Fed May Take Rates Negative, Bond and Stock Markets Crash Warning, Trump Can Win

Share it with your friends Like

Thanks! Share it with your friends!


The Federal Reserve is not raising interest rates, but now there are hints by Fed Head Janet Yellen that it might consider negative interest rates if the economy gets bad enough. The economy is already bad, and the Fed decision to keep a key rate near 0% says it all. I have been telling you for a couple of years that there is no real recovery on Main Street. The only real recovery is on Wall Street. Data point after data point shows the economy is not good. This is why the Fed is not raising interest rates.

On top of that bad news, people like Nobel Prize winning economist Professor Robert Shiller continue to warn that the stock market looks like it is in a bubble. There are also reports of the biggest double top in stock market history that was recently made, and when that happens, it is downhill for the markets. This includes the global debt market that dwarfs the stock market by orders of magnitude. I just interviewed former Reagan White House Budget Director David Stockman, and he says the “financial system is booby trapped with debt bombs.” This is not if the bond market will blow up, but only a matter of when the bond market will blow up.

CNN was the only real loser in the second GOP debate. The debate started out looking like CNN just wanted the candidates to trash Trump. It looked juvenile and petty, and even NJ Governor Chris Christie called BS on the BS when he directed the discussion back to how the GOP was going to help the struggling middle class. Trump won the debate by virtue of the fact CNN centered it on him and tried to get the other candidates to tear him down. Sure, there were candidates that had their moments, and some will move up and down in the polls, but Trump still emerges as the front-runner. Let’s make this perfectly clear, Donald trump could win it all.

Join Greg Hunter as he talks about these stories and more in the Weekly News Wrap-Up.

All links can be found on USAWatchdog .com http://usawatchdog.com/fed-not-raising-interest-rates-cnn-big-loser-in-gop-debate-gop-and-dnc-fear-trump/


Honesty Counts says:


John Farley says:

The FED said a long time ago that they would not raise interest rates until the economy improved. That should say it all.

raymond lindroth says:

QE 4 unlimited..then the end will come.May Yahweh bless you

Hurrrrrrrrrrly says:

crash is coming. well be resuming the fall by the end of the week and then retest august lows

Miichael F says:

Greg, Thank you for that final comment!!

The Head of the cornerstone says:

Bernie sanders for president!!! 2016

friendofcoal says:

Greg, you have a good channel and I often find some very interesting points of view raised.  I know that it couldn't be that expensive, but I'm sure that there is a program out there that will let you upload charts & graphs.  Trying to see those things in motion is very difficult on an old man's eyes.  It would also add a touch of professionalism too.

Joey Ragone says:

Do u really think Trump cannot be bought? He doesn't need to be bought, but I am sure this man will make deals with other nefarious types. He's just a joke to siphon off competition for Jebby.

Mark Turner says:

Hi Greg. Great vid. Nice to hear you talking for once. Your way of talking makes it easy for the everyday person to understand. Best wishes. Mark in the UK

william Divall says:

Greg, great talk. Thanks

Carol Ann says:

Chief economist of BOE said that negative interest rates are bad because when the return on savings fall into negative territory, people start taking their cash out of the bank and hoarding it…which then could slow rather than boost the economy.

What was more telling was his comment "It would be possible to stop the hoarding by abolishing cash..adding "that it is now reasonably clear that the payment technology embodied in (digital currency) Bitcoin has real potential.

So that's what the central banks are talking about behind the closed doors.

yakman1620 says:

Aren't negative rates a way to push people back into the stock and bond markets? They are lower now.

Brittney bloopsbump says:

Bitcoin is backed by mathematics, open source code, cryptography and the most powerful and secure decentralized distributed computational network on the planet, orders of magnitude more powerful than google and government combined. There is a limit of 21 million bitcoins (divisible in smaller units). Dollars are not backed by gold anymore since long time ago, they are printed by the trillions out of nothing by the private institution called "Federal" Reserve.

Receive and transfer money, from cents (micropayments) to thousands:

Almost for free (a few cents fee).

Privacy (no need to expose personal information)

Securely (encrypted cryptographically)

Instantly (from seconds to a few minutes)

Open source (auditable by anybody)

Worldwide (from anywhere to anywhere on the planet).

Peer-to-peer (no intermediaries with a cut)

Public ledger (transparent, seen by everybody)

Decentralized (distributed with no single point of failure)

No chargebacks-No fraud ('push' vs' 'pull' transactions).

Peter Kutulas says:

Greg, thank you for taking the time to educate some people that take the time to view this critical information. Keep it up.

bedstuy rover says:

This sudden explosion of refugees pouring across the European frontier seems like one of those nasty situations only the secret services could conjure up.The brezinzski doctrine calls for one superpower,the U.S..The flood of people seeking asylum are causing the nations of Europe to turn on each other;open borders have slammed shut;banking policies are crippling European economic cooperation;the conflict in Ukraine has reversed the economic cooperation between Russia and Germany-a union between the two could have formed the most powerful state in the world.I wonder if the Anglo-American alliance has anything to do with the destruction of the middle east and the ruinous policies of the central banks?

Glenn W. says:

Greg…………….Umm, if I had inherited 400 million bucks from my hard-working daddy, and he sent me to Wharton business college, I believe I could have built a several billion dollar empire……I don't buy into Trump. He IS NOT a self made man. He is a privileged business crook. And, he has committed VERY unethical acts in his "deals". His "Art of the Deal" is more aptly, the "Art of the Steal". And Greg, what the heck are you doing giving any sort of kudos to ANY of the rest of that pack of neo-con psychopaths? Oh, and although you think that Trump "cannot be bought", I guarantee that he CAN BE BLACKMAILED! And by those two methods, our elected government is controlled! Anyway, I always give you a thumbs up, whether I 100% agree with you, or disagree with you to any extent. Great work, as always. Bless you, and yours. occupy peace dot us

mrleverage2006 says:

Greg, I just returned from a week in Canada. Elections are the topic in Canada; balancing the budget was the conservatives goal and so far they are staying on track. While we were there, the Canadian government announced how many Syrians they were going to bring into Canada. 71% of Canadians said they want tighter controls for immigrants to enter their country,PERIOD! Now, will their government listen? They still have expensive housing and younger families have a tough time with everyday expenses but overall there is a sense of pride in Canada. * footnote something I see fading here in SoCal and that is the sense of pride of being a U.S. citizen.

HighConsciousness1 says:

Paul Wins this years Mackinac Republican Straw polls!!! Stand and Stay with Rand Greg.

ichthus1890 says:

Trump is bought and paid for and if you can't figure that out Greg you need to smell the coffee. The only ones that have any measure of independence are the ones that want to talk with Putin.

Chris Taylor says:

Upload more videos please.

Comments are disabled for this post.