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Global Collapse Time Bomb:
A Financial and Social Cataclysm
is in the Making

A cataclysmic global financial and social collapse is in the making and its concrete signs and premises are obvious, but not many of us are aware...
The crisis that had ignited in 2008 hasn't been overcome. In fact, the situation is worsening.

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Concrete facts are evidence pointing out to a developing collapse. The process is gradual, but not obvious to most people.

Certainly, besides the financial and economic factors, there are social ones as well - both constitute strong signals to watch.

Prime Values will give you an overview of what is developing. No need to get terrified, this is not an apocalyptic scare, but a purely economic and social analysis.

If a major financial collapse happens, then a severe social crisis will ignite.

This has happened before during "The Great Depression" in the 1920's and 1930's. But, if a similar scenario unfolds now, it will most likely be far more severe.

In order to understand the global tendencies, one has to understand the regional and global economic developments as well.

This is a factual analysis that will help you better understand the signs and possible consequences in order to be able to preserve your wealth.

Before going into the details, it has to be underlined that this analysis is based on a collection of facts and possible scenarios - the materials are not intended to induce fear, whatsoever...

Watch the following signs and the developments surrounding them. You'll be able to better comprehend what's unveiling in front of our eyes:

1. Mounting Government Debt

Sovereign economies around the World have been accumulating immense amounts of debt. The bubble is still growing, but will it pop? And what consequences will there be, if it bursts?

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2. The Euro Collapse Might Not Be Far

After the outbreak of the Greek crisis, it seemed, the Hellenic state will be the first brick to fall and the eurozone will either suffer a total currency collapse or, a contraction.
Bailout money has slowed down the process, it hasn't solved it.

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3. The Petrodollar Demise Would Bring a Dollar Collapse

The petrodollar system is the main strength behind the US dollar.
Should a significant amount of oil purchase made in any other currency than the dollar, the US currency will weaken substantially and probably even lose its reserve currency statues.

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4. Countries Phasing Out the US Dollar

The number of countries bypassing the US dollar is on the increase. Some have totally eliminated it, others have drastically reduced its usage: Japan, Iran, Venezuela, China, Australia are just a few examples.

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5. Possible Stock Market Crash

Speculations are driving the markets.
If a major stock market collapses, the effects will rapidly propagate throughout the World and could have potentially devastating effects on your daily life.

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6. The Detroit Syndrome - When Thriving Big Cities Go Bankrupt

Once the symbol of the US car industry, Detroit has become a run-down slumish bankrupt city that can't even afford to sustain itself.
This "Detroit syndrome" could happen to many other developed cities of the World.

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7. The Greece Scenario: Country-wide Social-economic Collapse

Following the 2008 crisis' outbreak, Greece was Europe's most hard-hit economy and the effects severely propagated into the social sphere.
Unfortunately, this is another negative example of what could happen elsewhere...

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8. The Cyprus Scenario: A Premise for Wealth Taxation

In mid-2013, Cyprus has heavily taxed bank account savings at the request of the IMF, after instituting a bank holiday.
Many have called this a precedent for wealth taxation.
Could this happen in your country?

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9. Youth Unemployment Rising in the Western World

Alarming youth unemployment rates are registered throughout Europe and the USA.
Countries like Spain and Greece, but the US as well have rates above 50 %!

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10. Increasing Social Unrest

Have youn noticed that since the outbreak of the 2008 crisis, social unrest has been on the rise? Most of these being sparked by socio-economic factors...
Sweden, the UK, Bosnia, Canada, Venezuela, the Ukraine, Turkey, France are just a few names...

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11. Monetary Easing: Trendy, But Dangerous Business

The United States, the European Union and Japan have all resorted to this risky method for creating liquidity and even for coping with deflation.
The obvious result is inflation, but if it gets out of hand, it could go hyper-!

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12. A Chinese Recession Could Bring the World's Economy Down

Chinese GDP growth has been slowing down. "The World's growth engine" has an export-focused production economy and if a recession hits the Asian giant, the entire World will suffer tremendously.

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13. Global Economic Slowdown

Many of the World's countries have been experiencing recession and slow growth. There is no overall major positive change, even though some countries are reporting better results.

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14. Could the Cryptocurrencies Signal
the Coming of a New Financial System?

Bitcoin, Litecoin, Namecoin, Dogecoin, Novacoin and there are hundreds more...
Could the cryptocurrencies be the premises of a new financial system?

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15. The Importance of Regional Currencies is Increasing

Not just because of the current crisis, but for other reasons as well - more and more sub-national regions, even cities and smaller communities are encouraging the use of local currencies.

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16. Trade Wars, Financial Wars, Currency Wars are Undergoing

We are witnessing a series of financial wars, trade wars between rival countries and rival groups of states.
Politically or natural resource-motivated, the reasons are various and the consequences might be devastating.

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17. Energy Resource-related Conflicts are Spreading

Conflicts igniting because of energy resources and conflicts that affect the flow of resources are on the rise. Of course, most of these conflicts are oil and natural gas-related.

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