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David Jensen
Personally warned Gov. of Bank of Canada David Dodge of 2008 financial crash in 2007. Profile:
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David Jensen 48m
rises $165 /oz from May 30 to June 25. Bullard then comes out today and says 50 basis point cut is not necessary. The 's bubble economy stopped collapsing this morning.
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David Jensen 1h
Replying to @NorthmanTrader
The 4 Horsemen are all lagging indicators compared to the Money Supply (TMS) that was cut in 2017 exactly as just prior to 2001 and 2008 market crashes. It is over.
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David Jensen 2h
trades as it does as there are no 'unallocated' contracts (promissory notes) to set the spot price as with at London's LBMA & NY's COMEX exchanges. Even w/ the paper promissory note burden, Gold's getting off the mat.
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David Jensen 2h
That's just Federal debt. Total US debt (Federal, state, municipal, corporate, consumers, etc. debt) is $72T - see the Fed z.1 Flow of Funds report.
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David Jensen 3h
There's $72T of total US debt outstanding. It must be serviced and increased or the 's debt bubble economy explodes - as it is. Nothing to do with "Some countries have stopped using the USD".
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David Jensen 3h
Italy should offer that ECB keeps Draghi w/ his printing press and Italy will keep the . Fair deal. Can see why the EU wants a European army right now.
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David Jensen 4h
THIS IS NOT A SAFE THING TO SAY to a person from Venezuela, Argentina,, Turkey, Brazil, Iran, Zimbabwe, etc. if you are in the same room as them...
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David Jensen 4h
has catapulted US economy toward crash by slashing Money Supply. FED narrative: Richmond Fed President Barkin: THERE IS A RISK US TALKS ITSELF INTO A RECESSION, But Sees No Sign That Is Happening Yet (June 25, '19)
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David Jensen 7h
says he spent time brushing up on economics to prepare for job as chair. Oblivious to the 's cut-off of Money Supply in 2017 and has walked right into a maelstrom. Lee Harvey Powell.
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David Jensen 7h
Powell "grapplling" with "whether these uncertainties will continue to weigh on the outlook". The choked-out the Money Supply for 30 months to the level that triggered the 2008 Financial Crisis.
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David Jensen 8h
Bullard: I was just kidding. (In 4 weeks when it's clear that the economic collapse is accelerating b/c tightened the Money supply over the past 30 months.)
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David Jensen 9h
Given Obama funded & supplied ISIS / al Qaeda throughout Syria, Iraq, Libya, etc. (ref. Tulsi Gabbard) / & ), makes you wonder why the focus on ? How many US soldiers killed?
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David Jensen Jun 24
Gold volatility (GVXX) waking up and Treasury yields tumbling. There's a message in there. HT
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David Jensen Jun 24
As everyone remembers, in 2012 when CNBC's Bob Pisani held up a putative GLD gold bar in GLD's vault, it wasn't even on their bar list. 'GLD adds 1.12 million ounces on paper' - a safer way to say it.
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Rudy Havenstein, Smiling Politely Jun 24
Replying to @federalreserve
Warren Buffett lost money unwinding a relatively tiny derivative position in fairly ideal conditions. How would 27-year-olds at Citi do in a panic with trillions involved?
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David Jensen Jun 21
"Flash U.S. Manufacturing PMI at 50.1 (50.5 in May). 117-month low." There is a crash already on and it is accelerating. Started by the slashing Money Supply in Q1 2017 to level that triggered the 2008 Financial Crisis.
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David Jensen Jun 23
Morgan Stanley Business Conditions Index MSBCI showed the biggest one-month drop since it was tracked going back to 2002 and very close to its lowest absolute reading since December 2008. HT
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David Jensen Jun 24
Two years after the started choking the money supply to the 2008 GFC trigger level, as usual the economy tanks. No magic there.
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David Jensen Jun 23
has seriously damaged the economy running negative real rates (Fed Funds minus CPI) since 2010 & now snapping interest rates positive. Considering actual CPI running more like 7% than declared 1.8%, the damage even greater.
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David Jensen Jun 23
has seriously damaged the economy running negative real rates (Fed Funds minus CPI) since 2010 & now snapping interest rates positive. Considering actual CPI running more like 7% than declared 1.8%, the damage even greater.
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