Economic events are already starting to snowball into an unavoidable decline
By Patrick Vermeister
11 July 2016
When Britons elected to leave the European Union on June 23, many who were in favor of remaining in the EU predicted a decline in the global economy. And yes, there was an immediate bearish reaction, as there is any time uncertainty suddenly hits.
Even though the markets have largely recovered from that shock, the politicians and bankers will nonetheless use it to blame any coming financial troubles.
What the Powers That Be purposely ignore is all the systemic risk and toxic assets that have existed for years and a steady decline that was long predicted by those in the know.
The global banking struggles at Deutsche Bank, as well as a group of top Italian banks, will undoubtedly bring about long-term market bearishness, so much to make the Brexit seem like a Sunday picnic. The advent of globalism and inter-connectivity means that even the smallest tremor could spark a grand financial tsunami around the world.
Deutsche Bank has been characterized by economist Dr. Jim Willie as “five times worse than Lehman Brothers (the collapse in 2008).” The International Monetary Fund recently referred to Deutsche Bank as “the most important net contributor to systemic risks” among globally significant banks. D-Bank also flunked a recent stress test for the second year in a row.
So, as politicians and central bankers will likely blame We The People, savvy investors will know the truth that global monetary problems are systemic.
Although the exact timing of Deutsche Bank’s collapse isn’t clear, we do know other facts that paint a clear picture as to the direction of the global economy in the near term and beyond.
Beginning July 1, the oldest of the U.S. Baby Boomers turned 70.5 years of age, meaning they are required to begin drawing on their tax-deferred retirement plans: IRAs, 401Ks and mutual funds. As a consequence, there will be a slow-drip market selloff of the $14-15 trillion in non-pension, non-Roth IRA assets held in Wall Street stocks, bonds and the like.
As another consequence, those benefitting from that selloff will have to start reporting the income to the Internal Revenue Service, that is, IF they remain U.S. taxpayers.
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“This sleight of hand makes the Federal Income Tax, at the exact same time, both voluntary and mandatory,” he added. “Once you’re a member of the club, your renewal dues are automatically renewed and mandatory - unless you know how to quit the club.”
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