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Thread: Dont Get Fooled! Be prepared, this is economics

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    It's been long time for not writing something in FF. Now I am back to discuss important and useful message to whoever read this particular thread.


    We're entering a period of financial crisis that is the greatest that the world has ever known. The wealth transfer will happen in this decade. Wealth is never destroyed, it is transferred. So on the side of each crisis , there's an opportunity. The excellent news is that all you've got to do to turn this crisis is to edue yourself. Think is your own eduion. Eduion of cash on the foundation. Eduion on market. Eduion on how international market functions. Eduion on these big players, central bankers, the stock market of how they can cheat you and how they can scam you. If you learn what's going on and know exactly how the financial world operates, you can place yourself on the side of wealth transfer. The video is to show you all about making your own crystal ball, being able to gaze in the future, being able to change the greatest astrophe in the history of humankind, this astrophe, into your excellent prospect.


    More analysis about global market system, history, astrophe and forecast should be published. This is to prepare myself and also to create my own crystal ball, and don't get fool by large players and currency. There'll be a new monetary system for each 30 to 40 years. Let see.

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    Money Behind The Secret Episode 1: Money VS Currency - Using chinese subtitle

    Number8203;

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    Money Beneath The Secret Episode Two: Seven Stages of the Empire With chinese subtitle


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    Money Behind The Secret Episode 3: Out Of Dollar Crisis into Golden Opportunity - With chinese subtitle


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    Money Behind The Secret Episode 4: The Biggest Scam in the History of Mankind - With chinese subtitle


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    Money Beneath The Secret Episode 5: The Downfall of Currency - Using chinese subtitle


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    Thank you for sharing it with us. As a newbie, my question is do we use all these in our transactions. Sorry as I know nothing but I am pupil of Finance and has ability to learn it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Thanks for sharing it with us. As a newbie, my question is, How can those be used by us in our trades. Sorry as I know nothing but I'm student of Finance and has skill to learn it well.
    I am not really pro in economy, but I have studied before. In my view, the paper money inside your wallet is useless if currency is downturn, your economy in bank obtained eaten due to bankrupt, even when you trading forex get a lot, eventually will get zero return because of money isn't any more valuable, all is only digits in computer screen. Should prepare to buy gold, silver or natural resources. I mean the physical materials. Anyhow, I am looking to buy gold bar and shop but better shop in your property. LOL....

    What I know so far, gold will shoot to greater price to coincide with money supply in order to keep balance, because money supply for many countries are climbing all of the time a lot more than gold price. If US dollars is downfall, some of the countries might endure although it would cause butterfly effect, because
    1. Those survival countries have adequate booked fund in their own central bank.
    2. Some of the countries don't peg with US dollars.
    3. Some of the countries don't trade with US dollars in bilateral trades before.

    Anyhow I am still studying and understanding, from history to future. And what have to be done, to scam market money and transfer the wealth to my own pocket while everybody is losing their blood money. For what we have learned, I will post more information.
    Thanks.

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    Read a news and remind me about the seven year cycle fantasy, there is an economy astrophe.

    The seven-year cycle has frequently been employed to the ebb and flow of the stock market. Prepare for all.



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    ~Intermarket Analysis~
    Let's learn about it. I will post information and share with everybody. Prepare for yourself.


    What's Intermarket Analysis?
    Intermarket analysis is a branch of technical analysis that examines the correlations involving four major asset classes: stocks, bonds, commodities and currencies. In his classic book on Intermarket Analysis, John Murphy notes chartists may use these relationships enhance their forecasting skills and to identify the phase of the company cycle. There are definite relationships between bonds and shares, bonds and commodities, and commodities and the Dollar. Knowing these relationships can help chartists ascertain the stage of the cycle, pick the businesses that are best and avoid the worst performing sectors.


    Inflationary Relationships
    The intermarket relationships depend on the forces of inflation or deflation. In a standard inflationary environment, stocks and bonds are correlated. This means they both move in precisely the same direction. The entire world was in an inflationary environment from the 1970's to the 1990's. These are the key intermarket relationships in a inflationary environment: A connection between bonds and shares Bonds change direction ahead of shares A connection between bonds and commodities An INVERSE connection between the US Dollar and commodities #8203;In an inflationary environment, stocks react positively to decreasing interest rates (rising bond prices). Low interest rates stimulate economic activity and boost corporate profits. Bear in mind that an inflationary environment does not mean runaway inflation. It only suggests that the inflationary forces are stronger than the deflationary forces.


    Deflationary Relationships
    Murphy notes that the planet changed from an inflationary environment to a deflationary environment around 1998. It started with the meltdown of the Thai Baht in the summer of 1997 and quickly spread to neighboring countries to become known as currency meltdown. Asian central bankers raised interest rates to support their currencies, but interest rates choked their economies and compounded the problems. Money was pushed against by the subsequent threat of deflation from shares and into bonds. Stocks dropped Treasury bonds rose sharply and US interest rates decline. This marked a decoupling between bonds and shares that would last for several years. Deflationary events continued since the housing bubble burst in 2006, the Nasdaq bubble burst in 2000 and the fiscal crisis hit in 2007.

    Obviously, deflationary forces change the entire dynamic. Deflation is negative for stocks and commodities, but positive for bonds. A rise in bond prices and drop in interest rates raises the threat and this places pressure on shares. Conversely, a decline in bond prices and rise in interest rates reduces the threat and this is positive for stocks. The list below outlines the crucial intermarket relationships . An INVERSE connection between bonds and shares A INVERSE relationship between commodities and bonds A connection between shares and commodities An INVERSE connection between the US Dollar and commodities #8203;

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