December 2022
December 2, 2022

Financials Matter

"It's Not Just About Finance"

Which Market Runs Out of Money First?

By now you should be aware that the good ole’ USA is in debt to the tune of over $21 TRILLION.

It’s mathematically impossible to pay off our debt.

But Wait!

There’s good news here if you’re willing to look for it.

We constantly look for good news and this case we’ve found…” Wait for it” …we’re in much better shape than the rest of the world.

I know, I know, that’s like saying we’re the cleanest shirt in the dirty laundry basket, but it’s true.

Why else do you think our markets are still looking strong?

It’s simple.

And I’ll sum it up in two words.

Money flow.


That’s right.  The flow of money is the best way to determine how markets react and perform regardless of how volatile the world is.

Money always seeks the safest harbor…especially in a storm.

Look around the world and do the math with me.

Would you want to invest in Europe right now?  How about Japan?  China? Russia?

Or, better yet, how about South America?  Venezuela, Argentina? Etc.

See my point?

The smart money has been pouring into the US from most of the above-mentioned nations to the tune of Billions every month.

In Plain English, that’s why we aren’t going to crash like all the doom porn addicts keep screaming about.

On the contrary, we’re likely to see a Melt-up while watching the other nations markets collapse.

The big question is…Who’s going broke first?

Normally you’d guess Emerging Markets but our money is on Europe collapsing first.  Japan will follow soon after.  (We wrote about it HERE).


They’ve destroyed their bond markets and no one wants to buy their debt.

When will this global bond market contagion affect us?

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