ACC-21037January_Newsletter_p

ACC-21037January_Newsletter_p - Banking holidays where a...

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Page -37- will flourish, especially in the larger cities. * Specific unrest/violence and even riots over economy, food, etc. in larger cities * Regional Martial law declared at first in large cities. ..and then possibly nationwide. * Several large terrorist attacks on US assets, including a few in the continent, even perhaps a small nuclear weapon. * Unemployment rates at least double if not triple. (U-3 reaches 15%+. ..U-6 hits 24%. .. U-8 hits 35%) * Complete US dollar collapse. * Gold at $2000+. Silver at $30+ * Many Troops will be pulled out of Iraq. But they will not come home. The will most likely be increased into Afganistan. * The US Military budget will be cut, perhaps as much as half. (New weapons development programs and New weapons to be put into production.) * Social and Welfare spending will increase by trillions of dollars.
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Unformatted text preview: * Banking holidays. .. where a large number or all of them close their doors for a period of time. * Russian moves against Ukraine trying to force it back into the Russian camp. They will ultimately be successful. POSSIBLE SEQUENCE & TIMING. ... U.S./NORTH AMERICA IN THE NEXT 12-24 MONTHS **THE 2009 SPRING OF DEFLATION ...Good News-Bad News for another few months. (3-6 months?) * GOOD NEWS--Things are cheap and still available for the most part. LAST CHANCE TO STOCK UP ON THINGS while you can. ..invest in commodities. (Food, gold, silver, bullets, guns, etc.)-Gas might hit $1 gal. * BAD NEWS. ..people are losing their jobs. As was pointed out in last months newsletter. .. contrary to what the government and the experts are GRI Newsletter, January 2009 © Roger K. Young 2009 all rights reserved...
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This note was uploaded on 11/17/2010 for the course BCS 213 taught by Professor Mcgovern during the Spring '10 term at Bergen Community College.

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