CIBC Sells Negative Yield Bonds – What’s Next?

Josh Sigurdson talks with author and economic analyst John Sneisen about a recent development in Canada as CIBC becomes the first Canadian bank to sell negative yield bonds in a European style downturn. He lists countless examples of how this will continue to grow in size and scale and why we need to prepare ourselves. He also goes into world wide rates and the growing concerns we face.
Of course negative interest rates were an early concern of ours, going back to 2009 it was obvious that it was on the horizon. Well now that they’re quickly approaching us we either act or face the consequences.

Stay tuned for much more on this subject as it elapses!

Video edited by Josh Sigurdson

Featuring:
Josh Sigurdson
John Thore Stub Sneisen

Graphics by Bryan Foerster and Josh Sigurdson

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7 Comments

  • leftslayer
    Reply

    this is getting serious, have emergency cash, gold & silver , food and
    water ( freeze dried food that last years ) there’re great companies out
    there for selling food. …this is prepping for the worst. …. hope for
    the best prepare for the worst

  • MapleLeaf2020
    Reply

    I feel that 99% people around me are not aware of this crisis. Friends and
    family don’t want to listen to me anymore. Are you guys on the same boat?

  • Kel Ell
    Reply

    tic……tock……tic……tock
    lol even when this junk had a yield after you adjusted for inflation it was
    negative already…….insanity

    !!the calm before the storm!!!

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