Predicting The Black Swan CRASH

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FOR EDUCATION ONLY

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How does an empire die? Often, it seems, there is a growing sense of decay, and then something happens, a single event that provides the tipping point. In today’s video, we analyze this question through the prism of economics and look into the growing belief that the United States of America is crumbling. An opinion now shared by many prominent investors including Charlie Munger, Ray Dalio, and Peter Schiff. While most may not directly state it, as you will see throughout this video there is growing evidence that they all seem to support some sort of theory that assumes the peak of American society has already passed and that NOW we have begun our plummet down. A story of inflation and money printing.

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A black swan event, commonly used in finance, is an extremely negative event, unexpected and unidentifiable.

In stock market crash history, “black swan events” usually send markets tumbling. Black swan events are dreaded by investors, because the events cause a severe, unpredictable impact. The crash of the U.S. housing market during the 2008 financial crisis is one of the most known black swan events.

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The Federal Reserve recently released a Financial Stability Report. The Fed compiled all their data and theories, and condensed them into an 80-page document explaining the risks to the economy. Many problems exist and the Fed is aware of them, and warns us about the potential catalysts for a stock market crash.

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