Everything Bubble is Reaching a Limit — David Morgan

Everything Bubble is Reaching a Limit — David Morgan. By Greg Hunter.

Precious metals expert and financial writer David Morgan says the entire world is printing huge amounts of money, and nobody ever plans on paying any of it back. 

It’s all going into the so-called “Everything Bubble” that gets stretched a little more each and every day.  With another $1.9 trillion Corona stimulus package that just passed in the Senate, we are getting closer to finding out how much funny money a country can print out of thin air before it all blows up.

Morgan says, “It’s all about the currency reset or currency crisis that I have been writing and talking about for so long.  So, if you don’t trust the currency du jour, the U.S. dollar which is the reserve currency of the world, you are going to look for some place to go that you trust more than that.”

“I think this is what the Bitcoin phenomenon is all about. … I think it‘s an indicator that there is money, big money, that is scared to death about what’s going to happen with the dollar in the future, and they are seeking a place to park it. There is greed too, but the primary thing they are looking for is something that is outside the system at large.” …

Morgan warns, “We are reaching a limit on everything across the board with the ‘Everything Bubble,’ the overvalued ‘Everything Bubble.’ What is not overvalued? It’s pretty much the commodities. We are going from a financial economy where 70% is a consumer economy to an economy of what is needed. This is the commodity sector. You need corn, wheat, rice, soybeans, cotton and look at lumber. I mean all these things are going up. The financial system that is running 40% of the economy is just paper promises going back and forth across trading desks all day. We are not a productive society.

The culmination of three centuries of increasingly lax but profitable banking is coming soon, to judge by the largest-ever debt mountain and the permanently low interest rates. Something will deform badly or even bust before too long.