Financial Structure and Debt

2015 Mt of Business copyWill the financial structure which governs our nation determine the limit to which that nation can prosper and grow?


Yes! We Agree America!



A sound financial structure does not spend more than it takes in, promise more than it can deliver or indenture future generations. A wise and prudent system carefully accounts for what it takes in, makes sure that it has more than enough to meet its obligations and sets aside additional funds to invest for the future. This leaves future generations a legacy, not a debt.
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1) Is the US economy and its financial markets in trouble? Are Things Lining up Just Like 2008, Is the US Headed for Recession?  (2-2-16) by Fulton Sheen

(TOPICS: US growth does not look positive, Global Markets do not look good, Economic indicators point to a Recession)

Most financial articles written today make references “like 2007 or 2008”, as many believe things are lining up just as they were before the 2008 Financial Crisis, there are differences between now and then, but unfortunately for the US and many other nations, those differences are not positive.  Read More

Is the Big Short All Over Again & Global Banking”  (2-29-16)

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China Crashes World Markets, Dow Falls 1079 Points in 5 Days (1-8-16) by Fulton Sheen –             Timeline Update


On Dec 31, 2014, the Dow closed at 17,823. On Dec 31, 2015 the Dow closed at 17,425, wiping out all gains for 2015 and finishing 398 points down.  On January 4, 2016 the Dow opened at 17,425 and five days later, closed at 16,346, down 1079 points, wiping out all of 2014 gains and 230 points of 2013 gains which finished at 16,576 Dec 31, 2013.  This means that most people who have been in the US stock market for the last two years have virtually earned nothing.  Read More 


2) How does central bank intervention affect a nation and how does it affect the global market place? Why Did the Fed Raise Interest Rates & What Were the Effects? (2-2-16) by Fulton Sheen

(TOPICS: Central Banks, Quantitative Easing (QE), pegging one currency to another, What happens when interest rates are raised)


The USD strengthened in 2015, because in December of 2014 the Federal Reserve adjusted their Quantitative Easing (QE) Plan and stopped printing money to purchase bonds.  The Fed talked about raising interest rates all year until the last week of 2015, when they raised them a quarter percent.  This action is called “tightening,” and it caused great turbulence in US and global markets, because so many nations have pegged their currencies to the USD and most of their debt are comprised of US loans, denominated in USDs.   This action raised interest payments owed to the US, as well as caused these nations to buy more US securities and USDs to maintain their peg. – Read More



3) How do global financial markets affect US financial markets?

China and the Yuan Ignited Currency Wars (2-3-16) by Fulton Sheen


(TOPICS: Devaluation of currency, Chinese yuan, Currency wars, Central Banks, China meltdown)


In 2015, China and the Yuan have created tremendous volatility in global stock markets, currencies and currency markets. Billionaire investor George Soros said China’s economy is headed for a hard landing, a slump that will worsen global deflationary pressures, drag down stocks and boost U.S. government bonds.  “A hard landing is practically unavoidable,” he said in an interview with Bloomberg TV’s Francine Lacqua from the World Economic Forum in Davos on Thursday. “I’m not expecting it, I’m observing it.”  He added that the country’s unsustainable debt burden and capital flight are both signals of a hard landing.  Read More


Nations De-Peg from the USD & Reducing US Influence in World Market Place (2-2-16)  by Fulton Sheen (Topics: Depegging, a concerted moving away from the US & USD and US control of world market place)


More and more nations are de-pegging from the USD, China has just de-pegged, along with many Asian nations, and Hong Kong and Saudi Arabia are considering it as well.  These nations are de-pegging because it’s costing them too much to maintain their peg and they want their currency to devalue to make it more competitive in global markets and increase exports.  Regardless of whether the USD remains the internationally designated world reserve currency or not, fewer nations are pegging to it, fewer are trading with it, and fewer USDs are being used in international trade, thus reducing US influence in the global market place. – Read More


Falling Commodities & Rising Deflation (2-2-16) FJS

(TOPICS: Currency Wars, Trade Wars, Devaluation of currency, Deflation, Commodity free fall)


Most of the world is experiencing deflation, hence the drop in commodities, primarily because China had been buying so much and abruptly stopped last summer. Deflation sets in when we have a lack of growth and too many commodities with too few nations and individual consumers buying them.   Currently, we have too much food, steel, iron, oil, etc., too much stuff which has driven down retail prices, swelled inventories and caused commodity holdings to lose value.  US consumers have already begun to reduce their purchases, hence the poor December retail figures.  Read More


4) What is sovereign debt and how does it impact a nation’s economy? What is Sovereign Debt & What is the Current State of Global Indebtedness? (DEC 2015)

(TOPIC: Sovereign Debt, Global debt, US debt) by Fulton Sheen

Sovereign Debt is money which has been lent to a nation by individuals, businesses, mutual funds, insurance companies, brokerage companies, trust funds, foundations, banks, other sovereign nations and almost any other organizational structure.  The lenders have purchased this debt in the form of sovereign bonds which the purchasers are guaranteed repayment by the full faith and credit of that nation.  When a nation spends more than they take in and their debt is greater than their assets, it’s only a matter of time, until they default on their payments to their creditors, just like someone who goes bankrupt. –


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US Government Reports Social Security, Medicare & Social Security Disability not Solvent Federal Reserve Reports US Banking System Unsound (11-12-15) Fulton Sheen

In both these government reports they plainly admit too much debt, not enough revenue and if nothing changes insolvency.  However, neither report offers a solution or even a direction to take.  The Social Security report says people need to be prepared.  In other words, people need to find another source of retirement income or figure out how to live without Social Security & Medicare. – Read More

5) What can you do?


Here are some flow charts that can help you:

  • Prepare and position yourself and your family for a financial crisis

  • The sequence of events which occur as a nation enters a financial crisis

  • The sequence of events when a nation is in the midst of the crisis

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