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Negative rates on savings accts., life insurers & banks suffering as central bankers push NIRP/QE, increasing FICC risk. So, what's now more stable than Brazilian real & gold & close to the yen & euro? Hint: Technology will put an end to this nonsense.
Bears vs Bulls, Buyside vs. Sellside and shorting oil with the USDEUR pair through the blochchain because of EU bank exposure and a NIRP-happy ECB.
ZIRP, NIRP, QE, Bank Collapse and Helicopters Coming Too Late - The Lehman Effect Hits Europe - Hard!Submitted by Reggie Middleton on 04/11/2016 12:20 -0400
More evidence than any hopium-induced high could ever hope to obscure. The man that called Bear Stearns, Lehman, Countrywide and WaMu collapses starts to call out names in Europe.
So Called "Trusted Parties", Bank Collapse, the ECB and Blockchains: Watch as I Call the Next Bear Stearns, Again!Submitted by Reggie Middleton on 04/07/2016 12:20 -0400
I called it once in January 2008 (Bear). I called it 2x in March 2008 (Lehman), and I'm calling it again in 2016. Don't say you didn't know. These proclamations of trust will truly put my analysis - and your capital - to the test.
In Finance, What Happens When You Trust the Untrustworthy? You're About to Find Out With Private BlockchainsSubmitted by Reggie Middleton on 04/01/2016 13:05 -0400
Putting trust in an entity does not mean that you can trust that entity. Ask the former clients of Bernie Madoff, Lehman Brothers, Bear Stearns and Man Financial - among many others. Despite these very recent historical examples of misplaced trust consequences, here we go again!
With Wall Street Bitten by the Blockchain Bug, How Do We Admit the Truth About the Technology's Disruptive Potential?Submitted by Reggie Middleton on 03/31/2016 13:02 -0400
Bankers and their technology partners say blockchain tech is not disruptive. Lawyers and others say it drops intermediation costs (but aren't bankers intermediaries?). The truth is disruption is unavoidable, and the sooner market participants realize this, the better.
"Pfandbriefe", or "It Wasn't Me!": Why Nobody Realizes That Germany Is the Biggest Systemic Risk in the EUSubmitted by Reggie Middleton on 03/22/2016 06:41 -0400
Again, if it smells like a crash, walks like a crash and looks like a crash, why believe anybody who says it's not a crash?
If it looks like a crash, smells like a crash, acts like a crash, is it a recovery? Here's the hard hitting evidence that you just won't find anywhere else. Just don't shoot the messenger! BoomBustBlog style research is back with a vengence.
After an Absolutely PERFECTLY Timed Warning on the Financial Sector in October, This Is What Lies Ahead for the Banking SectorSubmitted by Reggie Middleton on 02/11/2016 13:23 -0400
Banks drops, excuses pop, now the real fun will come non-stop!
Do you remember when Greenspan was befuddled when natural market rates wouldn't obey his commands in the previous decade? Well, I sure hope Yellen does. Even if she doesn't the high yield financed US energy probably won't be around long enough to find out.
Talk about never learning one's lesson... Here's a bunch of pictures and pretty graphs to make it more pleasant to the over-real estate exposed eye in Brooklyn, Miami, DC...
Now that IBM, Goldman Sachs, Bank of America, JP Morgan and the NYSE all agree blockchain technology will dramatically transform finance and capital markets, how does the investor capitalize on the paradigm shift? First, by understanding the concept of "Pathogenic Finance", autonomy and Zero Trust.
In High Stakes Game of the Future of Finance, Reggie Middleton Challenges Goldman Sachs Patent Filing With EaseSubmitted by Reggie Middleton on 12/04/2015 05:59 -0400
Year end 2015, we go from Ponzi scheme to failure to the thing every major global bank desires. The dilemma is, the ingenuity to excel in this space lies in scrappy young startups, not trillion dollar mega banks. Let me prove this to you, step by prior art step.
Risk goes up, yeilds go down... What's that look for? Don't you know how bond pricing works in the new millenium?
Power? Power! You can't handle POWER!!! Most people are still busy counting coin prices....