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This Financial Crisis Will Be 10x Worse Than 2008
Chris Martenson

The financial crisis now breaking will be ten times worse than 2008. It will need its own name, perhaps the Extremely Great Financial Crisis.

Stocks, bonds, commodities, real estate, mortgages, corporate financial outlooks…are all tanking. The dollar is spiking. Layoffs are growing. Markets are imploding. What is going on?

We have a liquidity crisis that is on its way potentially to becoming a solvency crisis that would then result in a wave of punishing bankruptcies. It’s a one-two-three punch.

In this important video, I’m digging into the data and the economic downfall heading our way.

Jack is back (as the financial crisis 2.0), and he’s scarier than ever.

My advice is to become prepared, become resilient, and keep your friends and family close.  The policy errors of many decades are now all converging on this next year as the time when their pent-up energy of awfulness will be unleashed.

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Dr. Chris Martenson is an independent economist and author of a popular website, His Crash Course video series explores the intertwining significance of the "three E's"—the economy, energy, and environment and offers articulate, dynamic insight into the workings of our monetary system.

Chris earned a PhD in neurotoxicology from Duke University, and an MBA from Cornell University. A fellow of the Post Carbon Institute, Chris's work has appeared on PBS and been cited by the Washington Post. He is a contributor to

Chris is an accomplished presenter who has offered the Crash Course seminar all over the United States. The online course has been translated into several languages, and been viewed over 1.5 million times. His website offers both daily free content as well as a newsletter service for enrolled members. His goal is to help as many people understand that we are in the midst of a profound economic shift and that equally profound risks and opportunities lie in our future. For those that can see them coming, tremendous advantages exist.

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