amount. And that’s the size of our annual foreign borrowing obligation…..

Red Alert: Next Debt Crisis is Near

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…In a debt crisis, Washington, Wall Street and European governments still seem to think that the only way to “restore investor confidence” is to pump in massive amounts of rescue capital, bail out the sinking ships, and plug the biggest leaks in the system…..

How Japan Could Precipitate a Global Funding Crisis

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Remember that Japan is about 10 years ahead of the US, in terms of its economic crisis. The deflationary forces that have plagued Japan are now plaguing the US. Because of its domestic savings……

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