John Rubino over at Dollar Collapse – Mon 8 Jan, 2018

End Of Cycle Data Continues

Founder of John Rubino joins me to recap a number of data points that John outlines as end of cycle data. We look at the extreme bullish sentiment as well as the better economic data in recent months.

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Note – Sorry for some of the background noise. There is a renovation going on close to my studio and I was unable to cut out all the excess noise.


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  1. On January 8, 2018 at 3:48 pm,
    russell s hamilton says:

    just bought 200 dollars worth of Lite coin . will gradually buy more . Crypto coins are under attack by governments . Great way for individuals with money to get wealth out of China or VEN . where restrictions on money movement apply. Bitcoin may slowly sink in value , and ALT coins like ether , lite, or monero will rise. Most of us want stocks , real estae or gold not usa dollars where we cant earn any meaningfull interest . Thanks for article S

  2. On January 8, 2018 at 8:14 pm,
    CFS says:

    If all central banks continue to print money, then the relative value of any currency cannot change much, but how is it not possible for all the excess money not to cause inflation.?

    I believe Europe seems more likely to be in trouble first. Is it not possible, however, that shorting anything causes a loss of money, as everything goes up in price due to excess money supply pumping. As long as all banks coordinate their supplies, cannot money pumping continue indefinitely, until all citizens are robbed of all assets; as citizens sell assets to live, while governments print money to buy assets.

  3. On January 9, 2018 at 9:14 am,
    Silverdollar says:

    Interesting that John sees a ‘blow-off top possibly forming and Gary Savage saying that since the S&P has never been even 30% above the 200 dma, we are not experiencing a top.
    Apparently the trust in fiat is still overwhelming by the vast majority and until that changes, the supply will continue to grow and support more spending on all gov’t levels. JMO