Don’t underestimate the Fed and its greedy owners. You know; the Rothschilds, Rockefellers, Chases and their whole incestuous lot. They are focused like lasers on their objective of a one world government, with them in charge, of course. Apparently that’s what happens when all that inter-marrying goes on. It creates brain-dear people that can’t think beyond their nose that a free people can work through any issues on their own, thank you, without the interference of a bunch of elitists.
You are correct though with your assessment of outcomes. It’s only a question of when, which might mean many will join that great trading platform in the sky before the bottom falls out. Hang in there anyway. What’s the alternative? Buy into all that, “The economy is improving, so get on board the blue chip bank wagon?”
The only companies that seem to be doing really well are the mega banks, including the Fed which has reported record profits. And that’s a recovery? The major indexes still have a long term (15-20 year) H&S pattern that is in the process of completing, which could well complete in the next 1-2 years, then it’s open the jail cell doors for one heck of a lot of banksters; maybe even a few politicians, although the Supremes might well kill that idea. In some other places on the planet they may get off scot free, just like Jon Corzine. Beyond that they may be planning an exit into exile, or to escape worse consequences for counterfeiting, as the Coinage Act of 1792 suggests should happen. Of course that was a gamble Alexander Hamilton (Rothschild agent extraordinaire) was willing to take, that such a penalty would never be realized.