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2008-Style financial meltdown ahead?

Dear ,

Dr. Martin Weiss
Moves this week in an obscure corner of the credit market are giving me a cold sweat.

They show liquidity problems in the bond and derivatives markets similar to what happened in 2007 and 2008 as the credit market began to implode.

Most alarming: Interest rate swap spreads — the difference between the fixed rate of an interest rate swap and the yield on U.S. Treasury debt — are absolutely collapsing. 2-years. 10-years.
Doesn't matter.

They're in free fall with the 10-year swap spread going the most negative in history yesterday — and the speed of the decline is ramping up.

I’ve been following the interest rate markets for a LONG time. I’ve seen a lot of crazy moves over the years. But the period right before the 2008 collapse was most interesting. Obscure corners of the credit market began to go haywire and stocks followed suit.

Now we’re seeing some eerie parallels.

Is this indicative of banks or hedge funds hitting position limits and being forced to liquidate?

Is this a sign that tight regulatory pressure is causing financial liquidity to dry up?

The only people who really know who is blowing up — or what the financial results will be — are the parties involved.

BUT their moves leave fingerprints that you can see in various corners of the market — in this case swaps and short-term rates.

When you see those fingerprints it's time to batten down the hatches ... because serious trouble for the broader markets could lie directly ahead.

The Fed has very recently been pushing hard for big banks like JPMorgan Chase and Wells Fargo to build a $120 billion cash cushion against future financial shocks. Maybe it’s coincidence. Maybe not. But the timing is curious given the financial pressures building throughout the markets.

Bottom line: The Fed doesn’t want to have a repeat of 2008. It doesn’t want taxpayers to have to bail out “too big to fail” banks due to their reckless risk taking. And if the Fed is trying to prepare for a potential oncoming crisis I urge you to do the same.

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