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Wednesday, August 19, 2015

23 Nations Around The World Where Stock Market Crashes Are Already Happening

Prophecy Sign:  The coming global economic collapse, (Ezekiel 7, James 5, Revelation 18)

So 23 nations are already seeing their markets crash in a prelude to the coming global economic tsunami.  And just what does a crashed economy look like?  You needn't look further that Venezuela and Greece to see what the future will entail.

23 Nations Around The World Where Stock Market Crashes Are Already Happening
As you read this article, almost every single stock market in the world is down significantly from a record high that was set either earlier this year or late in 2014.  But even though stocks have been sliding in the western world, they haven’t completely collapsed just yet. In much of the developing world, it is a very different story.  Emerging market currencies are crashing hard, recessions are starting, and equity prices are getting absolutely hammered. Posted below is a list that I put together of 23 nations around the world where stock market crashes are already happening. 

One of the World’s Most Respected Investors Predicts 2016 Stock Crash
Jeremy Grantham thinks US stocks could crash next year. Grantham is the founder of GMO, a firm that manages $118 billion. He’s widely respected for warning about the 2000 market crash and the 2008 financial crisis. Although most large money managers will tell you to always be in the market (which means you will always pay them fees), Grantham is willing to speak his mind, even if that means telling people to get out of the market. Grantham just made another bold call. He thinks the US market is “ripe for a major decline” in 2016. He says it could spark the worst crisis since the Great Depression. 

Economic Crisis Goes Mainstream – What Happens Next?

Greece Isn't Fixed... By A Long Way

Venezuela's currency is now so worthless that people are using it as napkins

Away from Caracas, shortages even worse in Venezuela

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