Is the Economy Going to Get Worse? “The Market Could Tank Very Soon” After the Inauguration of President Barack Obama

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Global Research, January 17, 2009
George Washington’s Blog

Exactly the Opposite of What You’ve Been Told

Most Americans have been told by the Bush administration and the talking heads that things will get worse for a couple of months, but then the economy will start to turn around and improve in the second half of 2009 after Bushco and Obamaco’s bailout and stimulus programs kick in.In fact, the smart money is saying that the exact opposite will happen.

Specifically, Marc Faber, Robert McHugh, Societe Generale, Mish and others are saying that the stock market is now in a bear market bounce, buoyed by the hope of the general population that Obama will turn things around. But that at some point after the inauguration, people will realize that Obama’s plan won’t stop the crisis, and that things are going to get worse.

At that point, they say, the market will really tank.

Mish and Societe Generale think the market could tank very soon – say a couple of days after the inauguration.

Faber and McHugh seem to think the crash will come in the spring.

But they all agree that the exact opposite of what the mainstream talking heads say will occur: things will seem temporarily better, and then the market will crash dramatically.

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3 thoughts on “Is the Economy Going to Get Worse? “The Market Could Tank Very Soon” After the Inauguration of President Barack Obama

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  2. The sooner it tanks the better. That way when things get bad enough there may be a chance to institute a new economic system along the lines advocated by Richard E. Cook. If a new system is not put in place then nothing will change and even more wealth will be concentrated in even fewer hands.

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