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This is how long we got
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10-02-2017 05:46 PM

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Post: #256
RE: This is how long we got
I think the fed has some conspiracy theorists working, they need to reign these guys in they are letting out some truth

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Insanity is a relative term. You're most likely to catch it from your immediate family.
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10-02-2017 05:48 PM

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Post: #257
RE: This is how long we got
SkeptiSchism  Wrote: (02-02-2017 08:05 PM)
Debt Expansion = 0.085
Debt 2017 = 2.00E+13
GDP 2017 = 1.70E+13
GDP expansion = 2.5%
Average interest on debt 2.5%
Allowable Percentage of Taxes to Interest 25.0%

Year Debt GDP Taxable Amount 33% Taxable Amount Interest on the debt
2018 $21,700,000,000,000 $17,425,000,000,000 $2,962,250,000,000 $740,562,500,000 $542,500,000,000 ok
2019 $23,544,500,000,000 $17,860,625,000,000 $3,036,306,250,000 $759,076,562,500 $588,612,500,000 ok
2020 $25,545,782,500,000 $18,307,140,625,000 $3,112,213,906,250 $778,053,476,563 $638,644,562,500 ok
2021 $27,717,174,012,500 $18,764,819,140,625 $3,190,019,253,906 $797,504,813,477 $692,929,350,313 ok
2022 $30,073,133,803,563 $19,233,939,619,141 $3,269,769,735,254 $817,442,433,813 $751,828,345,089 ok
2023 $32,629,350,176,865 $19,714,788,109,619 $3,351,513,978,635 $837,878,494,659 $815,733,754,422 ok
2024 $35,402,844,941,899 $20,207,657,812,360 $3,435,301,828,101 $858,825,457,025 $885,071,123,547 BUST

Sorry for the mess, calcs came from a spreadsheet, I'm an engineer not a publisher dammit.


That's pretty dang good! Places us around the hundred year reset mark.

Good Job!
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10-03-2017 12:06 AM


Post: #258
RE: This is how long we got
Sniper cat:

We are observing an episode that will make future investors wince. Just like the two closest analogs, the 1929 high and the tech bubble, I expect that future investors will shake their heads in wonder at the stark raving madness of it all, and ask what Wall Street could possibly have been thinking.

This is it, I'm betting no more bubbles after this one because the suckers will finally realize they've been suckered.
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10-05-2017 04:25 AM


Post: #259
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Maduro Visits Putin, Proposes Global Oil Trade In Rubles, Yuan

Three weeks after the US imposed financial sanctions on Venezuela in an effort to cripple its economy and choke the Maduro regime, which in turn prompted Caracas to announce it would no longer receive or send payments in dollars, and that those who wished to trade Venezuelan crude would have to do so in Chinese Yuan, today during an energy summit held in Moscow, Venezuela's president Nicolas Maduro proposed to expand his own personal blockade of the US, by proposing that all oil producing countries discuss creating a currency basket for trading crude and refined products. One which is no longer reliant on the (petro)dollar.

“Developing a new mechanism of controlling the oil market is necessary,” Maduro said on Wednesday at the Russian Energy Forum, being held in Moscow this week.

Quoted by RT, Maduro also blamed trade in crude oil paper futures as having an adverse impact on the oil market, which has undermined attempts by OPEC to stabilize prices. To counteract such "speculation", Maduro proposed an alternative currency basket, one which is based not on the world's reserve currency but includes the yuan, ruble, and other currencies, and which will mitigate the alleged adverse impact of futures trading.

Less than 1/2
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10-05-2017 06:05 PM


Post: #260
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Russia, Saudi Arabia Announce Billons In Energy Deals, S-400 Missile System Purchase

Two days ago, when we previewed the first ever visit by a Saudi King to the Russian capital - a move which prompted Bloomberg to call Russian president Putin the "new master of the Middle East" - we pointed out that according to Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak, a joint Russian-Saudi fund to invest in the energy sector will be announced during the forthcoming visit of the Saudi King to Moscow, and that the preliminary agreement to establish the $1 billion fund has already been reached.

Fast forward to today when diplomatic history was made on Thursday, when Putin met with the King of Saudi Arabia Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud - the first state visit to Russia by a reigning Saudi monarch - and the launch of a new level of relations between the countries, as well as billions in new energy-focused deals


It's happening right in front of us and we're saying, 'when it happens'.....

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10-05-2017 06:07 PM


Post: #261
RE: This is how long we got
Now, the market just needs to finally realize the dollar is effectively dead.
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10-15-2017 08:52 PM


Post: #262
RE: This is how long we got
Another brick in the wall.

BREAKING: Russia Issuing ‘CryptoRuble’

Russian President Vladimir Putin has officially stated that Russia will issue its own ‘CryptoRuble’ at a closed door meeting in Moscow, according to local news sources. The news broke through Minister of Communications Nikolay Nikiforov.

According to the official, the state issued cryptocurrency cannot be mined and will be issued and controlled and maintained only by the authorities. The CryptoRubles can be exchanged for regular Rubles at any time, though if the holder is unable to explain where the CryptoRubles came from, a 13 percent tax will be levied.


I think Putin is building his wall faster than Trump is building his.

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