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Panic is spreading through the financial markets and the global economy is rapidly sliding back into severe recession. This worsening crisis won’t come as a surprise to Macro Watch members, who have been warned that a new global slump was inevitable. (Please see the list of some recent Macro Watch videos below.)

 

For those of you who have not joined Macro Watch, I hope you will take a look at this new Introduction To Macro Watch video. It explains the ideas behind Macro Watch and shows you what you can expect if you become a member. The global economic crisis is far from over. It’s not too late to understand why this is happening. If you find the video useful, please share it with your friends and colleagues.

 

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If you have already joined, this would be a good time to log in and review some of the videos below:

 

The Prospects For Asset Prices: A Very Dangerous Moment

August 23, 2015

Panic selling characterized the equity and commodity markets last week. In this video, we consider the outlook for equities, bonds/interest rates, property prices, commodities and currencies. We also reexamine the causes behind the new global recession and think over how much worse things could become.

 

Monetary & Fiscal Austerity Explain The New Global Recession

August 12, 2015

Like it or not, our global credit bubble cannot remain inflated without ongoing large-scale government stimulus. Instead, we now have both monetary and fiscal austerity. That means the chances of a new worldwide economic breakdown are once again on the rise.

 

Global Recession: Sudden and Severe

July 24, 2015

The global economy appears to be moving rapidly back into recession. Commodity prices have crashed to a 13-year low, world industrial production has begun to fall and world trade is contracting. In fact, measured in dollars terms, world trade is collapsing! In this video, we take a close look at the rapidly deflating global economic bubble and consider how much worse things are likely to become.

 

Unsustainable Wealth

July 10, 2015

US Household Sector Net Worth has risen by a mind-boggling $30 trillion since the first quarter of 2009. At $85 trillion, it is now 55% higher than at the depth of the crisis – and 25% above its pre-crisis peak. This is how the Fed has made the economy grow: by inflating asset prices.   But this is unsustainable wealth. Much of it will evaporate if interest rates begin to rise.

 

Liquidity Gauge Update

April 25, 2015

Liquidity determines which way asset prices move. When there is excess liquidity, the price of stocks, bonds and property tends to rise. When liquidity is negative, the price of those assets tends to fall. After two years of excess liquidity – and rapidly appreciating asset prices – liquidity will turn negative in the second half of this year AND REMIAN NEGATIVE FOR THE NEXT FIVE YEARS! In this video, we look at how the approaching liquidity drain will impact US asset prices during the quarters and years ahead.

 

Has The Next Recession Begun?

April 7, 2015

Recent economic data has been startlingly bad. The Atlanta Fed’s GDPNow model suggests that US GDP will grow by only 0.1% during the first quarter of 2015. The financial markets are positioned for interest rate hikes. How would they respond if this new economic “soft patch” turns into a recession – as I expect it will?

 

China’s Economic Crisis

Second Quarter 2014

China’s economic growth model of export-led, investment-driven growth is in crisis. This video explains why and what to expect next.

 

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