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The Financial Collapse of 2001 Unwinding
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Aftermath of the dotcom bubble. Financial Collapse ensued. Greenspan flooded the market resulting in the real estate bubble. That cause another financial crisis of 2008. That prompted Quantitative Easing (QE) for 5 years until Janet Yellen pulled the plug in which became known as the Taper Tantrum.

The US could afford stopping QE not so Europe, Japan and China which are still doing it.
Today, the world economy deals with these excesses as well as the changes in China which moves to a much slower GDP growth and move into higher valued added products.


The aim of this thread is to serve as a center of discussions of these major issues. Although we have had a thread dedicated to this theme, it has deteriorated into a reality show of the US political system which is not what this new thread is all about.


While the old Financial Collapse thread suffer from weak leadership and poor moderation this one will be kept clean of political shenanigans.
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444Is it savings surplus or massive balance sheet expansion of the world’s three maelmatador-6 hours ago
443Chinese yield curve inverted. Not good when you add in all that debt accumulateJohn Vosilla-Thursday
442To a greater or lesser extent, all of China’s big and successful internet companelmatador1Thursday
441lol...isn't new math(debt) wonderfulggersh-Wednesday
440China debt explosion youtube.comelmatador-Tuesday
439IMF warns China over ‘dangerous’ levels of debt Beijing reluctant to rein in borelmatador-Tuesday
438China's Economic Growth Dials Back Bloomberg News August 14, 2017, 5:00 AM elmatador-Monday
437insiders always do best... biggest buyers of stocks, Japan, Swiss and corporatiggersh-Sunday
436Short sellers target high-flying US technology stocks Investors ramp up bets agaelmatador-Sunday
435Message 31220851 FANG being the leaders w/the midas touchggersh-Sunday
434Will Student Debt Keep You From Buying a Home? A large number of would-be buyerselmatador-Sunday
433some very exciting times in the next 90 days. that we are going to get a 25% celmatador2Sunday
432 To: Don Green who wrote (19705) 8/12/2017 9:55:31 AM From: John P siliconinvesJohn P1last Saturday
431Deleveraging did not happen. In the five years, from 2008 financial crisis, to 2elmatador-last Saturday
430It's just like the problematic Aceh Province in Indonesia populated by separElroy Jetson-August 11
429Kenya is a route to landlocked countries. en.wikipedia.org [graphic]elmatador-August 11
428Hi El, I potsed is on my Maket Laboratory the week before dennis gartman brougJohn P-August 10
427Party on ... In Debt We Trust for U.S. Consumers With $12.7 Trillion Burden bloSnowshoe-August 10
426A new railway AND a new road that will compete for traffic between Mombasa and NSnowshoe-August 10
425Commodities going up: Oil, Copper. Aluminum, Iron ore. Oil, Oil hits 11-week helmatador-August 10
4241.5 million people in Russia's Far East, and in Siberia, were left without Elroy Jetson-August 10
423Hi El, yes...... some of these companies have very significant burn rates......John P-August 10
422These Charts that keep bugging me [graphic] [graphic] bloomberg.comelmatador1August 9
421we shall seeJohn P-August 9
420Billionaire bond guru Gundlach predicts he will make 400% on his bet against theelmatador-August 9
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