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ThaBigFella
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Can Someone explain the 1.5 Quadrillion derivative bubble?

I was just watching a small piece on one of the news channels and an analyst was mentioning this gigantic 1.5 quadrillion(never heard the number) bubble that will burst soon and all currencies will be worthless he said. Then we'll all be wearing tin foil hats and trading silver coins for snickers bars.....I know its probably just nonsense....but can anyone explain the gigantic derivative bubble he mentions


Mo Jeaux
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re: Can Someone explain the 1.5 Quadrillion derivative bubble?
InB4 Bitcoins.


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GumboPot
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He's probably referring to the notional value of said derivatives and probaly doesn't know what that means.


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RCDfan1950
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re: Can Someone explain the 1.5 Quadrillion derivative bubble?
BF...I suspect that you'll have to apply Quantum Physics math, in order to "explain" that.

Bottom line. Stock the pantry.



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Powerman
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re: Can Someone explain the 1.5 Quadrillion derivative bubble?
I'd be willing to bet he has some 120 dollar survival guide to tell you

It's bullshite


PuntBamaPunt
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re: Can Someone explain the 1.5 Quadrillion derivative bubble?
googling it turned up some quality sites


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ThaBigFella
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fox business....


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dante
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re: Can Someone explain the 1.5 Quadrillion derivative bubble?
Wish I could help you, but this topic is WAY over my pay grade.


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PrimeTime Money
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re: Can Someone explain the 1.5 Quadrillion derivative bubble?
Derivatives are highly leveraged. This happened because of the availability of cheap money that can essentially be gambled with.

It is a consequence of the quarter of a percent federal funds rate.

So yeah, derivatives are a problem.

That is what collapsed AIG, Lehman Brothers, Goldman Sachs, etc.


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UncleFestersLegs
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re: Can Someone explain the 1.5 Quadrillion derivative bubble?
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It's bullshite


At the time of it's bankruptcy, Lehman had a $35 trillion notional derivatives portfolio. What part of that is bullshite?


ThaBigFella
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re: Can Someone explain the 1.5 Quadrillion derivative bubble?
So...back to my original question....do I begin constructing my bunker,hoarding food and silver coins....or do I keep on as is


UncleFestersLegs
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re: Can Someone explain the 1.5 Quadrillion derivative bubble?
Central bankers can keep the balls in the air a lot longer than you think. Look at Japan. They have been doing QE for almost 15 years, have a debt to GDP ratio more than triple the US and they still haven't collapsed.


TupeloTiger
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re: Can Someone explain the 1.5 Quadrillion derivative bubble?
Obama and the Sec. of the Treasury Printing paper money to cover the 1.2 Trillion in deficit spending,instead of modest cuts, combined with very low interest rates is causing this. The borrowing is cheap, practically no interest costs, produces a lot of derivatives that are cheap, that Wall Street uses for investments. It's getting bigger and bigger and could collapse in a few years. If Obama continues this for 4 more years, I predict colapse in about 5 or 6 years. It'll be just like Greece and Western Europe.


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WikiTiger
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and all currencies will be worthless






bitcoin FTW




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