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Pole Shift, Need to be in a cave,
Nuke plants go down due to lack of electricity
Russian Israeli troops for social control
Georgia Guide stones
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The United States is able to destroy the Syrian air forces with the help of only three warships and 24 drones, a member of the US Institute for the Study of War, Christopher Harmer, says.This will prevent the Syrian air forces from being used against civilians and the rebels.
According to the expert a limited strike will disable the Syrian air forces, while a large-scale military operation will guarantee that the forces will not recover from the strike.
The expert also believes that the Syrian missile defense system is no threat to such an operation, as the US equipment is much more precise. This means that there is no necessity to destroy the Syrian missile shield, he explains.
Marc Faber Fed Monetary Policy Will Destroy World
Interest rates should rise 13% more!
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The yield on the 30-year bond created a bullish inverse head & shoulders, suggesting rates should rise quickly....and they have over the past 90-days.
MAULDIN: The Stock Market Is Astoundingly Expensive And We Could Have A Historic Crash
Can It Get Any Better Than This?
To many investors, developed markets appear healthier and stronger than they have in years. Major equity markets are rallying to record highs; corporate credit spreads are tight versus US Treasuries and getting tighter; and broad measures of volatility continue to fall to their lowest levels since 2007.
This kind of news would normally point to prosperity across the real economy and call for a celebration – but prices do not always reflect reality. Moreover, the combination of high and rising valuations, low volatility, and a weakening trend in real earnings growth is a proven recipe for poor long-term returns and market instability.
Let’s take the S&P 500 as an example. It returned roughly 42% from September 1, 2011, through August 1, 2013, as the VIX Index fell to its lowest levels since the global financial crisis. Over that time frame, real earnings declined slightly (down about 2% through Q1 2013 earnings season), while the trailing 12-month price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio jumped 44%, from 13.5x to 19.5x. That means the majority of the recent gains in US equity markets were driven by multiple expansion in spite of negative real earnings growth. This is a clear sign that sentiment, rather than fundamentals, is driving the markets higher.
Dow, S&P 500 End at Record for 2nd Day Despite Tepid Jobs Data
Economic Growth Momentum Is Fading
4 Out of 5 Americans Face Joblessness, Poverty
Rampant Inequality – Which Destroys Economies – Skyrockets to the Highest Levels In History
2013: Fukushima Nuclear Disaster Going From Horrible To Horrendous Video
Japan’s First Astronaut: Gov’t lies about Fukushima disaster — Vital info on radiation risks kept from public to “maintain law and order”
New Great Depression 2013 Prepare for an Economic global Collapse WW3 Coming soon