Financial

While the buzz on Wall Street is that the US is on the right track, other indicators point to another direction—another crash in the economy.


The commission-dependent brokers, analysts, and fund managers will all throw reassuring words your way, claiming the US Economy is going great. The truth: They would have hurled the same reassuring words your way back in 2007 and 2008… right before the Great Recession and the stock market crash.


But then the truth was unveiled only a few months later, when the world was teetering on economic collapse. Despite the signs being in front of us, we’re still hearing the same kind of misguided optimistic BS today. The leaders supporting the U.S. economy are more delicate than they were before theGreat Recession.

Despite being in the middle of this proposed recovery, the global economy still looks like it’s in a recession. American workers aren’t benefitting, underemployment is still running rampant, inflation is still on the rise, one third of Americans have no emergency savings tucked away, and most anxieties fall into the category of finances.


This is after trillions of dollars and years of interfering from the Federal Reserve and other central banks around the world. If the cards fall where they may, the U.S. could encounter an economic collapse in 2016.

According to a recent survey, 2018 is the year most economists believe the next fall will hit the U.S.