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Global debt crisis still getting worse and sovereign bond crisis inevitable

Posted on 05 July 2013 with 2 comments from readers

Predictions about the long term demise of sovereign bond markets are nothing new but the situation is getting worse not better. Gold at present prices is an amazing buy. But beware of loading up on debt now.

Tyche Group’s Martin Hennecke discusses Federal Reserve monetary policy and bank credit ratings on Bloomberg Television’s ‘Asia Edge’…

Posted on 05 July 2013 Categories: Bond Markets, Global Economics, Investment Gurus, Sovereign Wealth Funds, Video Channel

2 Comments posted by readers:

Comment by James M - 06 July 2013

When you utter the words, esp in title form, ” sovereign bond crisis inevitable”, things are getting serious. In this case all bets are off, as to the high-water mark gold could etch. Is this the big one? Are we going to see a seismic event? I think its early, but I’m on the wavelength.

All the forecasters are talking that three letter word. Is any one, or any thing at the helm, i’m asking. If so, what do they want?

I’m pretty sure someone is at the helm. I just have to look up at once was blue sky.

Comment by Kezzakez - 07 July 2013

What’s also interesting is watching
that was on Bloomberg on Friday 5th July 2013. Looks like PAGE concept that Ned Taylor and Andrew McGuire mentioned a couple of years ago is now taking place in Singapore. Now watch even more gold and silver move east and the proper price discovery finally take place (I hope). Not sure the interviewer can grasp the potential consequences of this development. Hopefully the gold and silver manipulator researchers are more perceptive. The East are fast loosening the grip of the Reserve Currency.

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