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Robert Kiyosaki: "I am currently preparing for a crash, an economic recession and possible global depression."
Stock markets were up marginally for the week.
Bond markets were down with a consequent rise in yields.
Precious metals, oil and the majority of commodities all sold off.
Gold had its first losing week in 6 and is lower by $12.90 or 2.93% on the week.
Silver is lower by $0.40 or 5.52% on the week.
Gold sits at 2 week lows and silver sits at near 2 month lows.
Gold denominated in Euros also fell in price to nearly EUR357 but remained above the EUR350 mark which was significant multi year resistance and may now become resistance or support to the downside.
Robert Kiyosaki, the investor, entrepreneur, educator and the best-selling author of 'Rich Dad, Poor Dad' and a number of other best selling financial education books has gone on record as saying that there is a real estate bubble in the US and globally which will inevitably burst. He advocates becoming financially prepared for this eventuality by buying gold and silver coins and storing them in a safety deposit box in a secure bank.
"Lately, I have been asked if we are in a real estate bubble. My answer is, "Duh!" In my opinion, this is the biggest real estate bubble I have ever lived through. Next, I am asked, "Will the bubble burst?" Again, my answer is, "Duh!"
It was only a few years ago we were in a real estate depression, which proves how quickly people forget. In 1987, the stock market crashed and the Savings and Loans went out of business. That led to one of the biggest real estate fire sales in history.
By 1991, the real estate market was depressed and it remained depressed until around 1998. In Hawaii, the real estate market remained depressed until 2001. Today, the Hawaii real estate market is on fire and people have already forgotten how bad the market was.
So the answer to the question, "Will the real estate bubble bust?" is an emphatic, "Yes. All bubbles bust." The reason I write this alert is because this time, when the bubble bursts, I think it will be a monster. Never in my life have I seen so much money being made on such weak fundamentals. If you think the last recession caused by the bubble bust was bad, the coming recession will be at least twice as bad. It might lead to a depression.
The reason I put forth this alert is not to frighten anyone. The reason I put forth this alert is to say get prepared for the coming economic changes.
How long will the bubble last and keep expanding? I do not know. I just wanted you to know that I am currently preparing for a crash, an economic recession, and possible global depression. Why? Because this is a very big worldwide bubble . . . the biggest I have ever seen."
Bust - Words of Caution - Richard Kiyosaki, Rich Dad, Poor Dad
Create Your Own Fort Knox - Kiyosaki, 'Rich Dad, Poor Dad' & Gold
Ibbotson study determines diversification benefits of precious metal bullion - Lycos Finance
Gold moves on despite the sceptics - Money Management
Spot gold predicted to double in coming months - Purchasing
How to Hedge against Two Scary Scenarios - Waggoner, USA Today
Gold Bulls Rub Hands; Stock Bulls Wonder When It'll End - Bugos, Safe Haven
Top Precious Metal Price Forecasters Face Off - Wood, Resource Investor
Gold Price - Big rally to Come - Mining MX
Alan Greenspan, wizard or villain? - Business Week
Gold Rush may mean inflation bust - CNN Money
Gold & Silver Market Watch - Scottia Mocatta
U.S. About to Launch Massive Ad Campaign Promoting . . . Gold - De Meritt, Gold Eagle
Financial Terrorism - Bonner, Gold Seek
The Mysterious Gold Order - Australasian Investment Review
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