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Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Zang Warns Of Economic Implosion: "Enjoy your Christmas" Because All Bets Are Off In 2018...

Market analyst Lynette Zang predicts in the next market meltdown, “real estate, stocks, and bonds will all crash.” When asked when this will happen, Zang says, “Enjoy your Christmas,” but in 2018, all bets are off.

Greg Hunter interviewed Lynette Zang, Chief Market Strategist at, and her assessment of the 2018 economy is dire. Zang predicts, “In 2018, I don’t think they can hold these things together. I think we will see a major market correction in 2018. When that happens, that will cause the derivative implosion. We have to feel a lot of pain. . . . I think we are going to go into hyperinflation, and I think we will start to see that in 2018 because I think we will see these markets implode. I think we will see QE4 (money printing) for sure. . . . We have QE right now propping it up, according to the Fed’s own documents.”



Anonymous said...

If I had lots of green, I would have purchased gold and silver a long time ago. But, thanks for the warning.

Anonymous said...

There's always a "chicken little" out there who will predict the patriots losing. Even a blind squirrel finds a nut on occasion.
Our economy is finally firing on all cylinders and historic tax reform is about to be passed. Yes, the market is overdue for a correction, but that will affect the affluent and those in 401ks.
Believe me, life will go on.

Anonymous said...

Curious. What are your metrica for this "firing" economy?

Anonymous said...


There has never existed in time, an economy like we have now.
It is a totally manufactured economy (managed) and is no longer natural.
Therefore all prior metrics for evaluating the economy are moot.
They don't work.

The central bankers have created a fake economy in which all of us participate.
In the process they have destroyed all local economies entirely.
This is globalism (Communism).
Welcome to the machine.