The New Dynamics Of Market Crashes – By Teemu Paivinen

The New Dynamics Of Market Crashes

Or Why The Next Financial Crisis Could Be Much Worse.

Our economy is built on a requirement for perpetual growth and because no one wants to find out what happens when the growth stops, we’ve just kept piling on debt to keep the growth going. In practice this has lead to a constant cycle of extreme growth and crippling depression.

Market crashes are a symptom of a system where growth isn’t just pleasant, it’s a necessity. With capitalist forces at play, humans will do just about anything to grow just a little more and this quickly becomes unsustainable, financed by ever growing amounts of debt. A massive house of cards that almost everyone consciously or subconsciously knows about and one that must come down eventually.

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  • Gigi  On June 15, 2017 at 8:47 pm

    I read an article the other day about about Warren Buffet having over 30+ billion dollars in cash and that when he and other investors are hoarding that much in cash, expect an imminent market crash. The reason given for holding this much cash is so that they have they liquidity to buy up stocks dirt cheap. I wonder what would happen if people stop playing the stock market and just leave it to the likes of Warren Buffet? I mean, the stock market is a big ponzi scheme for the small man so if the small fish walk away from the stock market and plop their money into bitcoin – which is universal and easily accessible – wouldn’t the stock market become obsolete? I say, let the rich take all the risks and gamble with their own fiat wealth! Then bring out the pitchforks should they try to stick it to the people. What have we got to lose anyway? Bring it on!

  • Albert  On June 16, 2017 at 1:09 pm

    Gigi I now know you did not take Eco 101. Where will you save your money? Under the mattress, in the bank. Ever heard of the value of money………at inflation rate of 5% your dollar will be worth 95 cents next year. One of the only way to stay ahead is the stock market where the .rate of return average 7-9%

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