TraderStef: Global Currency Reset Implosion With A $250 Trillion Debt Bomb

Saturday, October 13, 2018
By Paul Martin
October 12, 2018

TraderStef says don’t focus on the “when”, but rather prepare your finances ahead of time. Here’s TraderStef explaining what is coming down the pike…

by TraderStef of CrushTheStreet (connect with TraderStef via Twitter or at TraderStef’s website)

Are you tired of the boring 1988 Economist magazine cover art depicting a new world currency in 2018? Me too, so I gave it a slight overhaul with a golden (pun intended) halo of the sun and Earth in today’s headline graphic. Today is ground zero if you extrapolated the date engraved upon the future coin as prophetic. The truth of the matter is that currency and financial system resets occur over a period of time, then a D-Day eventually comes to pass upon the peasantry. The great financial crisis that transpired ten years ago was a financial system reset slow train wreck, and D-Day culminated over a weekend with the Lehman Brothers collapse decision at the NYFRB.

As a primer to the leading up of a potential reset, or a reset to avoid another salvage operation that does not fix underlying issues, consider reviewing Three (Four) Bankers of a Financial Armageddon Salvage Operation, published on Sep. 14. The reset topic came up at the end of my interview with Dr. Dave Janda this past weekend without much time to expound on it, so the following are my humble two cents. I do not know how or when it will come to fruition, but we can peek into the whys and roads that are building to facilitate it.

Here is a flow chart of sorts that lays out the backbone of our current financial order of core players, as I understand them to be. More entities can be added, but this synopsis serves the purpose. A portion of the following information incorporates insights covered by Kenneth Storey.

The Rest…HERE

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