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MAJOR DOOMAGE!: 12 WTF charts on Zerohedge
02-24-2014, 12:14 AM #1
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You don't need to know what the individual charts are measuring although they are pretty significant.

What is mind blowing is how the various lines tracked each other until recently. In recent days and moths, the lines head in different directions.

The massive divergence combined together is a huge amount of evidence that the US and the world are close to seeing a financial disaster like we've never seen before (unless you're 90 years old.) Only this time most people don't have gardens and chickens to feed themselves.

Soon we could see within a week's time where everything having to do with money just goes kerflooey. Kerflooey is a technical term that means you won't have access to your money and food will become either extraordinarily expensive or not available at all where you live.

Other than that everything should be just fine. coffeetime.gif

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-02-22...wtf-charts

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02-24-2014, 12:20 AM #2
Octo Mother Superior
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So we're looking at a major crash here soon.

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02-24-2014, 01:12 AM #3
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(02-24-2014, 12:20 AM)Octo Wrote:  So we're looking at a major crash here soon.

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:panicsex:

chuckle.gif You've got a one track mind. I say hoard the Nutella!

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02-24-2014, 01:50 AM #4
Shadow Mrs. Buckwheat
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Interesting. I like the bonus chart lol. Rumors mid-January JPM was shorting the S&P. There's always someone predicting a collapse, I've done it myself, here's another:

http://www.fromthetrenchesworldreport.co...+Report%29
02-24-2014, 02:39 AM #5
Shadow Mrs. Buckwheat
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İmage

O'rly coffeetime.gif
02-24-2014, 06:12 AM #6
Softy Incognito Anonymous
 
Yeah,,,someone always predicting collapse,,,

wish I had a silver dollar for everyone of the prophets of doom,,,

still,,,JPM,,,interesting the bankers taking a dive,,,

other countries have experienced collapse,,,

Argentina 2001,,,yet still there,,,now currency down

50 percent in last two years,,,others down too,,,

currency investors selling those and buying US dollars,,,

so,,,guess we will see,,,I predict slow rot,,,have before,,,

will again,,,so far seems to be kinda true,,,at least the

standard of living part of it,,,for the most,,,and the banks loan

out the money,,,they have to,,,so can't cover all bets tomorrow,,,

an international run on banks would do it,,,still,,,most countries

don't have to steal the accounts,,,just create more money,,,

and deflate the value,,,which inflates the prices of goods and services,,,

the hidden tax,,,so to speak,,,and the game continues,,,up and down,,,

guess correct and you can win,,,guess wrong and you can lose,,,

if you play,,,still,,,the creation of the perception called money,,,

allows one man to own more than he produces,,,sometimes,,,

way far in excess of his production,,,as in not even close,,,

and therein lies the problem,,,because he now owns what others produced,,,

and they do with less to make up the difference,,,the attempt to level

the field,,,results in the awarding those who produce nothing,,,

and encourages the continuation of nonproduction,,,both of these

conditions produce nothing,,,and therein lies the real problem,,,

when the middle class is destroyed and nothing is produced...

(:X
02-24-2014, 08:08 AM #7
Softy Incognito Anonymous
 
But in the "developed" countries,,,most have more than they could ever produce,,,

even the middle class,,,and the lower middle class live better than the

Pharaohs of Egypt,,,we all live in a house we could never build,,,drive vehicles

we could never produce,,,have computers and toys,,,and eat various food,,,

we do not grow,,,heat and cool our homes,,,go to the dentist and doctors,,,

and all this is because of oil,,,period,,,the history books,,,

if there are any,,,will refer to this age as the age of oil,,,where one tractor

can do the work of one thousand slaves,,,and allow many to be idle,,,

and it not be felt,,,oil makes up for a large part of the difference,,,and

without it,,,we are back to the 1800s,,,oil is the key,,,to all this,,,and as we

have to drill deeper,,,and frak,,,and move further offshore,,,the price will increase,,,

and the standard of living will decrease,,,and in the end,,,war will probably

be fought over the last barrels,,,burning the last barrels,,,and this will happen,,,

because no one wants to go back,,,and to not have it will be to lose,,,

big time...

(:X
02-24-2014, 09:21 AM #8
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(02-24-2014, 08:08 AM)Softy Wrote:  But in the "developed" countries,,,most have more than they could ever produce,,,

even the middle class,,,and the lower middle class live better than the

Pharaohs of Egypt,,,we all live in a house we could never build,,,drive vehicles

we could never produce,,,have computers and toys,,,and eat various food,,,

we do not grow,,,heat and cool our homes,,,go to the dentist and doctors,,,

and all this is because of oil,,,period,,,the history books,,,

if there are any,,,will refer to this age as the age of oil,,,where one tractor

can do the work of one thousand slaves,,,and allow many to be idle,,,

and it not be felt,,,oil makes up for a large part of the difference,,,and

without it,,,we are back to the 1800s,,,oil is the key,,,to all this,,,and as we

have to drill deeper,,,and frak,,,and move further offshore,,,the price will increase,,,

and the standard of living will decrease,,,and in the end,,,war will probably

be fought over the last barrels,,,burning the last barrels,,,and this will happen,,,

because no one wants to go back,,,and to not have it will be to lose,,,

big time...

(:X

Oil has been available for 150 years. But the countries that capitalized on it the most were the ones who have the most freedom.

In the US we have patent protection as a constitutionally protected right. That is a driver in prosperity.

The middle east only became wealthy when they stole the equipment from the US, Brits and Dutch when they "nationalized" (stole) the assets of the oil companies..

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02-24-2014, 09:25 AM #9
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(02-24-2014, 01:50 AM)Shadow Wrote:  Interesting. I like the bonus chart lol. Rumors mid-January JPM was shorting the S&P. There's always someone predicting a collapse, I've done it myself, here's another:

http://www.fromthetrenchesworldreport.co...+Report%29

Yes, there is always someone predicting a collapse.

Those charts are pretty stark just the same. I wouldn't bet against them. It looks like the manipulators are having a harder and harder time propping up the marketplace. They will do their best to manipulate to suck every last dime out for sure.

But dang those charts are real.

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