MARCH 20 : ONE DAY EVERYONE TOGETHER

Pick Your Language

https://hagenbo.blogspot.com/2021/02/hela-varlden-borjar-organisera-sig.html

Thanks Don

gold

 

Dr. Seuss has been Cancelled

First Mr. Potatohead then the Muppets and Now Dr. Seuss …cancelled for being sexist and racist.

I do not like thee democrat
You’re ’bout as useful as a gnat

I do not like your cheating way
Your ignorance is on display

You rant you rave , you scream you cried
The smallest thing , you’re traumatized

I do not like your gender pap
There’s girls and boys , the rest is crap

I do not like your shaming scam
I do not like green eggs and ham

My kids you would re educate
and me you would incarcerate

So come for us you pervert schmucks
We’ll pick you off like sitting ducks

anon

The Fascinating World of Long Cycles and How they Operate

MESSAGE FROM THE EDITOR :

This work is via a new member . He has sent me a couple of links which outline his work on long cycles in general and the 18.6 year Real Estate Cycle in particular. I found it fascinating as I am sure you will . I invited him to post here at Goldtent. He is a money manager at a Regional Bank and therefore not able to post on Forums so I am taking to liberty to post his work. To respect his request for anonymity his work will be posted on the handle Cyclops.

I find the implications of this work incredible as it pertains to the Markets , Particularly Real Estate. This man is passionate about this work and feels it is hugely important . I agree . Thank you .

Cycles Within the US Stock and
Real Estate Markets

https://www.regions.com/-/media/pdfs/wealth-management/10-5-Cycles-in-the-RealEstate-Market.pdf?revision=558add32-a2cf-4c7c-a37c-fe73ebd396aa&la=en&hash=53A02980C3168E4A1521169556E2428F

Private Debt’s Role in Stock Market
and Real Estate Cycles

https://www.regions.com/-/media/pdfs/wealth-management/11121-Private-Debts-Role-in-Real-Estate-Market-v2.pdf?revision=81283984-4152-41c6-afbd-40e7cd490a6a&la=en&hash=FF5808E39B1287C1D13765E7614E18F8

DUTCH DEATH

If you die without being vaccinated it is FROM Covid

If you die right after being vaccinated it is WITH Covid (but from Something Else)

%^&Ks !

https://www.lifesitenews.com/blogs/in-dutch-nursing-home-two-thirds-of-residents-test-positive-for-covid-after-vaccination

Are vaccines safe in the elderly ?

People are Dying to Know !!

AUSSIE TENNIS FANS TELL EM WHERE TO STICK THEIR EFFING VACCINES

https://www.naturalnews.com/2021-02-27-tennis-australia-president-booed-praising-coronavirus-vaccines.html

I MAINTAIN THERE ARE A HELLOVE A LOT MORE PEOPLE WHO ARE AWARE OF THIS SHWABIAN SCAM

JUST LOOKING FOR A PLACE TO SHOW IT.

COULD THAT BE WHY NO FANS ALLOWED ?

THUMBS UP IF YOU THINK IT’S A HOAX

NEW WEBSITE…STILL UNDER CONSTRUCTION …BUT HAVE A LOOK

https://thumbsupmovement.net/

MAY YOU LIVE IN INTERESTING TIMES

https://thebigvirushoax.com/

GOVERNMENT BONDS

I admit my eyes tend to glaze over when the topic is Gov’t Bonds
All I know is as Bond prices drop ..Interest Rates Rise.
BUT at this point there is NOTHING more important to understand .
Here is the content of an email from Richard Duncan’s Macro Watch
I don’t subscribe yet but am thinking about it now.

THIS explains the situation so even a Bond Retard like me can get it.

A rout in the bond market last week sent government bond yields sharply higher and the price of a broad range of speculative assets painfully lower. For instance, Tesla lost nearly 12%. Even the price of Gold fell as low as $1,715 an ounce on Friday. If bond yields continue shooting up this week, the stock market and many other asset classes could very well suffer severe losses. So, what is the probability that yields will continue to rise? To answer that question, this week Macro Watch discusses the two most important factors that cause government bond yields to move: 1. The supply and demand for government bonds, and 2. Market expectations about the outlook for inflation. The video begins by looking at how many bonds the government will have to sell over the next seven months to finance the massive budget deficit expected for this fiscal year ending September 30th. It then asks how such a large deficit will be financed and who the buyers will be. Here the importance of the Treasury General Account, the US Treasury Department’s bank account at the Fed, is explained. As of February 24th, the Treasury had $1.44 trillion on deposit there. That means the government has already borrowed enough to fund a large part of this year’s budget deficit. However, there is more to the story than that. If the Treasury runs down the funds in that account by spending that money, it will flood the financial markets with liquidity. Given that the Fed intends to inject AT LEAST another $840 billion into the financial markets over the next seven months, as well, the problem may become excessive – rather than inadequate – demand for government bonds. In that case, in terms of supply and demand, government bond yields would be more likely to fall than to rise during the months ahead. But what about market expectations concerning the outlook for inflation? This is the more immediate problem. If investors fear inflation is going to rise, they may be reluctant to buy government bonds. This, in fact, was the problem that caused the rout last week. If investors become spooked about inflation, a buyers’ strike could continue pushing yields higher and set off widespread panic across the markets. Expect to see the Fed respond to this threat early this week. If government bond yields seem inclined to continue moving up, the Fed is likely to take action over the coming days to ensure that they don’t. The Fed could announce a large increase in the size of its asset purchase program or even suggest that it may soon adopt Yield Curve Control. Either of those moves would send yields tumbling. There is one other possible scenario, however. What if the Fed would like to see a healthy correction in asset prices to put an end to the wild speculation that has characterized the markets for much of this year? What then? And how likely is that? Macro Watch subscribers can login and watch this video now for all the details.”>A rout in the bond market last week sent government bond yields sharply higher and the price of a broad range of speculative assets painfully lower. For instance, Tesla lost nearly 12%. Even the price of Gold fell as low as $1,715 an ounce on Friday. If bond yields continue shooting up this week, the stock market and many other asset classes could very well suffer severe losses. So, what is the probability that yields will continue to rise? To answer that question, this week Macro Watch discusses the two most important factors that cause government bond yields to move: 1. The supply and demand for government bonds, and 2. Market expectations about the outlook for inflation. The video begins by looking at how many bonds the government will have to sell over the next seven months to finance the massive budget deficit expected for this fiscal year ending September 30th. It then asks how such a large deficit will be financed and who the buyers will be. Here the importance of the Treasury General Account, the US Treasury Department’s bank account at the Fed, is explained. As of February 24th, the Treasury had $1.44 trillion on deposit there. That means the government has already borrowed enough to fund a large part of this year’s budget deficit. However, there is more to the story than that. If the Treasury runs down the funds in that account by spending that money, it will flood the financial markets with liquidity. Given that the Fed intends to inject AT LEAST another $840 billion into the financial markets over the next seven months, as well, the problem may become excessive – rather than inadequate – demand for government bonds. In that case, in terms of supply and demand, government bond yields would be more likely to fall than to rise during the months ahead. But what about market expectations concerning the outlook for inflation? This is the more immediate problem. If investors fear inflation is going to rise, they may be reluctant to buy government bonds. This, in fact, was the problem that caused the rout last week. If investors become spooked about inflation, a buyers’ strike could continue pushing yields higher and set off widespread panic across the markets. Expect to see the Fed respond to this threat early this week. If government bond yields seem inclined to continue moving up, the Fed is likely to take action over the coming days to ensure that they don’t. The Fed could announce a large increase in the size of its asset purchase program or even suggest that it may soon adopt Yield Curve Control. Either of those moves would send yields tumbling. There is one other possible scenario, however. What if the Fed would like to see a healthy correction in asset prices to put an end to the wild speculation that has characterized the markets for much of this year? What then? And how likely is that? Macro Watch subscribers can login and watch this video now for all the details.

https://richardduncaneconomics.com/product/macro-watch/

Vaccination in Israel: Challenging mortality figures?

https://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/297051

“A front-page article appeared in the FranceSoir newspaper about findings on the Nakim website regarding what some experts are calling “the high mortality caused by the vaccine.”

The paper interviews Aix-Marseille University Faculty of Medicine Emerging Infectious and Tropical Diseases Unit’s Dr. Hervé Seligmann and engineer Haim Yativ about their research and data analysis. They claim that Pfizer’s shot causes “mortality hundreds of times greater in young people compared to mortality from coronavirus without the vaccine, and dozens of times more in the elderly, when the documented mortality from coronavirus is in the vicinity of the vaccine dose, thus adding greater mortality from heart attack, stroke, etc.” “

[…]

“Presumably, asymptomatic cases before vaccination, and those infected shortly after the 1st dose, tend to develop graver symptoms than those unvaccinated.”

-in other words, you’re more likely to get sick and sicker or die if you get “vaccinated”.

“Haim Yativ and Dr. Seligmann declare that for them, “this is a new Holocaust,” in face of Israeli authority pressure to vaccinate citizens.”

Governor Kristi Noem at CPAC

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y750zcVhOq4