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U.S. Money Reserve’s Market Insights Today we’re going to continue to talk about
some of the things that we talked about last week and that’s going to be US
Treasury bonds and an overvalued stock market last week many of experienced in
Watts Facebook continue to fall and plummet taking one of the largest stock
losses in US history this is exactly what we’re talking about is that we have
four companies or four corporations that are currently carrying the majority of
the value in the US stock market and today on CNBC news it has been
identified so that since March Russia has dumped more than 80 percent of the
US Treasury bonds they’ve gone from about 91 billion down to 14 billion in
about two and a half to three months remember several months ago China was
doing the same thing now China has gone back in and purchased more US Treasury
bonds leaving China and Japan being two of the largest holder of US Treasury
bonds in the entire world the remaining balance of Treasury bonds
which is about 21 trillion which is right at the national debt of the
country is sitting at about 21 join the United States and about 6 trillion
accumulative sit outside of the United States remember last week as we talked
about the four things that could be critical to the US economy and as we’ve
talked for over a year now three key indicators that the Treasury Department
issued in 2013 that they felt that could be a catalyst to the recession of the
United States or lead into a depression in the United States and I hate using
that word but that is the word that they used is is that Treasury bonds would be
one of the key elements and catalyst to the US economy
number two was interest rates and number three was a decline in the US dollar
those three compartments that we’ve been talking about have continued to be a
topic for the last year-and-a-half in these videos and as we continue to do
these videos each one of those elements continue to be a piece of the puzzle
that continue to be keep coming up and they’re becoming more volatile and
they’re becoming more fluid inside the markets we typically don’t see countries
like tying to go out and dump about 43 trillion or billion in US Treasury bonds
we don’t see Russia in a period of time since March till now go out and dump 81%
of their entire holdings of US Treasury bonds now some individuals will say this
is a financial move or a form of asset management in regards to
the economy because Treasury notes are at a high since 2011 or it could because
the United States is placing sanctions against Russia or has placing Seng
against Russia as they invaded Crimea it could be there’s a possibility of that
but at the end of the day the trade war the tariffs that are being placed these
are fundamental issues that normally would not be in place if the United
States economy was not suffering or in a position of being extremely fragile at
this moment here in a few weeks the most important and most critical thing that
we have to think about is the stock market will be at a point on the longest
run in US history never been done in US history if we make it I think since our
past August 10th think about that for just a second your money is sitting in
an area whether it’s a 401k or an IRA or in the stock market and a run that has
never lasted this long in US history after about August 10th so think about
that for just a moment is that once it reaches past that moment how much more
room how much murim is still eligible for your money to continue to grow
without some type of major recession or a major correction taking place after
that moment the upside is extremely minimal the downside is extremely large
and that’s what you have to be thinking about if countries around the world have
been moving up maneuvering away from the US economy since 2014 and we start
seeing a massive sell-off in US Treasury bonds Treasury bonds by major countries
it is a telltale sign of some of the things we’ve talked about
you also can’t go back several months ago and know that the US economy was
running out of money when we met the debt ceiling crisis but we have in an
economy that’s supposed to be one of the most robust that we’ve seen in years and
we have a stock markets at a record high how can we have a stock market at a
record high but on the flip side the US economy is running out of money think
about the things we’ve talked about in these videos or go back to some of the
videos that we’ve talked about in the past we’ve got tax cuts that were taking
place in the beginning of the year we have the repeal of the dodd-frank act or
portions of the dodd-frank being rolled back and then you start seeing the
terrorists being placed on foreign countries and then you have an
accumulation or a combination of countries selling off US Treasury
I think this is more about fear and asset management of that fear than it is
of them just making general maneuvers in the financial world think about what we
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