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Which Sector Is The Pin That Pricks The Everything Bubble? Mike Maloney

Download Mike's best-selling book for free here: With seemingly everything except precious metals in a bubble, it can be quite hard to keep your eye on the ball. Join Mike Maloney as he uncovers what could potentially be a huge factor in the next crash – insane levels of corporate debt. Thanks for sharing and clicking that 'Like' button. For those wondering why our videos don't appear in their subscription feed immediately – we release our clips to our free weekly email readers first, then later we publish to YouTube. Sometimes it's just hours, sometimes it's a couple of days later. This is to encourage people to join our free newsletter – because one day, we may not have YouTube to rely on. Join our free newsletter list by going to and entering your email address in the 'Get Market Alerts' box at the bottom of the page. As always, thank you for your support. M.

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41 Comments on Which Sector Is The Pin That Pricks The Everything Bubble? Mike Maloney

  1. How many stadiums for entertaining with wealthy men playing children’s sports were built after the Charney report? Who is going to invest when this gets out? The Charney Report 1979
    – page viii
    “The conclusions of this brief but
    intense investigation may be comforting
    to scientists but disturbing to
    policymakers. If carbon dioxide
    continues to increase, the study group
    finds no reason to doubt that climate
    changes will result and no reason to
    believe that these changes will be
    negligible. The conclusions of prior
    studies have been generally reaffirmed.
    However, the global climate system, may
    be expected to slow the course of
    observable climate change. A wait-and-
    see policy may mean waiting until it is
    too late.”

    • You got your propaganda backwards. The Co2 is a result of natural warming. But this is a good thing! Plants love Co2… And plants give us oxygen.
      The “ice age” is from large meteors colliding with earth. Science has shown us that. lol
      That propaganda is old, man. No one is believing the lies anymore, bro!
      It’s politicization of history and weather. Not too long ago “scientists” were calling for an ice age. So what is it?
      Have you heard of the dalton minimum? Do you know what solar cycles are?
      Are you a flat earther too? sheesh

    • +Dan Taz You are stupid. You can’t accept the root of your whole existence is compacted energy produced by millions of years of natural process. You are in an extinction event and all the elite could do is make you stupidly entertained and keep things going to their advantage ALAP.

    • +NEAR TERM EXTINCTION – HUMAN the elites want a CO2 tax, they are pushing that agenda like Obama trudeau, al gore, etc

    • I dont think so, I think Mike already said that this is the longest expansion in the history or we are close to that, a market crash every ten years no more, we are overdue. You cant assume that all the countries like china, us, russia, the bricks, etc will get along to make this go long.

    • Do you have evidence that you accurately predicted the crash of 2008? If not then you are probably wrong about this one as well.

    • +skyson b pei Australia has negative GDP on the 3rd quater of 2018, if the 4th is the same then recession, here

    • Inflation is like that illusion with the chocolate bar. You cut it into pieces and rearrange it so it looks like there are two bars. Print all you want but at the end of the day its still only one bar or the usd’s true value is zero

  2. The ten years from 2009 are being redeemed now. Check when the largest issuances were bought and you’ll probably have the 10 year, breaking points.

  3. Go get ’em Mike – I love learning from a very calm, smooth delivery. Your information is appreciated.

  4. Government has ALWAYS been the problem with their endless borrowing without ever a thought of paying it back. Government is in a bubble. Let it crash.

  5. Get ready for shadow QE to infinity, and the average Joe scratches his head wondering why a loaf of bread is 15 bucks

  6. What’s stopping them from printing money? There are no physical restrictions since physical money is barely used, they make this “growth” go on infinetly. What’s going to stop a country like USA and China from doing that?

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