Puerto Rico Bonds – Is this Only the First Bomb to Drop?

Puerto Rico Bonds – Is this Only the First Bomb to Drop?

Puerto Rico Bonds – Is it the first bomb to drop in the Bond Bubble Collapse Michael Pento predicted in an earlier interview here on >www.preciousmetalsinvesting.com. Michael Predicted this in his book “The Coming Bond Market Collapse: How to Survive the Demise of the U.S. Debt Market.”
In this interview Ted Sudol talks with Paul Mladjenovic, author of Stock Investing for Dummies about the big story in the news – the Puerto Rico Bond Default. We have been hearing rumblings about the possible debt default in Puerto Rico but we have also been hearing about other posible defaults. Atlantic City, New Jersey is almost out of cash and near default. When the casinos first came into Atlantic City and cash was flowing in to government coffers it was spent lavishly. When the economics turned down the government expenditures continued to outstrip the money coming in. The formula for a default is all to common and easily recognized. Spending that outstrips revenue coming in. Since politicians like spending money and telling all of their constituents they can have everything the die is cast. Politicians keep kicking the can down the road for someone else to solve the problem and meanwhile the debt keeps growing.

Puerto Rico Bond Default – Is it the first bomb to drop in the Bond Bubble Collapse Michael Pento predicted in an earlier interview here on https://www.preciousmetalsinvesting.com. Michael Predicted this in his book “The Coming Bond Market Collapse: How to Survive the Demise of the U.S. Debt Market.”
In this interview Ted Sudol talks with Paul Mladjenovic, author of Stock Investing for Dummies about the big story in the news – the Puerto Rico Debt Default. We have been hearing rumblings about the possible debt default in Puerto Rico but we have also been hearing about other posible defaults. Atlantic City, New Jersey is almost out of cash and near default. When the casinos first came into Atlantic City and cash was flowing in to government coffers it was spent lavishly. When the economics turned down the government expenditures continued to outstrip the money coming in. The formula for a default is all to common and easily recognized. Spending that outstrips revenue coming in. Since politicians like spending money and telling all of their constituents they can have everything the die is cast. Politicians keep kicking the can down the road for someone else to solve the problem and meanwhile the debt keeps growing. We learn of lots of other potential defaults in the news. Atlantic City, New Jersey is running out of cash and facing default. What happened here? When tha casinos first came in the money was flowing in to government coffers. Did they save any for a cushion. No like most politicians they spent like drunken sailors and when the bill due they kicked the can down the road for others to clean up their mess. Does this sound like a familiar story? Unfortunately yes! When the debt burden becomes too much to bear the inevitable almost always occurs – default.
We hear that Greece may be facing a default this summer, Detroit may face bankruptcy and the list goes on. I read a story by a noted independent think tank. They did an analysis and came with a list of 20 countries whose debt was unsustainable and they would never be able to pay back.

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