The 2020 Recession: How To Prepare For The Next Economic Crash

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The 2020 Recession: How To Prepare For The Next Economic Crash 5
The U.S. economy has officially entered the longest expansion in its history. United States GDP has been growing for the last 121 consecutive months. When will we experience the next recession? What measures can you take to protect your investments from the negative effects of an economic crash?
In this video, we will discuss some potential causes and indicators of future recessions. We will take a look at the odds and predictions of a recession in 2019-2020.

Most importantly, this video will provide you with some insight as to how you can prepare for upcoming recessions. I make very little attempt to time the market. Dollar-cost averaging can have many benefits.




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To believe he giving all this info for free...cmon least you can do is Like homie's videos.

Author — Wani Geremiah

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I don't have a luxurious or phenomenal life, but the best part is.... I don't owe anyone anything.

Author — Nugsy Malone

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I have a PhD in Finance and still stayed till the end - very nice recap and pieces of advice, young Sir!

Author — dvrify1

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Best thing you can do is be debt free first, and then worry about this stuff!

Author — Gerald Brown

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Lol listen, even if Quantitative Easing only gets 30 views, that’s still a classroom full of people! :)

Author — Arvabelle

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I dont have much, but I'm free in debt.

Author — Nacho Miranda

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Quantitative easing video coming soon. Make sure that you are subscribed to the channel so that you don't miss any videos!

Author — Nate O'Brien

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Recession is here already people don’t have 400 dollars to use if there’s is an emergency

Author — Joe Tran

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His hair received an economic stimulus...Trump is jealous.

Author — Wayne The Wolf

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You are a very impressive and knowledgeable young man. Your parents must be really proud of you.

Author — CHUCK

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The stock market is manipulated. They own everything, they can crash the system whenever they want. Investing in the stock market is gambling at its best.

Author — Samantha Williams

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I want to add onto his explanation of what a recession is. A recession is a product of government and fiat currency. The proper definition of money is “a store of value and a medium of exchange”. In other words money is nothing more than a measurement of value, not unlike how a ruler measures length or hours on a clock measure time. Previous to government intervention and the formation of the fed, gold (and silver) was the globally agreed upon form of money. This was the consensus the free market reached not governments. Since golds supply is limited it’s value remained stable long term, therefore prices remained stable. Interest rates were also stable and in line with the markets activity. Under this system recessions aren't actually possible at all. It all changed when govt intervened. Today we use paper and call it money. The government through the fed creates “new” money at a constant rate. If money is a measurement of value but the fed keeps creating new money it makes it extremely difficult to judge value through prices. Imagine if the hrs on a clock kept growing, think about how much that would throw your perception of time off. Due to the laws of supply and demand, if the supply of money grows the demand for it will fall. In other words, the more money that is available, the higher prices will be, aka inflation. Because the feds interest rate is a product of “policy” and not the result of market activity, will signal people to take on investments that aren’t truly productive. In the long term this leads to great mal investment. The mal investment leads to a giant house of cards waiting to topple. We’ve had 10 years of near zero interest rates. Banks are literally giving money away. Inflation in areas like housing, college tuition, and healthcare has been through the roof. There are corporations with billion dollar values that have never and will never turn a profit because they’re not truly viable but instead living off the life support that is cheap money (looking at you Tesla, Uber, Amazon). There is more debt today than has ever existed in this country’s history. The next recession will be massive. And hurt a lot of people. The best action to take is to pay off high interest debt as quickly as possible, get out of the stock market completely, build an emergency savings, and try to diversify out of the dollar or paper assets in general.

Author — Justin Dean

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I like to keep about 40% of my assets in cash, on hand, so that's about 23 dollars. Just in case dominoes has a pizza deal. I also invest in chocolate cake. I've got three in the fridge. I hold some gold plated tea spoons for my grandmother total value 20 dollars. Should I invest in property?

Author — G Foster

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Reminds me of the Warren Buffet quote: “When you combine ignorance and leverage, you get some pretty interesting results.”  It's always best to keep your debts in check for when the inevitable downturn. Great video!

Author — Kevin Conway

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The recession is also opportunity for some people. Not a total bad sign...

Author — JA family killed Children

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Gold is up right now, however silver is just creeping behind. you all better stack PHYSICAL SILVER while it’s still down, these few days it’s been bullyish. Keep your eyes open

Author — Caine Arriaga

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I earned my Finance Degree in the early 1960s and was still able to comprehend what you were discussing. Well done

Author — Ken Lynch

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Are we out of the recession from 11 years ago? I was never notified the last one was over.

Author — david lopez

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The longer the next recession takes to arrive the bigger and nastier it will be.Anyone who thinks(and it seems there are a lot) that there will never be another recession let alone a full blown depression in the foreseeable future are living in lala land.
Given well over half the population have virtually no savings/live payday to payday and collectively own less than the three richest folk one could agree they are living in a permanent recession.
I think manipulated figures ( eg unemployment rates are calculated differently to 30 years ago) and share markets on fire due to QE (plus tax cuts of late =baybacks etc) are giving a false picture but as always in life time will tell.
Personally I am preparing/consolidating as I believe a far more harsh recession than the 2008 GFC is on the horizon.If I am wrong no worries life will be great but if not at least I am prepared as best I can be.

Author — Jacko Here

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Be nice if we could have a nice housing market crash. Home prices in Denver outrageous.

Author — DJR5280