Author archives: Simone Wapler

  • Draghi’s Unexpected Collateral Damage Will Spike U.S. Rates

    23.02.2018 • FranceComments Off on Draghi’s Unexpected Collateral Damage Will Spike U.S. Rates

    If long rates rise in the United States, it is the fault of the European Central Bank. Mario Draghi's purchases have dried up the European bond market. So, Eurozone investors will abandon the US bond and resume domestic securities.

  • Quiz: What Started the Crisis of 2007?

    22.02.2018 • FranceComments Off on Quiz: What Started the Crisis of 2007?

    Has the financial world become weird enough that the same causes do not produce the same effects? Let's start with a little quiz, dear reader. How well do you remember the early days of the subprime crisis?

  • Draghi, the Great Racketeer

    20.02.2018 • FranceComments Off on Draghi, the Great Racketeer

    A central banker is an extremely well paid biped who lives tax-free (because of his status as an international civil servant), responsible for covering up the stupidity of banks "too big to fail" and can delegate the privilege to lend money that does not

  • French Interventionism Reaches More Crucial Sectors

    16.02.2018 • FranceComments Off on French Interventionism Reaches More Crucial Sectors

    Since 2014, the state has the right to oppose foreign investment projects in the fields of energy, water, transport, electronic communications, public health, defense. But that was not enough. We added artificial intelligence, nanotechnologies, space and ...

  • The French Are Funding Their Downfall

    13.02.2018 • FranceComments Off on The French Are Funding Their Downfall

    Your French retirement account finances social housing, public planning and construction boards. Instead of being at the service of the driving forces of the economy (the companies), your money is used to finance future sources of cost for the taxpayer.

  • The Fatal Arrhythmia of the Financial Markets

    09.02.2018 • FranceComments Off on The Fatal Arrhythmia of the Financial Markets

    A little "volatility" and everything panics. The key of analysis is not in equity markets, in our opinion. It is in the bond market, in credit. The first bubble is the sovereign bond bubble swollen with bouncy interest rates. The second bubble is that of

  • Three Powers the Deep State Will Never Relinquish

    08.02.2018 • FranceComments Off on Three Powers the Deep State Will Never Relinquish

    These monetary policies are not made in the interest of the ordinary citizen, they are made by and created to serve the interests of the Parasitocracy. These elites refuse to give up control over the people's money, because it is this control which gives it

  • Gold: The Real Life Bitcoin

    05.02.2018 • FranceComments Off on Gold: The Real Life Bitcoin

    Does the fall of bitcoin mark the beginning of a new financial crisis? Whatever happens, gold today seems to be a very reasonable investment. Gold is both a material and tangible bitcoin. Those who have gold are solvent because they own a financial asset that

  • France’s Infrastructure Is Crumbling Despite Taxes at 56% of GDP

    01.02.2018 • FranceComments Off on France’s Infrastructure Is Crumbling Despite Taxes at 56% of GDP

    The most taxed country in the world can no longer properly maintain its road network. This is in black and white in the latest French Infrastructure Orientation Council report, which was handed out today to Minister of Transport Elisabeth Borne. Their

  • The Atomic Revival: Trump Looks to Rebuild the Nuclear Arsenal

    31.01.2018 • FranceComments Off on The Atomic Revival: Trump Looks to Rebuild the Nuclear Arsenal

    Washington wants to develop mini-nuclear weapons, what the military calls tactical weapons or theater weapons, used on the battlefield. Debt, the accumulation of win-lose contracts, the carelessness of governments, and mismanagement of public affairs always

  • The Most Basic Form of Capitalism Is Dying

    30.01.2018 • FranceComments Off on The Most Basic Form of Capitalism Is Dying

    Real capitalism is a myth. Savings and capital exist on the other hand, but they are manipulated, commandeered and drowned in monetary creation.

  • Major Public Projects Could Condemn France to Eternal Debt

    24.01.2018 • FranceComments Off on Major Public Projects Could Condemn France to Eternal Debt

    One suggestion: France should give up the Olympics. They have rather brought misfortune to their host country: bankruptcy of Greece, riots in Brazil ... Not a good long-term idea.

  • Bitcoin Falls 50% From Its December Peak

    18.01.2018 • FranceComments Off on Bitcoin Falls 50% From Its December Peak

    Some thought that a crash of bitcoin could degenerate into stock market crash. For the moment, it isn't so. True, some hedge funds and family offices lick their wounds with $358 billion gone in smoke in just a month. But for now, not enough to spread a global

  • A Traditionally Safe Sector Is Ready to Crumble

    17.01.2018 • FranceComments Off on A Traditionally Safe Sector Is Ready to Crumble

    "Major public works" have always been a strange grey area between politics and business. Massive contracts and a seemingly unlimited budget have persuaded many investors to think that this sector is safe... and stock prices have reflected that. However, if

  • Davos: Where the Rich Enjoy Skis, Fondue, and Pedestals

    16.01.2018 • FranceComments Off on Davos: Where the Rich Enjoy Skis, Fondue, and Pedestals

    It is almost the time when the Parisitocracy's best men stack their cashmere in suitcases, take their private jets and, in a big cloud of carbon emission, land at the Swiss resort of Davos to parade around at the World Economic Forum. Instead of discussing

  • Two Dangerous Trends Threatening Savers

    16.01.2018 • FranceComments Off on Two Dangerous Trends Threatening Savers

    The return of inflation and the rise in bond yields are two trends that have been taking shape since the beginning of the year and have the potential to completely disrupt your savings.

  • Brexit Sends the Parisitocrats Scrambling for Cash

    12.01.2018 • FranceComments Off on Brexit Sends the Parisitocrats Scrambling for Cash

    Brexit Sends the Parisitocrats Scrambling for Cash. Brexit is causing some serious issues with the Brussels-based Parisitocracy. The resulting budget gap looks to be around 13 billion euros... and so what do they do? Cut costs to balance the budget? Never.

  • Central Bankers Are Criminals.

    10.01.2018 • FranceComments Off on Central Bankers Are Criminals.

    Mario Draghi supports deficit governments, banks and zombie companies. He incurs debts on our behalf but without our authorization. He is complicit in an unprecedented form of crime against humanity.

  • The French Are Arm-Wrestling with the Invisible Hand

    10.01.2018 • FranceComments Off on The French Are Arm-Wrestling with the Invisible Hand

    On Monday, GoPro investors were told just how few GoPros made it to the Christmas tree this past holiday season... and the stock dropped over 30%. If GoPro were French, the state would have swooped in to preserve it as an "economic gem".

  • France Openly Declares War on Bitcoin

    15.12.2017 • FranceComments Off on France Openly Declares War on Bitcoin

    Private virtual currencies hinder the authorities, especially since the "financial stability" touted by central bankers is a myth. As a result the French financial crimes unit openly bashed bitcoin.

  • Yellen Admits She Doesn’t Understand Inflation

    14.12.2017 • FranceComments Off on Yellen Admits She Doesn’t Understand Inflation

    "Our understanding of the forces driving inflation is imperfect," admitted Yellen. My eye becomes wet with tenderness. Brave Janet has finally confessed that she knows nothing ... It is time for her to retire and be replaced by another pretentious economist

  • The Bubble That the Mainstream Chooses to Ignore

    13.12.2017 • FranceComments Off on The Bubble That the Mainstream Chooses to Ignore

    "It's official: Bitcoin surpasses the bubble of the tulip, it's now the biggest bubble in history," says the article on Zerohedge this morning. Observers screaming at the bitcoin bubble forget to denounce the most monstrous financial bubble of all time: bonds

  • Coin Miners and Traders Could Cause a Climate Crisis

    12.12.2017 • FranceComments Off on Coin Miners and Traders Could Cause a Climate Crisis

    Crypto mining and trading consumes exactly 30.23 TWh per year. A single transaction uses the same amount of electricity as the daily consumption of more than nine US homes, according to the Bitcoin Energy Consumption Index. The system needs an eco-facelift

  • When to Expect Bitcoin’s Descent into Hell

    11.12.2017 • FranceComments Off on When to Expect Bitcoin’s Descent into Hell

    We are looking for a turnaround in the world's largest official virtual currency - the dollar. If this reversal of the trend is confirmed, the FTS currencies should have a bright future and the official virtual currencies a slow descent into hell.