STOCK MARKET IS A MANIA by Tie Miller : LUSENET : TimeBomb 2000 (Y2000) : One Thread

According to Tie, when the bubble bursts the banks will go with it. Everything will be wiped out. His forecasts have been very accurate in the past. He predicted the stock market boom and now says we are now in a new era. The excesses and debts will have to be wiped out. There is no choice and no turning back. The gold market is within several months of a complete melt up and central banks have sold off the gold to expand money supply for the current boom we are in. Inflation is written in stone and deflation will return only this time it will gobble up everyone. Cash will be king and gold will be a safe haven.

-- Jeff (, January 13, 2000


Don't bet on anything happening until after the elections. As long as the Fed continues to supply lots of money to the system the markets will continue to go up. Only an act of God can take this market out before the elections. But when they go , look out!

-- Gambler (, January 13, 2000.

Can someone tell me when the elections are in the US. We don't get much press coverage down here. Regards Downunder

-- downunder (, January 14, 2000.

Jeff you are right. We are in the midst of the greatest speculative bubble in the history of the world. When this puppy goes south we will see sorrow in unprecedented proportions. Tptb know this and are fighting it on every side. As everyone knows no one has been successful in battling a war with multiple fronts and this one has many. We will be surprised at the extent when the air finally leaves and we are left with splattered residue. Except this bubble is not made of soap. This bubble is elastic and we are amazed at the size and shape that it has become. Did you ever stare in amazement the first time you saw someone blow up a condom and the size it was able to expand? Well this is the case and when this bubble burts we will all be FAQed

-- Trouble double boiling Bubble (, January 14, 2000.

The general election is the first Tuesday in November.

-- Y2kObserver (, January 14, 2000.

Jeff, please tell me more about Tie Miller's predictions. I'm sorry that I'm ignorant as I've never heard of this man.

-- dinosaur (, January 14, 2000.

Yes Jeff, Who's Tie and what did he predict?

-- David Craig (, January 14, 2000.

Downunder -- the U.S. federal elections "started" in early to mid-1999. The results will be "fixed" sometime in August-October, 2000. The people "voting" (window dressing pretense to a republic) will be in early November, 2000. The new regine (excuse me, adminstration) will take place towards the end of January, 2000

-- A (, January 14, 2000.

Correction -- new regime starts January, 2001

BTW - all - read "Votescam" about the stealing of elections -- mad easier with computers. (No pesky paper ballots to substitute and trash.)

-- A (, January 14, 2000.

Paul have you ever heard of the straw man

-- y2k aware mike (y2k aware mike @ conservation . com), January 14, 2000.


-- Lookslikeitmightgetbumpy (Dontwannasay@this.time), January 14, 2000.

Latest on Gold (melt-up) from FOA...

"The background of this Swiss statement is more exciting than the announcement! We have offered for some time that future "official" Euroland sales would evolve into ECMBs (European Member Central Bank) buying gold "off market" and out of the reach of the LBMA . First the Dutch and now the Swiss have begun to open the door to this. The full 2,000 tonnes of gold covered in the Washington Agreement may not come to be used as collateral behind current gold paper. Truly, they (ECB/BIS) are cutting them off and starving the market. The next step will be the revelation that the "transfers" are occurring at higher dollar prices (and probably lower Euro prices, if they are done in that currency) than the spot market. Behind the stage, we have been "on the road" to higher physical prices ever sense the "agreement" was announced. The BIS has always had the power to break the Bullion Bank's from market controll by changing it from contract form into physical. Our current price doldrums do not indicate the frantic nature of life in this new "fast lane". Most traders are watching the paper markets and feel they are "dead in the water". This perception will change in the next act of paper destruction. We have had act #1 and each ensuing one should be more severe. Lease rates rise, paper prices gun up, major loses then a load of more gold contracts dumped to force the price down. I bet they have run out of small lenders after the last run around. If so, (maybe the next go around) the contract discounting begins?

Note: Michael, I received your News And Views and read it for the first time. What a wonderful commentary it is! Everyone should get it!

Thanks FOA"

-- Andy (, January 14, 2000.

Andy get your straw man while there is still time to do it. A friend mike,thanks for the great posts. Lookup straw man it's worth your time God bless

-- y2k aware mike (y2k aware mike @ conservation . com), January 14, 2000.

I did a word search on *Tie Miller* and received only links to sports pages. Can some savvy cybernaut tell me who Tie Miller is???

-- dinosaur (, January 14, 2000.

Sorry, information is the commodity and currency combined!

-- Kurt Hendrickson (, January 14, 2000.

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