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    May 2007

    Default Re: Sell Everything

    The next recession:-
    I guess that it will be like 1980, brought on by high rates, throw in an odd hedge fund going belly up and more housing grief. Collapse…?...........No but the $ will take a beating, with less demand for them seeing how lots of oil trades don’t need them and the IMF has been sent packing by Cheap loans from China etc
    Trade War with China
    Gold rocketing?................Up to a point, but the central banks will KILL stone dead any attempt at a day-fact-o return to a Gold standard. I have a lot of Cash, few investments (BT) I like to see high rates, it would sort out a few people !
    I just wish we had a company like “Prudent Bear”……We don’t
    Last edited by Mega; 05-13-07 at 07:27 PM.



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