Despite exorbitant executive salaries, record earnings on Wall Street and a surging dollar, an increasing number of forecasters are warning the feel-good data is severely skewered – a bit like a new coat of paint that used-car dealerships use to conceal the fact that a car’s engine is shot. Indeed, many experts are giving the rickety US-made jalopy just months before the big collapse begins.
Gerald Celente, the founder of Trends Research, who predicted the “panic of 2008,” says the economic earthquake will send reverberations around the world.
“You’re going to see a global stock market crash,” Celente told King World News. “There’s going to be panic on the streets from Wall Street to Shanghai, to the UK down…
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