Fiat Money; The main driver behind boom & Bust Cycles

Fiat Money; The main driver behind boom & Bust Cycles

Fiat Money The Root Of All Things Bad

The mother of all evils is fiat. Without Fiat, none of the above developments would have taken off. As money can be created out of thin air, those in the know have unlimited mechanisms to increase their wealth easily. The devastating boom and bust cycles the markets experience are not natural; they are created. Each cycle is pushed to the MAX in order to create more of an opportunity for those in the know how. Now if you control the money, you can purchase all the main media outlets. When you control the media and the money supply you are king of the hill; less than 10% of the populace is strong enough to resist from falling for what they have directed to see.

The left and the right are being directed;

They are both being played, and none is the wiser.  This technique is used everywhere. The strategy employed is to provide the masses with two to three options to give them the illusion of choice but all the choices lead to the same outcome, and that is what they fail to see.  When one takes an extreme position it does not matter whether you are swinging to the right or to the left, you are being controlled and it’s impossible for that person to see anything else besides the data they have been fed.

So how does this all tie up; all those events we briefly mentioned are being used and will be used to polarise the crowd even more? What is immoral today is moral tomorrow; what changed? The only thing that changed was the perception. So if you program children young enough with the perception you want, you can make them accept almost anything as moral, and that is what the public education system is all about.  Remember nothing is free and what appears to be free usually ends up costing you 10X more down the line. One wise man I knew would often use this sentence when anyone made references to free stuff. He would say I am not rich enough to accept free things.

Fiat Money is behind everything

As Fiat is behind everything, and the money supply continues to go ballistic, we can expect levels of polarisation to soar to levels that are unimaginable today. With an unlimited supply of money and a vast understanding of the topic of Mass psychology, there is almost nothing in place to stop the top players from pushing these trends to their limit. The only defence is not to allow your emotions to do the talking, sit down and imagine its reality TV minus the Boob tube.

We have gone on record for several years on end, stating that market crashes are nothing but buying opportunities and today we provided a brief glimpse into the reasoning behind this stance.  There is no way the Fed is going to allow the markets to crash and burn. They will create the illusion of a crash, and the masses will react in the way they have been programmed to react; dump the baby with the bathwater. The conniving top players will come in and scoop everything.  What separates a correction from a crash? Your entry point; the early bird gets the worm, and the late bird has to contend with the bullet.  That is why mass psychology states that one should sell when the masses are euphoric and buy when the masses are panicking or in a state of uncertainty.

 Take a look at these charts, and a pattern will start to emerge

The shaded areas represent recessions, and a recession usually follows a disaster.  After each recession, the currency in circulation continued to soar.

The same thing occurred with M1 money stock, and after each recession, the M1 money stock surged even more. Look at the spike after the 2008 financial crisis.

Moreover, the same can be said of the monetary base, but the move in this chart was explosive after 2008.

In 1790 the national debt was a minuscule $75.4 million, and today we add more than that on a monthly basis. So when experts especially from the “hard money camp” state that the masses will revolt one day. The only part that is true in that sentence is “one day” but that day could be decades away from today because their perception has been altered. They believe that the dollar is good as gold and as long as they believe that, Fiat has no chance of being unseated and nothing is standing in the way of the national debt moving to $100 trillion.  If it could move from $75.4 million to almost $21 trillion without the masses revolting; the move from $20 trillion to $100 trillion is paltry by comparison

So what stands out is that the principles of Pavlov have been used wonderfully against the American and now the world populace at large. The masses have accepted that if there is a crisis, the government will find a way to solve it. Indeed they will find a way, but they will pass the bill onto the unsuspecting masses in the form of inflation and taxes;  double whammy for inflation is a silent tax.

Therefore we can make the following conclusions

  • Nations will continue to take on more debt; the US will lead the pack. In order to do this without interference from the masses, disasters and divisions will have to be created. Remember the saying conquer and divide or united we stand but divided we fall. The only ones falling will be the masses. History indicates that the ones that are least able to pay always pay for the lion’s share and they do so for the disasters created by the very people that are sending them the bill. There are no free meals, just illusions of free meals.
  • If the above premise is correct, then the next conclusion is that the governments will never allow a repeat of the great depression. Today’s society will never accept hardships like that; they will string the people in charge of the nearest tree, but this is precisely the mindset the top players fostered. For in the guise of helping the masses than can fleece the living daylights out of them. Ultimately this informs us that every market crash no matter how bad or strong will prove to be a buying opportunity for  it gives these players an excuse to ramp up the money supply

A disaster needs to be manufactured in order to provide the masses with a solution

You can only provide the masses with a solution if you manufacture a disaster that appears to be so terrible that the masses will accept conditions they would not have accepted before the disaster because they have been led to believe the aftermath will be infinitely worse. It is a win-win situation for the top players; they get their cake and their pie.  This is why we do not fear stock market crashes because we understand the game plan and we know that the masses will always be used as cannon fodder.

Having said that, jumping and buying stocks when the markets are crashing is not an easy thing to do. We spent over a decade in coming out with the trend indicator, and we have our custom indicators to inform us of when a trend change is close at hand or when the markets are exhibiting definite signs of a bottom.

What are the average player’s options?

Take time to understand the main principles of Mass Psychology as without that you will give in to fear every time the market’s pullback strongly. Understand that our first reaction is to flee when confronted with any danger, don’t fight that feeling, study it and understand it for it is. When you study it, you will come to see how bad such emotions are and in doing so, you will have moved to the stage where you will have the power to say yes or no when exposed to a similar situation.  Read history books; you do not have to learn from your experiences only; you can learn by studying the reactions of other people

Once you have mastered that, find 2-3 technical indicators that appeal to you.  They must appeal to you; don’t just choose them because they sound fancy or they are promoted as being the best ones out there.  Once you find some appealing technical indicators, study them and look for patterns.  Technical analysis is like art; beauty is in the eye of the beholder.  Use long-term charts preferably weekly and monthly charts.

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