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☯ Severe Recession Alert: The TSP Indicator is showing a strong signal and possible severe recession approaching...
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Are we drinking on this thread


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(12-03-2018, 12:08 AM)Martini and Cigar Wrote: Are we drinking on this thread


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You're darned right we are drinking on this thread. Cheer
"It’s Easier to Fool People Than to Convince Them That They Have Been Fooled."
- Mark Twain
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(12-03-2018, 12:08 AM)Martini and Cigar Wrote: Are we drinking on this thread


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Don't dull the senses now! Chuckle
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simply because we have not even come close to our true potential. ~cm ✡
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#14
I am not seeing it.

Manufacturing seems steady.
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#15
WTH is the TSP indicator? I have not heard of this. V6sRZf4
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(12-02-2018, 11:43 PM)Cryptic_Mole Wrote:
(12-02-2018, 11:38 PM)phxsparks Wrote:
(12-02-2018, 11:10 PM)Cryptic_Mole Wrote: Severe Recession Alert: The TSP Indicator is showing a strong signal and possible severe recession approaching in the next 1 to 5 quarters. The most likely scenario will be in the lower quarter range. It is important to note that the TSP indicator has not failed since 1953! ~cm ✡

Just a heads-up to keep a diligent watch because this is a great possibility. I'm not taking questions simply because I'm not sure what else to say except perhaps you should prepare. I usually try not to give warnings anymore, but since this comes from a very credible source, I felt obligated to warn my friends. What you do with this information is your business, but I'd take this one seriously people! ~cm

What is my credibility? I have traded in the Stock Market and Commodities markets for almost 40 years. I have also been involved in the precious metals markets since 2007 as well as buying and selling in the US and overseas, etc. ~cm

I own a couple of businesses.  At the street level the flow of cash is slowing down.  Receivables are being paid at a slower delayed rate.  What was being paid in 10 days is now paid in 30 days.  This was but one of the precursors I saw before the last financial implosion.

Beware and be prepared.  Make sure you have at least 60 days of funds to run the household in cash in small bills at your home.  Then if the banking system seizes up, you will be able to pay for necessities while figuring out what to do next.

Good luck to all!!

Spot on and pretty much says it all in your entire first paragraph.

I believe in March of 2019 there will be a defining moment. Its SHTF after that. Get ready for a Mad Max reality....Yeah
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(12-03-2018, 12:41 AM)bigD111 Wrote: WTH is the TSP indicator?  I have not heard of this.   V6sRZf4

Thin Air Spending Power Indicator
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(12-03-2018, 01:24 AM)Cryptic_Mole Wrote:
(12-03-2018, 12:41 AM)bigD111 Wrote: WTH is the TSP indicator?  I have not heard of this.   V6sRZf4

Thin Air Spending Power Indicator

Never heard of that! 1dunno1
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(12-03-2018, 12:41 AM)bigD111 Wrote: WTH is the TSP indicator?  I have not heard of this.   V6sRZf4

The best way to describe the TSP indicator is a Voodoo
priestess looks at chicken entrails on the ground and
makes predictions. Same principle.
We now have the longest running bull market in U.S. stock
market history. Ever. This is possible because the Feds did
2 magic things:
1. They lowered interest rates to near zero and have kept
it there since the hit of 2008.
2. They are creating money from nothing. Poof. Out of
nowhere. Notice I did not write "Printing money."
That takes too much time. They make it on the computer
with ones and zeros.
So, you remember the 2 TARP programs around 2008 & 2009 ?
Each handing out taxpayer money of nearly ONE TRILLION each
time to nobody knows where. Poof. What many are not aware of is
the GOV decided it wise to create $85 BILLION a month starting in
mid-2011 and just keep giving it to 'the too big too fail banks.' That
comes out to nearly ONE TRILLION more a year. Poof. ( I never did
hear if they stopped that program). It does explain how we went from
9 TRILLION in debt in 2009 to over 20 TRILLION in 2017.
How are we doing? Look at #1 and #2. If they mess with them even
a little, the game is done. I am not alone in this thinking. Check out:

https://internationalman.com/articles/th...-will-end/

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(12-03-2018, 01:29 AM)bigD111 Wrote:
(12-03-2018, 01:24 AM)Cryptic_Mole Wrote:
(12-03-2018, 12:41 AM)bigD111 Wrote: WTH is the TSP indicator?  I have not heard of this.   V6sRZf4

Thin Air Spending Power Indicator

Never heard of that!   1dunno1

Actually, it's called, 'TSP Composite Indicator', or, 'Thin-air Spending Power Composite Indicator' or Index and which is made up of different individual indicators or indexes.
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simply because we have not even come close to our true potential. ~cm ✡
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