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The US Election, is a side show as whatever happens - The Next Crisis Is Already Baked into the Cake

By David Scott | Monday 7 November 2016


 


Governments have a tiger by the tail, and as debt continues to soar around the world that tiger will grow more and more frenzied, whatever the US election outcome. Eventually it will turn around and eat those who presumed they had it under control.  a debt-driven crisis of epic proportions becomes more likely with every passing day And when the bust comes, panicked capital will behave the way it did in 2009, pouring into assets like gold that can’t be created in infinite quantities by out-of-control governments and eager to please central bankers.

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