AuthorTopic: Is Deutchebank the German Lehman?  (Read 3377 times)

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Re: Is Deutchebank the German Lehman?
« Reply #15 on: September 28, 2015, 09:37:22 AM »

Things are OK with me, but I'm very worried about the future. Sense financial troubles dead ahead and it always leads to worry, trouble, and fear about close family members well being and ability to cope. 


I haven't read Wolf Richter in awhile, but I read the following article this morning, and I think it supports your sense of "financial troubles dead ahead".

This is When Bonds Go Kaboom!
   
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Re: Is Deutchebank the German Lehman?
« Reply #16 on: September 28, 2015, 09:51:19 AM »

Things are OK with me, but I'm very worried about the future. Sense financial troubles dead ahead and it always leads to worry, trouble, and fear about close family members well being and ability to cope. 


I haven't read Wolf Richter in awhile, but I read the following article this morning, and I think it supports your sense of "financial troubles dead ahead".

This is When Bonds Go Kaboom!
 

That is one of the major horrors that I find unsettling.

This currency violence that is going on is another. 

The risks of a financial accident and the loonies with their computer trading barbarian tactics, along with the total corruption of the regulatory agencies is a recipe for instant disaster.

When I think of the leverage in the system, it causes me to tremble JoeP.

 

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