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23 Nations Around The World Where Stock Market Crashes Are Already Happening

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Globe Earth World Planet Ominous - Public DomainYou can stop waiting for a global financial crisis to happen.  The truth is that one is happening right now.  All over the world, stock markets are already crashing.  Most of these stock market crashes are occurring in nations that are known as “emerging markets”.  In recent years, developing countries in Asia, South America and Africa loaded up on lots of cheap loans that were denominated in U.S. dollars.  But now that the U.S. dollar has been surging, those borrowers are finding that it takes much more of their own local currencies to service those loans.  At the same time, prices are crashing for many of the commodities that those countries export.  The exact same kind of double whammy caused the Latin American debt crisis of the 1980s and the Asian financial crisis of the 1990s.

As you read this article, almost every single stock market in the world is down significantly from a record high that was set either earlier this year or late in 2014.  But even though stocks have been sliding in the western world, they haven’t completely collapsed just yet.

In much of the developing world, it is a very different story.  Emerging market currencies are crashing hard, recessions are starting, and equity prices are getting absolutely hammered.

Posted below is a list that I put together of 23 nations around the world where stock market crashes are already happening.  To see the stock market chart for each country, just click the link…

1. Malaysia

2. Brazil

3. Egypt

4. China

5. Indonesia

6. South Korea

7. Turkey

8. Chile

9. Colombia

10. Peru

11. Bulgaria

12. Greece

13. Poland

14. Serbia

15. Slovenia

16. Ukraine

17. Ghana

18. Kenya

19. Morocco

20. Nigeria

21. Singapore

22. Taiwan

23. Thailand

Of course this is just the beginning.  The western world is going to feel this kind of pain as well very soon.  I want to share with you an excerpt from an article that just appeared in the Telegraph entitled “Doomsday clock for global market crash strikes one minute to midnight as central banks lose control“.  You see, the Telegraph is not just one of the most important newspapers in the UK – it is truly one of the most important newspapers in the entire world.  When it speaks on financial matters, millions of people listen very carefully.  So for the Telegraph to declare that the countdown to a “global market crash” is “one minute to midnight” is a very, very big deal…

When the banking crisis crippled global markets seven years ago, central bankers stepped in as lenders of last resort. Profligate private-sector loans were moved on to the public-sector balance sheet and vast money-printing gave the global economy room to heal.

Time is now rapidly running out. From China to Brazil, the central banks have lost control and at the same time the global economy is grinding to a halt. It is only a matter of time before stock markets collapse under the weight of their lofty expectations and record valuations.

I encourage you to read the rest of that excellent article right here.  It contains lots of charts and graphs, and it discusses many of the exact same things that I have been hammering on for months.

When one of the newspapers of record for the entire planet starts sounding exactly like The Economic Collapse Blog, then you know that it is late in the game.

Others are sounding the alarm about an imminent global financial crash as well.  For example, just consider what Egon von Greyerz recently told King World News

Eric, I fear that this coming September – October all hell will break loose in the world economy and markets. A lot of factors point to that, both fundamental and technical indicators and this indicates that we could have a number of shocks this autumn.

Sadly, most investors will hold stocks, bonds and property and will see any decline in value as an opportunity. It will be a long time and a very big fall before they realize that the system will not help them this time because the central bankers have run out of ammunition to save the global financial system one more time. Yes, we will see more massive money printing, but it will just make things worse. And at some stage, which could be quite soon, real fear will set in, a fear of a magnitude the world has not experienced before.

Hmm – there is another example of someone talking about September.  It is funny how often that month keeps coming up.

And of course most of the major stock market crashes in U.S. history have been in the fall.  Just go back and take a look at what happened in 1929, 1987, 2001 and 2008.

The “smart money” has been pulling their money out of stocks for quite a while now, and at this point a lot of others have hopped on the bandwagon.  The following comes from CNBC

The flight of investor money from U.S. stocks has turned into a stampede.

In fact, the $78.7 billion leaving domestic equity-focused funds has been worse in 2015 than it was even during the financial crisis years, when the S&P 500 tumbled some 60 percent, according to data released Friday by Morningstar. The total is the highest since 1993.

Domestic equity funds surrendered $20.4 billion in July alone and have seen $158.6 billion in redemptions over the past 12 months. Even a strong flow of money into passively managed exchange-traded funds has been unable to offset the stream to the exit among retail investors, who generally focus more on mutual funds than ETFs.

A global financial crisis has already begun.

So those that were claiming that one would not happen in 2015 are already wrong.

Over the coming months we will find out how bad it will ultimately be.

Sometimes I get criticized for talking about these things.  There are a few people out there that don’t like all of the “doom and gloom” that I discuss on my website.  Apparently it is a bad thing to talk about the things that really matter and we should all just be “keeping up with the Kardashians” instead.

I consider myself just to be another watchman on the wall.  From our spots on the wall, watchmen such as myself all over the nation are sounding the alarm about what we clearly see coming.

If we saw what was coming and we did not warn the people, their blood would be on our hands.  But if we do warn the people, then we have done our duty.

Every day I just do the best that I can with what I have been given.  And there are many others just like me that are doing exactly the same thing.

Those that do not like the warning message are going to feel really stupid when things start falling apart all around them and they finally realize how wrong they truly were.

  • FortuneSeek3rz

    It sure is great to be an American. There will be no “collapse” in the American dollar or the American economy in the lifetime of anyone posting on this blog. America is in the global drivers seat, period.

    • Jill

      If the contrary voices are incorrect, then they will have still done all they could do to prepare for bad times. Paying off all consumer debt, downsizing our lifestyle, and embracing self sufficiency are just a few of the things that websites such as this one has spurred me to do. If you are wrong, however, what position will you be in? You nor your loved ones can survive on optimism alone.

      • Guest

        Well said, Jill. You’re doing all the right things.

      • FortuneSeek3rz

        Optimism is a poor substitute for rationality. Stay diversified in your investments and you’ll weather any economic storm. The U.S. is far too innovative and wealthy to be compared to these other countries. If you want to see a true collapse try Syria and Venezuela. Those living in the States need to realize what a privileged position they are in and stop worrying so much. Only one life to live!

        • alan

          Yea, we have a lot going for us and under the right leader we could easily come out of this in good shape. However we have a bunch of crooks looting the country, so we’ll see how that works out.

        • Gay Veteran

          check out the terrible labor participation rate

    • G21

      Of course, after a crash happens you won’t dare show your face around here again.
      If there’s still an internet, that is.

    • HeyAHuman

      Man, do you sound naive…

      • FortuneSeek3rz

        Nothing naive about it. The U.S. is an excellent position going forward.

        • Truthiseternal

          You’re missing the spiritual component. America’s reckoning will be worst of all this time around:(

          • FortuneSeek3rz

            Not everyone in America is morally corrupt although we do have our fair share. Many more evils going on in other parts of the world, IMO. Just read a story about albino children in Africa having their limbs severed to sell to witch doctors.

        • Illegal

          Its in an excellent postion to collapse!
          If you read any of the articles that Michael cites you will find there is something rotten on Wall Street. The Feds gave money to banks so they could issue loans to grow the economy. Instead the money was used to buy stocks. China and Japan bought US Treasurys. What shape are their economies? The Fed will need new loans to keep the bubble inflated. Who are they going sell US Treasurys to if your two biggest customers are underwater?

        • Malcolm Reynolds

          The U.S. is an excellent position going forward.

          That’s an outright low-info, idiotic statement. The US has more debt and unfunded liabilities than the entire planet’s GDP.
          Apparently you just came here to make yourself feel better by making fun of people. Too bad you haven’t used any the information available for free to bolster your position and assertions.

      • jhowell882

        or stupid and ignorant

    • Marco

      Right…and santa claus will give a brand new camaro in christmas….you sound like a idiot

      • SunnyFlaSnotress

        Marco, I wish that this board would mature beyond puerile name-calling.

    • Hans

      When the Roman Empire started to collapse, they could rob and pillage their neighbours. This kept the game going for long.
      However, they did not need to deal with a combination of suicide bombers and some of their opponents having nuclear weapons.
      When you (or for that matter a nation) spend more than you earn and consume more than you produce, your house of cards will come tumbling down.
      Even the greatest military power the world has ever seen, cannot intercept every incoming missile. For that matter, an item imported from elsewhere might well go “Kaboom” one day.
      Prepping is well and good. You might survive longer than your neighbours and outlive them. I just wonder about the aftermath, as the few survivors will be very vulnerable to other nations’ aspirations.

    • Bob332

      I’m sure the people in the U.S. before the 29′ CRASH had the same myopic belief, as so aptly demonstrated by you.

    • alan

      I agree somewhat with the dollar still being around. It just may not be worth much. I do have some US dollars at home from the 1950’s that are worthless, so it has happened before and can happen again. Rome collapsed but its still there, not the same as it was. So kind of depends on how you look at it. We have a lot going against us, more than just an economic mess. Tomorrow we could have a whole new America.

    • Malcolm Reynolds

      That’s an awfully arrogant assertion considering China, Russia, Iran, Brazil, Australia, etc have already been moving over the past year to kill the petro dollar. that WILL NOT happen in a vacuum.

      If we’re wrong, we’ve lost nothing, if you’re wrong, it could cost you your life – figuratively and literally.

      Good luck to you.

    • Gay Veteran

      just sucks to be among the millions of unemployed

  • G21

    Of course, crashing stock markets aren’t the only problem –
    Currency devaluation, commodity deflation and wage stagnation or regression are also taking place.

    • The Money Hater

      David Rockefeller’s nose is very pointed and Warren Buffet’s mouth looks like A garbage disposal.

    • James

      Currency devaluation is good- I get to invest in forex
      Commodity deflation is good- I get to invest in ETF cheaply.
      Wage stagnation- Go to college, get a job, get a side income. Because I went to college and got just a BBA in finance with a minor in applied statistics I make $$$ from my job

  • Alwaystomorrow

    The Economic Collapse Blog Has Issued A RED ALERT For The Last Six Months Of 2015

    Published 6/25/2015

    137 days until 12/31/2015.

    Lets do a count down every day until the end of 2015 and see just what happens

    • Marco

      its already happening….dont you see?

      • The Money Hater

        I see it rite in front of me rite now. Marc Dinger’s nose is almost bent down as far as it can go. Stock Market crash rite around the corner.

        • James

          use proper grammer please

          • DW

            “rite” on! LOL!

          • Alwaystomorrow

            Lets not forget capital letters starting sentences and periods at the end of them. Then again I need to practice what I say myself.

          • James

            Thank you,
            I will be much more careful.

          • Richard

            You could make a start by spelling ‘grammar’ properly

          • James


        • Alwaystomorrow

          With that kind of hard facts I may have to rethink things.

          • Marco

            I dont know why you make fun of this situation……since 8 years we are in this situation…..the economic crisis….and now the financial war betwen russia china and usa…..The numerous wars in this world and most important the situation in ukraine……very sensitive i can tell you…that happened because Obama decided to interfer in the way that russia loose is ally….Also the USA made a deal with saubi arabia to decrease the price of oil ….why? because 40 % of the budget of Russia came from oil…and now the people of Russia can afford only half of stuff they normally would…..Do you think that they going to stay put??????You could do coutdwon my friend…could not be this month….this year…..but something going to happen…and believe me a finacial crisis could be the trigger to world war 3….and this time there exist a weapon called nuke and EMP….You must be blind to say that everything is normal….i woul like to see the face of people who calls us retards when all become fall to pieces…..and begining already started

          • Alwaystomorrow

            I never said everything is normal.

      • Heinrich van Rooi

        Somehow he is still sleeping.

      • James

        So NBER announced a recession?

    • The Money Hater

      Rich fat cats and sharks are A like. Sharks are hungry for food and rich fat cats are hungry for money.

    • It’s funny how many are still not getting your countdown and/or criticize it… Nowhere you ever said that the collapse or crash would not come, but just “let’s see what happen until the end of 2015″…

      Seems that a lot think that you disagree with Michael and your countdown is a mockery… Personally it help me keeping an eye on things, and for those who like feast days, remember you can also use this countdown to prepare for New Years Eve 🙂

      • Malcolm Reynolds

        His countdown is a mockery.

        Nowhere you ever said that the collapse or crash would not come,

        He most certainly has said that.

        It’s funny how you overlooked his name and his comments to arrive where you did.

        • Alwaystomorrow

          If someone defines a “collapse” as the entire system shutting down and returning to the wild west where there is no electricity, food, medical services and we are all sitting in the basement guarding food and family with a shotgun in hand, correct I do NOT believe that.

          If someone defines “collapse” as a repeat of 2008 and maybe even somewhat worse, yes I believe that could happen.

          But even though most may think otherwise, I consider myself to be a “prepper” long before 2008.

          I have said this before, having no debt to me is the main step in prepping.

          Gold, silver, food storage, backup power would have done all the people that lost their homes in 2008 and beyond no good, but no debt certainly would have helped.

          I have made provisions for roughly a month if life as we know it gets a blip, but beyond that to ME is unnecessary.

          Those that feel different, you should do what makes sense them you as I will do for me.

          It is a shame how people with different opinions have to dislike people with different opinions.

          I like everybody. Well okay, not everybody.

          • Malcolm Reynolds

            If someone defines a “collapse” as the entire system shutting down and returning to the wild west

            Oh ok, so you’re going to define it as broadly as you possibly can to mock this site’s author, who DOESN’T describe what we face that way.

            Guess what that makes you. A low info a$$.

          • Alwaystomorrow


          • Alwaystomorrow

            By Michael S, on July 31st, 2015

            “And I kind of appreciate the countdown. It reminds people of my
            warning, and perhaps it will give some readers a renewed sense of

            These are Michael’s words not mine.

            Mr. Malcolm Reynolds, I will attach this to my countdown from now on.

          • Malcolm Reynolds

            So to you that quote means he thinks we’re facing Mad Max?
            YIKES! You’re illiterate as well as an a$$

          • Alwaystomorrow

            That quote is in response to you saying “His {Alwaystomorrow} countdown is a mockery.”

            Michael looks at it differently than you do.

        • You should take the time to read his comment concerning his countdown and why he does it…

          • Alwaystomorrow

            Or he can continue not liking what I say. That is fine with me. Life continues unaltered.

          • Malcolm Reynolds

            continues unaltered.
            Oh yes it will. a$$w!pe.

          • Malcolm Reynolds

            Cite it for me because I’m just such a yokel. Please cite where he warned of imminent Mad Max.
            FYI, financial collapse is NOT Mad Max.
            I’ll wait.

          • Well, will not lose my time in vain debate, I have way more important things to do than insulting people like you do. Keep your trophy…

          • Malcolm Reynolds

            you don’t want to get insulted, don’t defend that imbecile.

          • Alwaystomorrow

            You seem unhappy.

            I hope tomorrow is a better day for you. Remember, there is alwaystomorrow.

          • Alwaystomorrow

            You seem unhappy.

            I hope tomorrow is a better day for you. Remember, there is alwaystomorrow.

            I had a link to cheer up up but that is awaiting moderator approval. Hopefully it will show up soon.

          • Malcolm Reynolds

            Nah, it was a spectacular day. I don’t like imbeciles and unfortunately, you’re it.

          • Why do you need to insult people anyway??? Whether I defend him or not is not the point… even Michael – on HIS OWN blog – see something good in what he does (are you better than Michael to judge on HIS OWN blog?)… so WHY on earth do you feel the need to insult people? Can you not just disagree WITHOUT insulting people? It is possible you now… I can understand you disagree, I have no problem with that, but why the insult is above my head…

          • Malcolm Reynolds

            Because I can. Because I have a problem with imbeciles. Imbeciles have too much say in this country and most of our nation’s problems are because of imbeciles that aren’t reminded they’re dumber than a bag of hammers. So I’d rather let imbeciles know where they stand for the things they say. I’m sorry you don’t like it, but it’s really too damn bad.

            Now why don’t you jump all over that imbecile for his childish mockery of what’s essentially a lie?

  • Bill

    Michael, I don’t always agree but this great insight that is ignored by mainstream. Thanks for your amazing ability to research and organize so much information. It kind of smashes my TMETT theory!

    • MichaelfromTheEconomicCollapse


      Thank you for those kind words. And it is certainly okay not to agree with me all the time. I don’t know anyone that always agrees with me about everything.

    • The Money Hater

      Warren Buffett open wide. Swallow all the money down now.

  • Harbinger

    A natural progression of what has already been set from the beginning is the adaptation of a one world currency? The flaw was in the design of the corporate systems: the global economy is so intertwined that what affects one will affect all! Politics have only continued to muddy the waters in regard to the economy and are only concerned with protecting their own, not realizing that the slightest change can have the biggest impact. I don’t believe it is even possible to balance the equation at this point. The U.S. Stock Market will collapse, for the simple fact that there are too many factors to feasibly balance the equation.

  • Kurt

    It’s a slow motion train wreck and just because some people prefer to turn their heads doesn’t mean the crash doesn’t happen. For the people with any foresight or preparedness, the sights should already be set on war. See, war is the economic reset button. It is the scapegoat for failed Gov hegemony, failed central bank policies, failed fiat debt. We are a Country soon to be at war unlike any we have ever been in. Some are already prepared for the worst, while others are tuned into My Life as Cait.

    • Nemnor

      Kurt, I agree with much of what you stated.

      Now, more than just the USA, it is a world-wide issue. Just like WW-I and WW-II, (world) war will indeed be used as the ultimate “reset” button, as decadent and decaying world-wide Capitalism declines towards total collapse/chaos.

      The Human Race, for now, seem afraid to wake up to the truth about our profit-based economic system, and the real danger it now poses to the Human Race and the Environment.

    • Tom kauser

      And failed education system too

      • Kurt


  • The Money Hater

    Give A buck to Warren Buffett or David Rockefeller is like giving A piece of meat to A school of piranaha

  • CharlesH

    Michael – Thanks again for an excellent, informative straight forward article. I personally appreciate all the hard work you put into your blog. As for the naysayers – I’m quite certain that they aren’t just people who have a different opinion than yours (and mine) but have an ulterior motive. To the masses – ignorance is bliss…until it isn’t any more. Keep up your outstanding job and immensely valuable service.


    YES MICHAEL, if you can warn people that the economy is about to collapse. but what does it take to convince zombified people ant the economy and preparing accordingly when a 10 year old knows that u cant print and tax to prosperity. I wonder how the espn sports index would read during the economic collapse

    • Bob332

      Don’t worry about the ESPN sports Index! Most of the LIV’s are watching who is on Dancing with the Weirdo’s, the Kardashian Garbage, the Lunatic Housewife’s et al, the NOT -Reality shows etc.

      • gary hillerich

        feel stupid but had to look up LIV..thought it was”Living In”[.something or othe]
        for all other “LiVS like me,LIV means retard Ha ha ha ha..
        ya certainly do learn something new everyday in the end of days..
        they say insanity is doing the same thing over & over expecting different results,but the real definition of insanity is ATHEISM..that all the universe moon sun stars the earth and humanity ” just happened from a single drop of water with no guidance and/ or direction by our loving creator..
        God made the universe sinned & ****ed everything up long ago..think about it
        repent & claim Jesus Christ as your lord & savior & gain eternal life!
        fear of the Lord is the beginning of all wisdom & truth! [and the truth shall set you free]
        Jesus is the way, light/life,& the truth,

        • Priszilla

          The universe as we know it exists for about 13.8 billion years, give or take a few million.
          Humans developed the wheel about 0.000006 billion years ago.
          The existence of humans and their religions is just a speck of dust.

          • GSOB

            God’s loving protection is promised to the faithful even in the land beyond the grave

          • James Beam

            Yah, God must have been soooo bored waiting for man to come along to finally get something to worship him. 😉

          • godiswisdom

            As we know it- or better yet, as we hardly know it

          • dially

            No one 100% knows the age of earth or age of humans they are all just theories. The people who say 13 billion years or promote evolution are many times biased towards atheism. However even many non atheists are brainwashed or pressured by liberals and atheists in scientific communities especially liberal universities into believing in evolution and old earth.
            Even if all that were true which it could be does not change the fact that without God everything could not have existed. The complexity and organization of the world and human beings point to God. Most evolutionists still believe in God. One cell is more complex than a city and we have trillions of cells working in harmony. We were designed by someone and that is God!

            If God wanted to create the earth in a long process and humans far later than he could. He is patient and is not bound by time. He created the earth and universe for us. Why did he do it because he loves us like a father.

            So regardless of evolution or old earth without God its illogical for us or the universe to exist! Christianity equals peace!

          • daniel reich

            Believing that God created everything just for us is how we have gotten ourselves into this mess . Consider how vast creation is. We can’t even manage very well here on earth. In terms of human existence, we have only been here for a moment and very soon we will exit the stage, leaving a huge pile of trash behind.

        • MarketPlunger

          The funny thing is when a collapse does happen so many of these people constantly calling others “retards” and acting like they are so much better than the so called LIVs and so well prepared will end up just as screwed as said retards. Hubris can be just as deadly as being clueless and karma can be a bitch. Oh yeah and if God does exist and Jesus is the way these people can prep all they want but in the end they will be screwed b/c of the way they act towards the “retards” they pretend to be so much smarter than. Let’s face it whenever people act like the smartest/best people in the room they aren’t. Who knows though maybe I am wrong. I am often wrong and don’t spend all my time only searching for things to confirm my bias and/or telling the world how much smarter I am by constantly belittling people

          • GSOB

            “Now that ISIS has fully matured, the Assad regime and Iran offer themselves as partners to the United States.”

          • Andrew

            You did a pretty good job of telling everyone you know everything and your actually the one that’s wright. I thing The bible and Gods word has a little more authority then you to say what’s right ..Its proven the test of time .

        • ejhr

          You might say you feel stupid, and then you go and make it obvious! Not a good look thinking the world is 6000 years old.And the rest of it!

  • Lokesh Maan

    sorry sir you are wrong
    there are 24 countries
    india stock market is also tumbling down

    • GSOB

      That leaves about 172 independent countries left

  • grumpyhillbilly

    I’ll defend the ignorant peeps here. Many have no savings with living paycheck to paycheck. Stock markets mean nothing to them. So the greater impact a crash will cause will be too abstract.

    Quite frankly there is a big uncertainty for those of us who have seen it coming. It’s called government. My local connected political hack says that in one of the myriad of recent laws passed – when the debt hits 24 trillion , the Fed’s are seizing assets.

    • Marco

      That wouldn’t be for another 8 years or so… Current debt around 18 trillion, increasing by about 2 billion per day.

      • ResilientNews

        150 Days: Treasury Says Debt Has Been Frozen at $18,112,975,000,000

        • alan

          The wheels keep turning the money is coming from somewhere. Must be the money fairy.

        • Marco

          Ok but if it’s only increasing by 2 billion a day, 150 days will make the debt only 300 billion dollars more, so 18.4 trillion…

    • Liberty First

      That is when we take up arms.

  • GetReal4U2

    If we saw what was coming and we did not warn the people, their blood would be on our hands. But if we do warn the people, then we have done our duty…
    TRUE WORD…sadly most don’t think the impeding economic collapse will really “impact” them…THIS ONE will change how Americans live…get ready…September approaches quickly…as always…read “the most important thing” article above…time is short…

  • ali

    Ok so if the crash is inevitable what do you suggest I do with all my cash savings in the bank? Take it out and put it somewhere safe at home or buy some metal and store it. Already I have lost substantial savings in gold investments.

    • greyprepper

      My two cents: if you haven’t prepped, make that your top priority. You don’t need to build a bunker or anything but hoard at least 3 months worth of basic supplies (ammo, food, WATER, hygiene, medical, etc). No need to be a fanatic; bear in mind that what we call “prepping” was just friggin’ common sense a century ago. A 3 month stock of supplies really isn’t all that expensive so don’t freak out if you haven’t made any preparations. Spend sparingly on gear (quality over quantity) and generously on consumables.
      Now, if this isn’t the “big one” that brings the zombie apocalypse upon us, then my advice would be to count on the same pattern that we witnessed after 2008. If this is just 2008 all over again, I imagine metals will go through the roof again and if/when that happens, I intend to cash out my modest supply of metals and invest in stocks while there’s still “blood in the streets.” It seems like the guys who went on a buying frenzy during the last recession saw a helluva ROI and I would like to participate this time around. DISCLAIMER: I’m an absolute moron so do your homework and don’t just take my word for it!
      Good luck brother!

      • ali

        “If this is just 2008 all over again, I imagine metals will go through the roof again and if/when that happens, I intend to cash out my modest supply of metals and invest in stocks while there’s still “blood in the streets.”” Now that is an excellent advice.

        • James

          Metals tanked in 2008. WTF
          They go up after recession.

        • James

          Yes, buy when commodities are low

      • Alwaystomorrow


        • greyprepper


    • James

      Leave it
      If the FDIC cant protect it, cash will be worthless.
      If your worried about the price of gold, it will rise.
      Also, gold will be useless in an apocalypse.

  • Ong Mali

    Hi, I’m from Malaysia and I’m already feeling the stock market crashing around me. Everyone is in Fear mode. Thanks for the updates and keep it coming. Ong Mali

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  • JailBanksters

    Wake me when it gets to 5 seconds to midnight that’s when the Temple of the Federal Reserve starts Counterfeiting Free money again.

  • Jordan

    Its the great breath before the plunge as Gandalf says. Anyone still mocking Michael at this point I think has more nerve than he ever did. It is beginning to remind me of those who mocked Noah while building the ark and warning those around him. In my opinion Noah was the first dooms day prepper and his warning came from God. Alwaystomorrow needs to change his name to Finallyhere.

    • Gay Veteran

      find that ark yet?

  • Heinrich van Rooi

    Thanks Michael on your great work… People like you deserve accolades…. You work are of superb value..

  • Mohd Fauzi

    the end or some say the new beginning is near, beside the conspiracies theories of world war 3, new currency reset and imf hocus pocus, we are sure and must embrace the coming changes. there will be changes folks but how severe and how bad it is we all will experience it. the prophesy cannot be stopped it has been planned and shall be executed by those in control..learn the force my friends for only with the force you shall survive this winter…ops forget to tell you all star wars the force unveiling will be on December,, well they have to respect the force, let the force be with you all

  • Arthur Ulrich

    thank you for sharing an about a world countries around are crashing. I’m been following your foot step like a rabbit hole down to know a truth about expose of stock market scam machine.

  • georgesilver

    Sorry Mr Syder but as an Englishman I wouldn’t trust any article in the Telegraph as far as I could kick it. It is a controlled propaganda outlet. Even it’s comments sections are peopled by GCHQ.
    I always read the digital form of the Telegraph to see what our controllers want us to think and act upon. They slip a near truth article in now and then to make people think that the rest of the newspaper is really reporting on “news”. As a correspondent you only get to write for the mainstream media if you follow the ‘rules’ of the people above. Most of the time the control of the ‘news’ is by omission.
    Don’t rely on any article from the Telegraph. Better to do your own spade work.

    • Punk Rocker

      Georgesilver, Excellent point/observation. Anyone
      connected with the MSM is most likely a shill. Looking for the truth is like looking for gold. You have to sift through a lot of dirt to find the gold.

      • Malcolm Reynolds

        Publishing THAT is the most anti-shill thing there could be. Shills protect the system over anything else…

    • Still, what the Telegraph says fits the facts and numbers. So, in this case, I would rather believe in what they say, not because of them, but because it goes along the news we can find for ourselves.

    • Malcolm Reynolds

      It is a controlled propaganda outlet.
      A controlled propaganda outlet that published THAT… Food for thought.

  • alan

    I think most of them will be able to print their selves out of it, so to speak. If not the IMF will step and trade them paper for gold and they’ll be good again until the next time. Then another gimmick will be played and buy another 12 months.

  • itscoming

    China has just dropped another 6.2% overnight. This kind of stuff should be all over the MSM. The fuse is lit. Let’s hope we don’t end up in a war soon.

  • Frank

    Hi, I’m from Kenya and I can confirm that billions have been withdrawn by investors over the last few months and the shilling is going through the shredder right now. Tough time ahead!

    • itscoming

      Good luck friend.

  • Well… it’s over, folks. God have mercy.

  • GCO92312

    America is is in complete denial. The media only seems to be interested in the non election cycle. I feel that something cataclysmic will precede this upcoming election causing it to not go forth.
    We are spread so thin here and yet, not a single mainstream voice of concern.

    At this point I refuse to cry when that ah hah moment strikes. Help the helpable, redeem the redeemable, but the rest are fuel for the fire.

  • Heinrich van Rooi

    Boom!!!!!And China’s stock market did again today melt down, crashed

  • James

    I love the fear mongering.

    • SunnyFlaSnotress

      Yes, we will get people sobbing from all parts of the globe now.. and they have their right to sob, but still.. and I say this in a symbolic sense, the price of tea in China isn’t really a concern in the USA.

    • Malcolm Reynolds

      Reporting on what MANY different high power/worth individuals are saying is fear mongering?
      Please take as many words as you need and enlighten us on your take and why these dozens of people saying otherwise are wrong.

  • BVW

    I have actually never posted before but I always read this blog. I have family that lives in Brazil. My wife is Brazilian and her parents live in Sao Paulo. They called us on Sunday about the things that are happening in Brazil. One of the major problems they are having in Sao Paulo is the drought. Normally they use water to clean everything. Brazilians throw water everywhere and normally use so much water. know you are only able to get water certain times during the day.

    My Mother-in-Law said that all of the shopping malls are empty. That no one is buying anything. There are 53 giant shopping malls in the Main City of Sao Paulo. She said that all the prices are on promotion because no one can sell anything. She said that homes that were once selling for R$200,000 now are half the price.

    We try and tell them to have food and water stored. They still don’t believe that something big will happen though despite all that is going on there.

    • Sandbagger

      Harry Dent was talking with Alex Jones the other day and said what your in-laws are describing is coming to America. It’s called deflation. He said that the same thing happened in the Great Depression when items were going for ten cents on the dollar. It’s going to be a buying opportunity for those with cash.

      Remind them about guarding against normalcy bias next time you encourage them to store food and water.

  • piccadillybabe

    It’s nice hearing from people all around the globe and what is happening to the common man in their neck of the woods regarding their quality of life or lack thereof during these times of economic uncertainty.

    • SunnyFlaSnotress

      Personally, I’d prefer the blog not become a global sobfest, but that’s my jingoism talking.

      • GSOB


    • son of gary2

      Agreed 100%!!!! I come here to read about that; not people fighting about what they believe in or what they don’t!

      • Alwaystomorrow

        I come here for the countdown. 😉

        • James


        • James

          Keep it up

          • Alwaystomorrow

            You know it big daddy! 🙂 🙂 🙂

      • Sonofsyrin

        $#%# you %$@$& gary2!

        • son of gary2

          LMAO!!! +1

  • Priszilla

    Where does the money go?

    • socalbeachdude

      What money? In the case of equities THERE IS NO MONEY IN STOCKS and they are driven up (or down) in price at the margin based on a relatively small amount of transactions and that pushes up (or down) the entire market capitalization (total share valuation of all stocks) to bubble levels (or down to crash levels). That “money” for the total market capitalization WAS NEVER THERE at all and simply vanishes into thin air when stock prices fall or crash as the case may be.

  • Erin Donaldson

    I am in Colombia and our propane gas tank has risen from 32,000 pesos to 50,000 pesos in just over a year. A type of contact solution has gone from 30,000 pesos to 40,000 pesos. The peso was 1,600 pesos to $1 USD a year ago. As of this morning it is hovering around 3,500 pesos to $1 USD. We haven’t seen food prices rise just yet because so much production is local but I worry that it IS coming, even in Colombia. Seeing my place of residence on this list is worrisome…

  • DJohn1

    Each of these countries is a card in a house of cards.
    Well the house of cards came tumbling down.
    And that is the end of the story for all of us.
    The ones likely to survive are those people with resources other than money. Farmers are likely to survive if their financial house is in order and they have substantial funds outside the banking system.
    Because the rats that run the money are bankers.
    They are likely to go bankrupt and still attempt to foreclose on everyone else with all the loans out there.
    They will do this even though they are likely covered by government insurance.
    We are looking at first class thieves.
    Someone will clean up big time and sell the rest of us down the river.
    That is why we see the build up of soldiers most likely in our streets.
    Is it planned? Oh yeah . . .
    Do they plan to scrap all the pensions and savings out there. Oh yeah.
    The sheep are waking up but I think it is in the line to the slaughter house.
    This is the fault of all of us who have let this happen both in the Congress and the Presidency. Now we all get to pay the piper.

    • socalbeachdude

      This is not a problem about banks and bankers but rather of greedy people throughout the economies of the world that pushed up equity valuations to absurdly elevated levels with no basis whatsoever in the fundamentals.

      It is underpinned by way too much borrowing across all sectors of society.

      By the way, banks never lend money to “people who need it” but rather only lend to CREDITWORTHY BORROWERS. Someone failing to pay debts as due deserves to get foreclosed on – obviously.

  • dlcamp

    24. Venezuela

  • Mukomothai

    My stocks have tumbled down over the last few months. I normally see green for a few minutes and get excited, then red takes over the whole day and my mood dampens. Considering I almost funded Greece through NBK, I will sit on my stocks whatever blow the economy or markets deals me.

    • Barry Goldwater

      If you think you’ve seen loses so far just wait. Nothing you’ve ever seen before has prepared you for what is coming. If you want or need those funds you’d better act now. You have very little time left.
      History shows us time and again there have been those who read or heard of coming perils but at the end of the day sighed and said ” oh it can’t possibly be as bad as all that ” only to find their worst fears finally coming to fruition. Prepare now, do whatever you can and do not wait for tomorrow.

      • socalbeachdude

        But. but…it’s different this time!!!

      • Mukomothai

        Thanks for your advise. I will definitely weigh my options.

        • Vincent Cheong

          What options do we to prepare for the disaster???

      • Vincent Cheong

        What to do????

  • socalbeachdude

    Excellent article, Michael, and you really nailed it on the global stock market crash that is now unfolding.

  • socalbeachdude

    Bond markets are not bubbles like stocks and PRICES ARE INVERSE TO YIELDS so bonds can never be bubbles. What we will see with the overall bond markets is simply increases in yields as a result of lower prices with much of that happening by PRICING IN RISK to the yields (interest rates). The bonds that are in mos jeopardy are the JUNK BONDS which as their name clearly suggest are JUNK with extremely high risk.

    Derivatives are essentially a ZERO SUM GAME with offsetting positions cancelling each other out and the nominal values have little relationship to the actual money involved in derivatives which is quite small.

    Banks are not going to be closing their doors at all, and the banking system will continue most unaffected.

    • Sam Spade

      Thank you for posting. You’re one of the best commentators online. You probably have more than few fans out there, bringing some sanity to all this noise.

  • socalbeachdude

    Welcome to the GRAND GLOBAL STOCK CRASH OF 2015 coming to a market near you soon!

  • socalbeachdude



    As sellers outnumber buyers on any stock the price of that stock axiomatically falls correspondingly and the amount of money any buyer is willing to pay a seller becomes lower and lower until a price is reached at which the next buyer is willing to part with their money to the seller to purchase a stock. Market capitalizations (the total value of all outstanding shares of particular stocks times their market valuation per share) fall accordingly.

    When stock markets crash it is because of an EXCESS AMOUNT OF SELLERS COMPARED TO BUYERS and the bid prices for stocks plunge as sell orders go unfilled until they drop to lower prices. When sell orders substantially exceed buy orders then the MARKET MAKERS assigned to each stock have to step in and buy stocks on their own accounts to support clearance of stock sell orders. In the first case above, money to clear stock sales and cash out the sellers comes from other buyers in the markets. In the second case above, money to clear stock sales comes from the MARKET MAKERS from their own cash accounts.

  • MichaelfromTheEconomicCollapse

    On Monday I was interviewed by Kate Dalley of Fox News radio. If you would like to listen to the broadcast, you can find it here…

    • Alwaystomorrow

      I know you to not reply back to people but it almost seems like around 13:30 on your interview that the time frame of the “collapse” has been somewhat extended from what I originally remember you saying.

      Of course It could be a misunderstanding on my part, and that is not sarcastic at all.

  • Rufus T Firefly

    23 buying opportunities. Seriously, who even knew countries like Slovenia, Morocco and Ghana even had a stock market?

  • Alwaystomorrow

    I only have a modest amount of “FRIVOLOUS RIDICULOUSNESS”

  • esatto

    By judging from the charts, it seems that the stock market of the different nations started to crash around May of this year. I wonder why.

  • Preacher62

    Yes it is going to collapse, make no mistake about it. Michael is spot on and the chaos on the way will be something to behold. However there is a way out! Seek first the kingdom of God and HIS righteousness and he will give you whatever you need. The creator of all that is will have no problem caring for those that are his.

  • Simon

    I am in South Africa. The stock market is not collapsing as such but our currency has lost massive value against the $ Eur and Pound over the past few months.
    1 Pound now costs over R20

  • Malcolm Reynolds

    Now do the debt, both the fiction the govt claims and it’s unfunded liabilities. And then throw the derivative liabilities on top of that. Oops.

  • Elivan Souza

    Brazil is going down the moment I speak. When you – the author – speaks of warning the people, I get you. However, there’s no salvation or escape route to anyone. Everyone has to go through hard times, if you know what I mean. There’s no safe way to protect your money. Every currency will eventually go up in flames.

  • CoJack

    Michael, I have been following your blog site since 2010 and I couldn’t agree more with what you said. In todays society the more you tell the truth the more people are scared and angry by it. The time is now to prepare and to start getting away from the dollar. I’m a veteran and it’s so hard to find a job now days that literally I have had to make my own job and clean pools, it doesn’t really pay that well but at least it is something. My hope is that we get away from this evil “dollar” and go back to barter and trading. Be more compassionate about other people and forget these corporations who really seem to only be in for the money and not for the people. I see homeless becoming more frequent and the local police trying to hide them and make sure they are not in public view. This absolutely discuss me to even think we would like to pretend nothing is happening and try to get rid of them instead of helping. I hope this evil money goes away for good! I’m 26 and I know the best days are ahead of me, I have just started my own garden and will be able to feed myself and my wife this fall. We have been lied to by puppets who know exactly whats going to happen, otherwise they would have not prepared for this type of event. They try to keeps us calm by having our brains focus on mindless apps and BS media so they can keep us being a slave and controlled. The collapse is inevitable, the date is unknown but I truly believe your red alert is spot on! Everyone prepare and get ready, but mostly love one another and this process will be much easier fore everyone! Thanks again Michael for keeping everyone informed!

  • zlop

    Bankers are the axis of Evil. Whey are they not in jail?


      They own the system, top to bottom.

      • zlop

        Those who control the most efficient disruptors, control the planet.
        The disruptors have sold out humanity, for 30 pieces of Silver?

  • Tom kauser

    More like an inflection point then the beginning of something? The fed has to keep buying the dead paper (ALL OR NONE OF IT) if they want to keep making the soylent? Commodities are below cost of production all ready ? And most people expect something already? Which is most unlike the other Sept. Crash dates! Too too too many expect some one else to start the rout which my be HEADLINED right up on the front pages? What better time to see the lack of down energy then right now? Got any oil boiling for the drop?

  • Tom kauser

    Sept. And MAY always keeps coming up? I threw seven all night long and now I am going to lottery ?

  • matt

    Anyone who complains about the “doom and gloom” is just trolling. You do an excellent job of keeping things realistic instead of fear mongering. It’s just that the bankers and globalists are really good at kicking the can down the road, especially when everyone predicts total destruction.

    But, at some point, the can will be too big to kick or they’ll run out of road. At that point, everyone will be, “Why didn’t anyone know this was going to happen?” And not a single troll will apologize.

  • Jason

    If people don’t like the “doom and gloom” it is because they don’t want to read the writing on the wall. Even if the powers to be don’t allow the collapse of this economic whirlwind, it would still be irresponsible to not prepare in some fashion. I personally feel that a collapse is inevitable simply to gain more control over the masses and further annihilate our constitutional liberties. You can’t convince the masses that it is time for change when they’re driving a Mercedes and living comfortably. If you want some kind of cooperation from the masses, you have to bring them to their knees to the point that you become the direct provider of all life sustaining needs, but your freedoms will not be on the menu.


      Very well stated.

  • etexfisherman48

    When the crash happens what happens to our money that is in the banks? Does the FDIC law come into effect that allows the banks to confiscate its customer’s money to stay afloat?

  • Greg

    I was shown a dream: finding an axe in my hand I saw the trunk of the tree that it was very rotten but looked up and had green trees and beautiful pumpkins growing wonderding to myself how can a tree grow with the trunk so rotten. It was later revealed that according to the book of Daniel I am one of the holy watchers numbering 144 persons also the 144 cubits of the wall of new jerusalem and they come down to hew the tree (babylon-false world economies) that is in a rotten state and that the tree is to be cut down on holoween (horor) day which is october 31 2015 when the world economy will have [finally] acollasped completely but september 7 with the fed reserve raising short interest rates no buyers spiking them upwards higher than most think causes massive margin calls and bank bail ins causes most if not all to lose bank deposits to balance the banks books that 7th on a monday also shown that to get paper dollars out on the 4th and 5th or else you will not be able to buy with cash when bank tranactions become nill for the first two weeks until government has in place a limit of how many dollars one can withdraw on scheduled basis by day/week allowed.

  • daniel

    I looked at the 10 year chart of the 1st four countries on your list.
    More hype Michael as these don’t fit the pattern of crashed markets. I’m just saying these countries markets haven’t crashed – yet.

  • ejhr

    Nah, Satan is the good one. He gets to punish all those evildoers out there. If he was the bad one he would have them living the high life!

    • so,mp

      God is the judge not Satan. Satan wants everyone good and bad in Hell out of hate for us and hate for God. God wants everyone in heaven because he loves us. But first we must change our ways and live holy good lives. But maybe you don’t believe in forgiveness.

      • ejhr

        Parse it how you like. The general idea is that evil doers go the Satan and the “good” go to heaven.

  • Jim Crow

    All of those are third world countries. Not a big deal. This will pan out by next week and by the 31st we will be back to positive territory.

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  • berja

    there is NO god…never has been one, never will be one if the sheeples could get THAT into their heads we might actually make it for a few more centuries. the bible is only stories passed down from one generation to another all as a means to control the populace at that point in time, that’s why you’ll find stories from centuries ago still in there and more modern stories that pertain to the 20th century but it is still used as a means of control

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