Banks Are Merging As MASSIVE CRASH Is Imminent! – What You Need To Know

Josh Sigurdson talks with author and economic analyst John Sneisen about the most recent example of the completely devastated banking system.
As we recently reported on, all major banks’ share values are currently in the red year to date following JP Morgan’s drop.
All banks are insolvent. None have recovered since 2008. The cash to deposit ratios at the big banks is shocking to say the least. Many of them can’t cover 10% of deposits with cash not to mention many can’t cover 0.15% of deposits with cash. Talk about dire!
All the while, Deutsche Bank’s shares have been steadily falling for 10 years and they recently announced they will be laying off 10,000 employees, approximately 1 in 10 employees. The bank was also downgraded by the S&P from A- credit score to BBB+.
Well now, Deutsche Bank is hoping to merge with Commerzbank AG. Chairman Paul Achleitner has announced the talks are in progress, though no decisions have been made.

At the same time as this potential merger, we are seeing countless problems arise out of Italy with banks such as Monte Dei Paschi and Unicredit. Well, Unicredit is now pushing for a merger with Societe Generale SA, a French bank with many of its own problems.

We saw mergers of many retail giants in the past few years as they prepared to go under. Well, we are seeing something eerily similar with the big banks.

John breaks down how central banks are causing these problems, what caused the Lehman Brothers collapse and how what we’re seeing now is far more destructive and problematic.

The fundamentals are off the table due to the level of manipulation in the markets as well as the monetary system, so we cannot put a date on the crash, but we know it has to inevitably happen, so for that reason we must be aware of the many problems and understand money for the sake of being ahead of the game and being able to protect ourselves.
Self sustainability is crucial.

Stay tuned as we continue to cover this incredibly important issue!

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29 Comments

  • Roto Rooter
    Reply

    The poor people who gave you a thumbs down are going to lose their minds when things fall apart. They are taxing people out of their homes in Atlanta and those people are really freaking out.

  • H Zilla
    Reply

    Thanks John for wearing your cap the right way. I guess I am just old fashioned or overly judgmental, but IMO, anyone who wears his cap backwards, except maybe shooting a scoped gun, is an idiot!

  • Emery Mako
    Reply

    Looks like the banks are going to have a Bernie Madoff moment soon. We need debt to pay the debt. We trust them right?

  • bev lower
    Reply

    i’m sorry…you’re talking about bank mergers & all i can think about is chemical companies merger…specifically, Monsanto with Bayer. The company that brings you cancer causing pesticides will now make the cancer “curing” drugs. talk about monopolies! problem/solution controlled by the same conglomerate..oh wait, maybe i am still thinking about banking! aren’t you anxious to see how they’re going to “solve” the problem they created?

  • P Bowry
    Reply

    The smaller banks don’t have money because the bigger banks are not lending it all…..well, not until the time is right – bingo – we now have hyper inflation ! Remember guys with all this money creations going on the money is being stored somewhere and that is in the central banks !!

  • Paul h
    Reply

    Things are NOT getting better but I agree imminent IS over used guys ….use as PRES TRUMP (note not Hillary) says we will see , MORE debt in not good we all can agree “IF” you cant you must be the ones who profit from debt ??

  • Paul h
    Reply

    IF you don’t like Imminent??*(close, near , at hand) Check out Ponzi scheme right on the MONEY or none money ????

  • Scott and Sherryn Silverthorne
    Reply

    If they can merge all of the big banks together, eventually having one big bank perhaps, then the “too big to fail” argument supports massive bailouts for “even bigger” banks. It will either be direct “bail in” theft of peoples money or in-direct “bail out” theft of tax payers money.

    Let the big banks fail, then introduce legislation to keep them small and prevent the fraudulent derivatives practices.

  • Scott and Sherryn Silverthorne
    Reply

    LET THEM FAIL!…..LET THEM FAIL!…..LET THEM FAIL!……………….Everyone together, LET THEM FAIL!

  • Scott and Sherryn Silverthorne
    Reply

    IT’S NOT A Ponzi Scheme, IT’S COUNTERFEITING! You and I would go to jail if we did this.

  • TektoniK Playtez
    Reply

    Don’t forget that in the end what we want is our money and our money is Coin. U.S Coin can be demanded using 12 U.S.C 411 and is valid up to the U.S Treasury. Redeem, it votes nay to Big Banks and removes National Debt.

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