muses of the moment

October 17, 2012

Leap 2020

GEAB N68 is out!! You pay for all the detail but they publish a very lengthy summary.

Click here.

These last few weeks, as predicted by our team, the world geopolitical situation has rapidly deteriorated: the Syrian conflict has become a regional conflict in which the major powers are now trying not to be drawn in beyond the limits that they have set (1); to the North of the Sahel (Mali, Niger, …) a new military confrontation between Islamists and the West is in the offing (2); the China Sea has been turned into zone of “tepid” conflicts across the board with Japan and China in the middle of brewing chaos (3); the major world economies are all entering recession (4); social unrest is growing just like tax pressure,… and there is no more liquidity available (even QE has an effectiveness in freefall (5)) as was still the case in 2009.

In this issue, our team thus takes stock of Western real estate prospects out to 2013 and adds a special anticipation “Netherlands Real Estate” due to the real estate crash in progress in this country. At the same time we continue to explore the socio-political consequences for 2013 of the increasing unrest in public opinion, concentrating here on the United States (6). Finally, after a review and a schedule of the main trends for the next few months, we expand on our recommendations concerning real estate, gold and the stock exchanges.

Regarding US Housing Market, the discussion in the link above is very similar to Martin Armstrong’s cycle decline in Real Estate. (Which gg completely agrees with.)

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3 Comments »

  1. LEAP is totally biased to the elites EU power grab scheme. They have about as much credibility as Huffington Post.
    I only look at what they produce to digest the propaganda and see where they’re at.

    It’s the same with CNBC on this side of the Atlantic, (well… truth be told, I can’t bring myself to actually view cnbc, I read what others have to say about what they report).

    Comment by jack — October 18, 2012 @ 9:24 pm

  2. Jack,

    Everyone has a bias view. Yes, Leap is clearly in the euro and Euroland will survive camp. But that is still a possibility, we don’t know yet. And just because they have a bias view, doesn’t mean everything they say is not truthful. They called the drop in the US Economy in the second half of 2012. And as far as gg is concerned, they are right on with the US Housing market. I like to hear what they have to say, just like I like to watch Russia TV (RT). There are always kernels of truth that will never be played on US financial TV. Somewhere in the middle is where the truth is hanging out.

    gg

    Comment by totallygroovygirlfriday — October 19, 2012 @ 10:54 am

  3. They predicted an unprecedented event for September-October with red alert lights flashing left and right. It seems the big event now may not happen. At least they have dramatically toned down their new report. If their previous predictions do not pan, all their other predictions are equally worthless in my opinion. I also can only find a French leftist pro-EU activist in connection with LEAP. Nobody who seems to have any knowledge in finance.

    Comment by Jane — October 21, 2012 @ 5:16 pm


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