STOCK MARKET CRASH IMMINENT: A Collective Collapse In Global Demand Is What Happened During The Great Depression. It’s Happening Again Today!!! October 15th, 2012

Monday, October 15, 2012
By Paul Martin

Investmentwatchblog.com
October 15th, 2012

Gold And The Disappearing Yield, Death of Equities?

RISK IS IN THE HOUSE

LIBOR’s getting high

As central bankers try

To calm the markets down

But risk is back in town

Risk is in the house Yo!

Risk is in the house

Credit lines are drawn

Where’s the money gone

Spreads are growing fast

Markets sucking gas

Risk is in the house Yo!

Risk is in the house

Triple A means squat

Commercial paper rots

Monolines are down

‘Cause risk is back in town

Risk is in the house Yo!

Risk is in the house

Risk is going ‘round

Can you hear the sound

As tranches hit the ground

‘Cause risk is back in town

Despite today’s high stock markets’ valuations, investors are withdrawing money from stock markets in increasing numbers and are instead buying bonds. These are today’s bond lemmings, bond buyers bound together in the deluded belief that bonds are safe. They are not.

On October 11, 2012, a Wall Street Journal blogger wrote: …investors pulled $10.6 billion out of stock funds in the week ended Oct. … That was the biggest weekly outflow of the year and the largest since August 2011…

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