Banking insider: The Japanese have lost control of their bond market …(“V” Makes The News!!!)
BY: KENNETH SCHORTGEN JR
MAY 25, 2013
On May 24, a financial analyst and former head trader at the Royal Bank of Scotland spoke on the Hagmann and Hagmann Report regarding the current state of the global economy. Known in the public sphere under the pseudonym of ‘V’, and labeling himself the Guerrilla Economist, this high level insider stated that the Japanese have completely lost control over their bond market, and the threat for a collapse of the Nikkei equities market is very likely.
V: I basically just got this hot off the press, and hot from the board rooms over here. The Japanese, and this is official… I’m going out on a limb saying this, and you can take it for all it’s worth… the Japanese have lost control of their bond market.
Doug Hagmann: V, for financial neophytes like me, what does that mean?
V: What that simply means is… see the stock market has been rising in Japan, as well as over here because of bond prices. Were in a very unique environment where, if the bond market goes bust, you’re going to see the Nikkei go bust with it, as well as real estate.