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OUCH! 2014 Crash Will Be Worse Than 1987’s

April 11, 2014 10:38 am est

The Mission Of The Silver News Surfer Has Always Been & Will Always Be – To Preserve Your Wealth, Protect Your Purchasing Power and Create Generational Wealth!

May Health Wealth And Success Be Yours!

 

Now onto protecting your wealth…

I know I sound like a broken record… But do you guys know what the heck you’re doing? This is a very dangerous game your playing in the stock market – and worst of all, some of you that I”ve spoke with over the last few days have absolutely no hard assets in your possession… Not a one!

Sorry to be so hard on you guys, but what the hell is the matter with you? The reasons you have given me for having ALL your money in equities and cash and none in hard assets is because you don’t know enough about it and you don’t know who to buy from. Are you kidding me guys?

I have been providing you with cutting edge information for the past 6 years and not only that, I have been providing fine silver, gold and color diamonds and I have strong references from happy customers up the wazoo (whatever that means)

The fact is that Markets don’t rise forever – Studies show that the average length of a bull market was just over three years, with the longest bull market being about five years. From the lows in March 2009, we are now more than five years into a bull market and you want to ride the wave into the wall?

Today, unlike 2008, we’ve got just about everyone who is anyone screaming “watch out below” and now you are seeing the volatility for yourselves first hand and you still want to hang around to see what happens because this is all you know? Let me guess… you, like so many I spoke to in 2008 and 2009 lost about 40% of your portfolio because you never saw it coming right?

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The average investors that I talk to are still in the equities thinking its going to continue much higher because that’s what their stock broker tells them. Hang in there buddy, this is just temporary, we’ve seen it before. You’ll be fine. Just ride it out. You’re in for the long haul anyway right?

Yup. Heard that in 2008 too. Do not have normalcy bias! (more about that below…) Did you know that these guys actually make money the longer you stay in whether you win or lose?

Now for something really BIG! On Monday, I am launching that something new I’ve been talking about for months. This explosive opportunity will only be shared with people who trust me enough to call me personally, because if I release the beast for the public to see, then it will get too far ahead of itself and everyone will start to copy it.

I will however, give you a hint: As noted above, there are some people who don’t invest in hard assets because they don’t know anything about it, so they stay with what they know… Stocks, CD’S, savings accounts and Money Markets… They just like cash!

 

Well friends, what if there were a “type” of savings account, CD or Money Market account that – instead of paying you this…

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You’d be paid out a 6% APY

Then, what if you had the option of either receiving this 6% interest each month deposited into your account, or letting it compound monthly? What? You now have a choice?

I think that some of you under-estimate who I am and who I am connected with. You’ve got problems… I’ve got solutions!

The only reason I went out to find this is because of you, my faithful readers and friends. Last year you asked me…

What other hard assets would be as good as gold and silver but not fluctuate so much with the market… what did I do? I brought you color diamonds.

You bitched and moaned about how your bank was only paying 1% interest on your money… what did I do? I went out and found a program that will pay you 6% on your money because I don’t focus on problems friends… I focus on solutions!

Now before you jump off your chair and start blowing up my phone, I need you to know NOT EVERYONE WILL BE QUALIFIED for this program, so don’t get pissed at me.

Whatever it is… Gold, Silver or cash… Its my humble opinion that those with a diamond will be in far better shape then those without, because diamonds are not money, they are an asset and this asset has a major disconnect from Wall Street, Central Banks and economic reports.

Click on the picture of the diamonds & look at The Colored Diamond Boom – Fancy colored diamond prices are showing significant gains in 2013 while other goods struggle along. As a result, the various auctions and tenders held in the past two weeks continued to set records, headlining the strength of the colored diamond market with both dealers and private buyers driving up prices.

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Now onto the breaking news that matters…

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2014 crash will be worse than 1987’s – Marc Faber says the stock market is setting up for a decline more painful than the sudden crash of 1987.

“I think it’s very likely that we’re seeing, in the next 12 months, an ’87-type of crash,” Faber said with a devious chuckle on Thursday’s episode of “Futures Now.” “And I suspect it will be even worse.”

“I believe that the market is slowly waking up to the fact that the Federal Reserve is a clueless organization,” Faber said. “They have no idea what they’re doing. And so the confidence level of investors is diminishing, in my view.” As investors adjust to this fact, and valuations shrink, he predicts a massive decline in the market.

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16 Signs That Most Americans Are NOT PREPARED For The Coming Economic Collapse – The truth is that only a small percentage of people out there are actively taking steps to get ready for what is coming.  Most of the country is not prepared at all.  In many ways, it is just like 2007 all over again.

There were many people that could see what was about to happen and were doing all they could to warn people, but most did not listen.  And then the great financial crisis of 2008 struck and millions of people lost their jobs and their homes.  Unfortunately, the next great wave of the economic collapse is going to be even more painful than the last one.  It is imperative that people get prepared for what is on the horizon, but for the most part it is just not happening.

The big problem is that we are facing is something called “normalcy bias”.  The following is how Wikipedia defines it…

The normalcy bias, or normality bias, refers to a mental state people enter when facing a disaster. It causes people to underestimate both the possibility of a disaster occurring and its possible effects. This often results in situations where people fail to adequately prepare for a disaster, and on a larger scale, the failure of governments to include the populace in its disaster preparations.

The assumption that is made in the case of the normalcy bias is that since a disaster never has occurred then it never will occur. It also results in the inability of people to cope with a disaster once it occurs. People with a normalcy bias have difficulties reacting to something they have not experienced before. People also tend to interpret warnings in the most optimistic way possible, seizing on any ambiguities to infer a less serious situation.

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Hey Dummy! No One Will Ring The Bell At The Top – It is, of course, at these times that investors should start to become more cautious about the risk they undertake. Unfortunately, the “greed factor,” combined with the ever bullish Wall Street “buy and hold so I can charge you a fee” advice, often deafens the voice of common sense.

When it comes to the stock market it is the “lack of fear” that we should be most fearful of.

In the case of the 2008 crisis, “The survivors pledged to themselves that they would forever be more careful, less greedy, less short-term oriented. But here we are again, mired in a euphoric environment in which some securities have risen in price beyond all reason, where leverage is returning to rainy markets and asset classes, and where caution seems radical and risk-taking the prudent course.

Not surprisingly, lessons learned in 2008 were only learned temporarily. These are the inevitable cycles of greed and fear, of peaks and troughs. Can we say when it will end? No. Can we say that it will end? Yes. And when it ends and the trend reverses, here is what we can say for sure. Few will be ready. Few will be prepared.”

It is in that statement that we find the unfortunate truth. Individuals are once again told that this time will be different. Anyone who dares speak against the clergy of bullishness is immediately chastised for heresy. Yet, in the end, no one will ring the bell at the top and ask everyone to please exit the building in an orderly fashion.

It is only then that anyone will ask the question of “why?”  Why didn’t anyone warn me? Why did this happen? Why didn’t we see it coming? Why didn’t someone do something about it?

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US Households To Withdraw $430 Billion From Stocks In 2014 – Most Since Last Bubble – According to a recent analysis by Goldman, in 2014 the US household is on track to withdraw a whopping $430 billion from US corporate stocks. i.e., sell. This will be the biggest net outflow by the Household group, which has constantly withdrawn cash from equities over the past decade, since the last market peak.

It is understandable why: with baby boomers retiring in droves, and with interest income non-existent, investors are forced to liquidate positions in order to generate, well, liquidity.

Perhaps a more disturbing question is why is the household outflow not bigger? After all it surpassed $1 trillion during the last market peak. Could it be because households just don’t have all that much equity left in a market which is now dominated by a mere tiny fraction of the entire US population?

But the biggest question is with household pulling cash out, who will provide the offsetting inflow into stocks? The answer: corporations of course – the same entity that injected a record $500 billion in stocks in the form of buybacks is set for another bumper year of net inflows, and according to Goldman companies are on par to match their 2013 buyback activity by buying back some $450 billion of their own stock in the coming year.

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