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Another month, another bad jobs report.  For the month of May, the U.S. economy only added 69,000 jobs and the unemployment rate rose to 8.2%.  Many are calling this a total “disaster” and are worried that the U.S. economy could be headed back into another recession.  Economists had been expecting 150,000 payroll jobs would be added, so the 69,000 number really shocked a lot of people.  The truth is that the economy needs to add approximately 125,000 new jobs every single month just to keep the unemployment rate steady.  So yes, this bad jobs report is not welcome news at all – especially for the Obama administration.  When Barack Obama first took office the unemployment rate was sitting at 7.6 percent and now it is sitting at 8.2 percent.  Some “recovery”, eh?  But the reality is that this jobs report was really not that “devastating” even though the stock market had its worst day of the year.  Unemployment in America is still about at the same level as it was back at the beginning of 2012.  The tough stretch that we are going through right now is only a very small taste of the economic nightmare that is on the horizon.  If you think that things are a “disaster” right now, just wait until you see what is coming.

At the moment, 53 percent of all Americans with a bachelor’s degree under the age of 25 are either unemployed or underemployed, and there are more than 100 million working age Americans that do not currently have jobs.

But this is only just the beginning.

During the next major economic downturn, the unemployment rate in the United States is going to soar well up into the double digits.

Many Americans will look back on 2010, 2011 and 2012 as “the good old days”.

Right now, there are only small pockets of the country that are total economic hellholes.

For example, Yuma, Arizona has an unemployment rate of 26 percent, and El Centro, California has an unemployment rate of 26.2 percent.

In the future, those kinds of numbers are going to become the norm all over the nation.

Sadly, most Americans have no idea what is coming.

Today, I wanted to share with you all a couple of chilling economic forecasts that I have been made aware of recently.

The first is from Raoul Pal.  According to Zero Hedge, Raoul Pal “previously co-managed the GLG Global Macro Fund in London for GLG Partners, one of the largest hedge fund groups in the world. Raoul came to GLG from Goldman Sachs where he co-managed the hedge fund sales business in Equities and Equity Derivatives in Europe… Raoul Pal retired from managing client money in 2004 at the age of 36 and now lives on the Valencian coast of Spain, from where he writes.”

The following is from a Zero Hedge summary of a recent presentation by Raoul Pal….

  • We don’t know exactly what is to come, but we can all join the very few dots from where we are now, to the collapse of the first major bank…
  • With very limited room for government bailouts, we can very easily join the next dots from the first bank closure to the collapse of the whole European banking system, and then to the bankruptcy of the governments themselves.
  • There are almost no brakes in the system to stop this, and almost no one realises the seriousness of the situation.
  • The problem is not Government debt per se. The real problem is that the $70 trillion in G10 debt is the collateral for $700 trillion in derivatives…
  • Yes, that equates to 1200% of Global GDP and it rests on very, very weak foundations
  • From an EU crisis, we only have to join one dot for a UK crisis of equal magnitude.
  • And then do you think Japan and China would not be next?
  • And then do you think the US would survive unscathed?
  • That is the end of the fractional reserve banking system and of fiat money.
  • It is the big RESET.

It continues:

  • Bonds will be stuck at 1% in the US, Germany, UK and Japan (for this phase).
  • The whole bond market will be dead.
  • Short selling on bonds – banned
  • Short selling stocks – banned
  • CDS – banned
  • Short futures – banned
  • Put options – banned
  • All that is left is the Dollar and Gold

It only gets better. We use the term loosely:

  • We have around 6 months left of trading in Western markets to protect ourselves or make enough money to offset future losses.
  • Spend your time looking at the risks of custody, safekeeping, counterparty etc. Assume that no one and nothing is safe.
  • After that…we put on our tin helmets and hide until the new system emerges

So how soon does Raoul Pal think all of this is going to happen?….

From a timing perspective, I think 2012 and 2013 will usher in the end.

You can find his entire presentation entitled “The End Game” right here.

What Raoul Pal is saying lines up very well with what Steve Quayle’s anonymous international banking source is telling him….

There is no stopping this…We are still on track as I have been predicting for a while now for a fall/winter collapse of the Eurozone and naked exposure of all derivative markets the world over. Europeans will go through a major reset, after time they will recover as Europeans do not carry the type of personal debt that Americans do. It is for America that I worry. Look for these signs next:

1- JPM will be bailed out again but it will not stop the coming market crash. More details will emerge about their derivative swap failure $150 billion and counting.

2-BOA (BAC Bank of America) will fold and be absorbed into JPM as a way to prop up the bleeding Giant. JPM will get the best picking of this deal just like they got with Bear Stearns.

3- Massive layoffs at Citigroup and Wells Fargo

4- Goldman Sachs finally pays the piper, look for massive cuts there as well as BIG Losses

5- Bond market bust which leads to freeze of all bond sales

6- Derivative bust the next one will be BOA followed by Citigroup

7- All CDS shorts and swaps will freeze.

8- Total Meltdown

You can read the rest of what that source is saying right here.

As I have been saying all along, there are two keys that you need to be watching right now….

#1 Europe

#2 Derivatives

Sadly, the articles that I write about Europe tend to get far less of a response than my other articles get.  Most Americans simply do not understand that what is happening in Europe right now is going to significantly affect their daily lives.

And most Americans have very little understanding of derivatives.  But as you just read, there are some in the financial community that are warning that we could see the derivatives bubble burst very soon.

Time is running out.  This period of relative stability that we are currently experiencing will not last forever.

You better get ready.

  • Evie

    It does not matter,the smug arrogant who think everyones financial situation is choice. Much like a friend of mine who gets,$2000 a month and free rent will criticize someone on welfare. Could care less. The bottom line is money must come from somewhere unless you have a printing press. If accounting cannot be.falsified,if enough victims are not willing to go into debt,if emough money cannot be stolen from the middle class and poor. Even the elite will suffer much to their dismay. Visot ireland and iceland all collapsed. Very educated people.

  • Souheil Bayoud

    I gave her time to repent,but she refuses to repent of her sexual immorality.I will cast her into a sickbed.

  • lee

    oh boy, here we go again; the world’s going back to the dark ages.

    the world has had financial defaults for hundreds and hundreds of years and its still here and every time the financial pain wasnt as bad as predicted and lasted less time than thought.

    will some people literally starve to dead in poor countries and countries like china, yes; but the world ending as we know it isnt about to happen.

    expect around another 5 to 10 years of rough times and then things will go rolling along. expect the worst of the carter days for a few years in the US.

    • Rhynn

      Famous dialogue bubble above the heads of pompous residents in Malibu, CA about sandbags, clearing brush around their houses, and finally, evacuation orders. “Oh boy, here we go again”.

      Famous dialogue bubble above the heads of contrite residents in Malibu, CA weeks later as they sift through the smoking ruins that are all that remain of their homes once fire and then flooding gets done with them : “I’ve lost everything! Where am I supposed to sleep? The insurance company won’t pay!

      Why won’t anyone help meeeeeeeeeeeeee?”

      There are always those Far-seeing jokers sitting on the porch with arms crossed when the fire engines come through and tell everyone to get out. Will not budge. When push comes to shove though, they’re on the horn quick as can be begging some engine company to send a truck crew to the middle of an inferno risking its own life to get them out.

      No. You feel fireproof? Fine – party on. You find out otherwise? Click heels together.

      The arrogance of a few has doomed far too many, and that has to stop.

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  • Ian

    Do you think ETNs will be banned too? Thank you.

  • MAC

    It’s not just a financial reset. Most of our ‘values’ are expiring because they’re based on oppressing the less privileged. We’re ignoring the sick, the poor, the widows, the orphans, the underemployed…. We will eventually throw our “gold” in the streets when we will start to value each other as human beings, when all of us will start owning the problems instead of pointing fingers. Tomorrow will be very tough, but the day after tomorrow will bring healing for everyone who loves his neighbor.

  • John Carwithen

    We are so obsessed with profit, but to my simple brain, someone’s gain is someone else’s loss and it’s now stacked up to come back to us. But we don’t want to think about that equation and the global economy just delayed the karma; we stupidly pretended there are no consequences to our selfish actions. Tough shit, here it comes!
    Of course most of us were just minding our own business rather than being greedy. The economic system is flawed, that’s why nobody in power has a solution, but then they don’t usually pay much of a price any way, so it”s no biggy to them is it?

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