Note: Alan Greenspan’s interviews are well-scripted and intended to be taken seriously by the initiated. Both of his “bond bubble” interviews came on the same day as US Fed Chairman official appearances. This was not a coincidence.
Globalist monetary system mouthpiece and former Federal Reserve Chariman Alan Greenspan told CNBC on Thursday the decades long bull market in bond prices is coming to an end. This time he sounded much more somber and spoke matter-of-factly that the bond market will unwind.
“We are in a bond market bubble” that’s beginning to unwind, he said on “Squawk on the Street,” as new Fed Chairman Jerome Powell appeared on Capitol Hill for the second time this week. “Prices are too high” on bonds, Greenspan added.
Greenspan said he’s optimistic about growth in the short term due to the new GOP tax reform law, particularly the federal corporate rate cut from 35 percent to 21 percent.
But long term, he said he’s “rather dismal” due to the “gradual encroachment of entitlement spending on gross domestic savings,” which is defined as GDP minus total spending.
An excerpt of his interview is included in the article. It went on to add:
Just before stocks and bond prices started tanking in the beginning of February, Greenspan said in a Bloomberg interview on Jan. 31 that he saw bubbles in both markets. “The bond market bubble will eventually be the critical issue,” he said.
I began warning followers of my blog and podcasts since January 26th to get into all cash as the financial markets were about to enter a new phase. The bond market was to lead the way. Why did I say this?
- On January 26th, US Treasury Secretary and Skull & Bonesman, Steve Mnuchin began talking down the dollar in direct contradiction to the US’s best interests. These comments ostensibly came from nowhere, which pointed to them being scripted.
- This was followed up by Greenspan’s first bond bubble interview on January 31st, which aired about 30 minutes after the US Fed concluded their January meeting.
- The Dow dropped 666 points on February 2nd.
- On February 4th, during her well-scripted interview on CBS, Janet Yellen contemplated bubbles as she said real estate prices were too high.
Please understand, these appearances are not random; they are well-scripted and planned in advance. They are intended to be a warning and proclamation to the elite of the secret societies that a change of direction in the financial markets is about to be embarked upon. Last decade’s unwinding took almost three years before the bottom fell out, but was announced in advance by the globalist mouthpieces. It is clear that this will accelerate as time goes on – the mouthpieces have said so.
Of course, the mainstream press and media are at a loss for why things are beginning to look precarious. They discuss all the red herrings, but at the core of this dynamic is the fact that the global elite have decided to take the globe in a new direction. The official spokespeople of the New World Order have spoken and we best listen to the warnings.
If you listened to last night’s podcast of my shortwave show, I laid out all of the evidence that real estate has topped out and that part of this bond market unwinding that Greenspan discusses will involve residential and commercial real estate.
The markets sold off today for the sundry reasons of tariff talk, inflationary pressures, and trade wars. But at the heart of today’s market action was the announcement by Alan Greenspan that the great bond market unwinding is accelerating. You best listen and get as liquid as possible. By definition, most will be on the wrong side when things fall apart.
Don’t be one of those who will lose a lot of money. In my podcasts I have discussed what we must be doing right now. Don’t be fooled by the sensory overload and diversions of the patriot media. Don’t listen to your friends and family. We need to stay independent-minded, focused, and objective.
It is clear that if what Greenspan is saying comes to pass we are about to enter a dark time for humanity. For now, cash will be king.