By Lisa Haven  

A U.S. economic crisis is a severe and sudden upset in any part of the economy. It could be a stock market crash, a spike in inflation, unemployment, or a series of bank failures. They all have severe effects on the economy. Some lead to recessions, others lead to a great depression, and some have minor implications, however, I do believe we could be heading into some sort of recession or depression in the very near future.

The truth is the United States on average has an economic crisis every 10 years or so. Considering the last one hit in 2008, we are already overdue and are already experiencing some of the symptoms of a recession including high unemployment, near-bank collapse, and an economic contraction. 

In the video below I interview economic insider Bob Kudla with in it, he reveals the current state of the country including the fact that we are repeating patterns from 2008 and that the central bankers are in a state of panic! Absolute must watch and please share…




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