Debt Market Implosion Will Destroy Stock Market Globally | Gregory Mannarino

Liberty and Finance, Released on 1/4/23

The stock market is a distraction, says market trader and commentator Gregory Mannarino. The debt market is the market to watch. It’s a “ticking time bomb.” He says, “It’s ticking louder. It’s ticking faster. It’s going to go off.” Central banks are trying to keep the illusion of normalcy, he notes, and in the end, must continue to inflate the system.

0:00 Intro
2:30 Debt market
6:30 Banking system
9:52 MMRI
14:30 Cracks in system
18:25 East vs West
22:23 FDIC
26:18 Crisis replay
31:00 Miles Franklin

Gregory Mannarino started his career working for the securities and trading arm of the now defunct Bear Stearns before the dot-com bubble. After realizing that working on Wall Street was not like the movies, he moved on to get a medical degree and practiced medicine as a Physician Assistant. He also served in the United States Naval Reserve Medical Service Corps, having attained the rank of Lieutenant. He is an active trader of the capital markets and has published several books pertaining to finance, global economics, and equity trading. Gregory currently hosts a business day “MarketReport” on YouTube. You can find out more about what he offers at his website

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