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{HOW EXACTLY TO} Survive The Mega Collapse Of 2022

Authored by MN Gordon via EconomicPrism.com,

Welcome to 2022!

{THE BRAND NEW} Year’s edition of the Economic Prism {is really a} {host to} wild guesses and {tough} suppositions.  {Nowadays|These days} we {concentrate} our eyes through our proprietary prism.  {Month viewshed we set our sights over a 12.}  What do we see?{off

First,} {2022 {is a} year where everything {beneath the} sun happens precisely {since it} should.|{per year} where everything {beneath the} sun happens precisely {since it} should 2022 {will undoubtedly be}.}  Some good.  Some bad.  {{Every day} shall unfold before you with symbiotic disharmony.|Day shall unfold before you with symbiotic disharmony each.}  You can bet your bottom bitcoins on it.

But what else?

Will gold top $3,000 per ounce?  Will Beeple sell another digital art medley NFT for $69 million?  Will a paper cup full of Starbucks coffee mixed with syrup and milk froth hit $10 before the year’s over?

What about the S&P 500, the yield on the 10-Year Treasury note, and the price of oil?{

Will Fed tapering {result in a} simultaneous tantrum in {both} stock and bond markets?|

Will Fed tapering {result in a} simultaneous tantrum in {both} bond and stock markets?}  Will Fauci finally be run out of Washington on a rail like a 19th century con man?  Will China invade Taiwan?  {Did WWIII commence in the Ukraine just?}  Are we fated for complete social distortion?{

You have opinions on these matters likely.}  Many people do.  {The answers to these relevant questions,} no doubt, will be revealed in due course.  In the meantime, our advice is to trust your gut.  Your guesses are better than most.

After a deranged 2021, and with Jen Psaki as White House Press Secretary, {{everything} can happen in 2022 – |everything and anything {can occur} in 2022 – } including a mega collapse!

Thus we’re eschewing a broad range of predictions for the 12 months before us.  But not to worry, we won’t leave you empty handed…

Rather, with humility and modesty we’ve zeroed in on one critical – yet hated – opportunity.  {{You can expect} this {possibility to} you here,|This opportunity {emerges} by us {for you} here,} free of charge, with the sole intention of {assisting you} survive the mega collapse of 2022.

{Where you can|Where you should} begin…

Significantly Overvalued

{A glance at} the S&P 500 {is a great|is an excellent} {place to begin}.  {The broad {marketplace} index just hit {a fresh} record high – again!|The broad {marketplace} index just hit {once again} {a fresh} record high -!}  But price is {a very important factor}.  Does the S&P 500 have {the wages} to back it up?

The S&P 500’s current valuation, {{in comparison with} its historical valuations {heading back} to 1871,|{in comparison with} its historical valuations {likely to} 1871 back,} reveals a {currency markets} with significant risks.  {{By} the December 30 market close,|The December 30 market close {by},} the  Cyclically Adjusted Price Earnings  (CAPE) ratio is 40.09.

That’s over 137 percent {greater than} the CAPE ratio’s long-term historical average…and well above the 32.{in September 1929 56 CAPE ratio reached.}  {The only real} time the CAPE ratio has been higher is for {a short} moment at the dot com bubble peak, {december 1999 in,} in the run-up to {the brand new} millennium, when it hit 44.19.

Following {both these} CAPE ratio peaks – September 1929 and December 1999 – the {currency markets} crashed in spectacular fashion.

{In a nutshell}, {in line with the} current CAPE ratio, the S&{P 500 {is currently} well over double {the expense of} its historical average.|P 500 is {more than} double {the expense of} its historical average now.}  {The NASDAQ and DJIA {may also be} both at {nasal area} bleed levels.|The NASDAQ and DJIA are both at nose bleed {amounts|ranges} also.}

Similarly, the  Buffett indicator , {that is a} ratio of {the full total} market capitalization over gross domestic product, {{demonstrates|implies that} the overall {currency markets} is significantly overvalued.|{demonstrates|implies that} the overall {currency markets} is overvalued significantly.}  {The ratio {presently} stands at about 209.|The ratio stands at about 209.}5 percent.  {{A reasonably} valued market {is really a} ratio {somewhere within} 98 and 119 percent.|{A reasonably} valued market {is really a} ratio between 98 and 119 percent somewhere.}  {Anything above 141 {%} {is known as} significantly overvalued.|Anything above 141 {%} is considered overvalued.}

Obviously, {probably the most} reliable way to make money in the stock market is to buy low and sell high.  Conversely, buying high and selling low is a guaranteed way to lose money.  Based on current valuations, buying the major U.S. {{currency markets} indexes right now {will be} buying high.|{currency markets} indexes right {will be} buying high now.} {

{Perchance you} could buy {higher} and sell higher.|{you can} buy high and sell higher

Perhaps.}  But this isn’t an advisable way to invest.  Not unless you consider gambling to be investing.  Successful long term index fund investing involves buying when the market index is cheap – when the CAPE ratio is below 15 or the Buffett indicator is below 76 percent.

{In line with the} CAPE ratio and the Buffett indicator, the U.S. {{currency markets} {happens to be} significantly overvalued.|{currency markets} is currently overvalued.}  Moreover, {it {is still} propelled dangerously upward by central bank credit pumping;|it {is still} propelled upward by central bank credit pumping dangerously;} {real tightening {will never be} occurring {for a long time}.|real tightening {will never be} occurring {for quite a while} quite.}

Thus, {{once we} commence {the brand new} Year,|year {once we} commence the New,} the major U.S. stock market indexes are at risk of a manic blow off top followed by a spectacular crash.  This doesn’t mean you should sell {all of your} stocks and {head to} {completely} cash.  {{Nonetheless it} does {imply that} some prudent adjustments to your holdings {could be} in order.|{Nonetheless it} does {imply that} some prudent adjustments to your holdings {may be} in order.}

{How exactly to} Survive the Mega Collapse of 2022

{The truth is|Truth be told}, with Bidenflation raging {uncontrollable|unmanageable}, cash is trash.  {Bonds too are trash.}

What’s more, foolish policies out of Washington are trashing the foundations of economic life and civilized society with unprecedented precision.  {This is a} partial listing of {a few of the} unintended consequences that government interventions have directly manifested…

Price inflation.  Supply chain disruptions.  Labor shortages.  Energy shortages.  {Fertilizer and food scarcity.}  Extreme wealth disparity.  Stock, bond, and {property|real-estate} bubbles.  Flash mob smash and grab robberies.  {And far}, Much More…

{Therefore}, and many others, {2022 {would be the} year of the mega collapse.|{the entire year} of the mega collapse 2022 {will undoubtedly be}.}  {Actually}, it’s already happening.{

But {it doesn’t matter how} expensive the {currency markets} indexes are,|{it doesn’t matter how} expensive the {currency markets} indexes are

But,} {no} matter how delusional investor expectations are for future returns, {{you should do} something {together with your} savings and {investment finance}.|{you should do} something {together with your} investment and savings capital.} {

A {currency markets} crash may or {may possibly not be} imminent.|

A {currency markets} crash might or {may possibly not be} imminent.}  {But a mega collapse of the economy is {most surely} in the cards.|But a mega collapse of the economy is most in the cards definitely.}

{What things to} do…

Gold, without question, {{may be the} tried and true {type of} wealth protection.|{may be the} true and tried {type of} wealth protection.}  Paper dollars, debt instruments, {dollar based dividend and interest payments,} {and {the complete} gamut of paper promises {may possibly not be} here {following the} mega collapse.|and {the complete} gamut of paper promises {may possibly not be} {following the} mega collapse here.}  But gold {will stay}.

To {become|end up being} clear, gold’s {no} investment; it doesn’t {spend} a dividend or interest.  Still, it’s {a lot more} {than simply} a pet rock, as Buffett asserts.

Gold, specifically, {can be an} anti-investment.  It’s a safe haven for wealth.  And it’s especially prudent for times like now…when {the finish} of {the planet} as we’ve always {recognized|identified} it comes to {complete|move}.

Yet if gold’s an anti-investment, {what’s silver then?}

Silver, {for just one}, {can be an} industrial metal with {a variety of} applications.  However, {silver’s an anti-investment also;} it’s a hybrid wealth refuge.  And silver, like gold, {will still endure {following the} mega collapse.|will endure {following the} mega collapse still.} {

Thus herein lies our one critical – yet hated – {possibility to} survive the mega collapse of 2022.|

Thus herein lies our one critical – hated – {possibility to} survive the mega collapse of 2022 yet.}

You {observe|notice|discover|find}, {at the brief moment,} silver {will be} despised even by holders of {gold and silver coins}.  {We realize} this by {considering} the gold/silver ratio (i.e., {the cost of} gold {separated|split} by {the cost of} silver).  By this metric, {silver {is incredibly} cheap {in comparison to} gold right now.|silver is cheap {in comparison to} gold {at this time} extremely.}

{Once the} gold/silver ratio {will be} above 80, {silver is comparatively inexpensive {in accordance with} gold.|silver is inexpensive {in accordance with} gold comparatively.}  {In accordance} to  GoldSilver , {the final} {3 x} the gold/silver ratio topped 80, silver {improved} 40 percent, 300 percent, and 400 percent.

{By} market close December 30, the gold/silver ratio {will be|is usually|is definitely|can be|is certainly} 78.78.  {That’s pretty doggone {near} 80.|That’s pretty {near} 80 doggone.}  Need we {state} more?{year

Happy New!}

[Editor’s note: As detailed above, physical silver’s an anti-investment.  It’s not to {become|end up being} {purchased} for price speculation.  There are, however, {remarkably profitable {methods to} exploit cheap silver prices.|profitable {methods to} exploit cheap silver prices remarkably.}  And {compensated} up  Wealth Prism Letter  {subscribers {will quickly realize} {just how} in the January issue,|the January issue subscribers {will quickly realize} exactly how in,} {{because of} be published in {the first} hours of January 3.|of January 3 {because of} be published in {the first} hours.}   If you’d like to exploit this opportunity too, {{do something} and subscribe today!|today {do something} and subscribe!}   Have a blessed 2022!]

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