As stock market highs continue in earnest, it seems like there is no stopping global asset bubbles. But things are not at all what they seem. Mitch Feierstein looks into why today the levels of debt, credit, and leverage in most markets exceed 2008’s pre-crisis highs and what this means for us in 2018.
The original wizard of Wall Street, W.D Gann was a finance trader and wealthy speculator that spent decades investigating cyclical trends in equity market pattens and found that prices could be predicted long in advance. He successfully predicted the crashes in the 1929 and Dot-Com stock market bubbles. And according to his analysis, the US stock market is due for another crash in 2020.
Investor, banker and author of Planet Ponzi, Mitch Feierstein examines the impact of 35+ years of central bank malfeasance.