If you are wondering what is going on with the global economies nowadays, here are some videos explaining how the US Debt Crisis developed over time and how some of the countries are in a debt crisis.

To most, the recent economic climate is depressing. However, to all the investors out there, this climate means opportunities! The volatility of all the market places that we know of are extremely enticing for investors to make their bucks. Don’t miss out on these investment opportunities. If you see it, do your homework, and seize it.

On a side note, we are giving away a free financial article called Understanding Inflation. Do look out for it in our coming workshops!

  1. This is an actual search question, and clearly concerns people who face debt problems. The short answer is most certainly ‘no’; debt negotiation should be quite a regular thing. Though few of us really want to do much of it. But it is the best way of managing problems and resolving them, as well as limiting them in the first place.
    In America: governments, businesses, individuals are now buried under a mountain of debt. A mountain of debt that will never be repaid.

    Who will borrow when they can’t make the payments on the debt that they have already? The math alone calls for a system reset, a debt jubilee.

    Investors are already losing… in a rigged monetary casino that rewards usury, speculation, and currency manipulation while looting main street.

    There is a moral principle that debts should be honored. That is, debts between businesses that buy and sell real products, not bundled ponzi schemes, debts between individuals, between friends and businesses that know each other to be rational and moral, debts based on investments where there is a rational expectation of return.

    There is also a moral principle that unjust debts should be cancelled, and usury legislated against. Debts that are ‘odious’, debts based on fraud, debts to dictators, debts arranged by oligarchs without the consent of the general population (the 99 percent who have been left out of the equation), debts based upon compound interest upon compound interest, that should have been written off long ago, the debts need to be cancelled in a general jubilee. Think outside the box. It’s time for a jubilee.

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