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Warren Buffett Predicting Upcoming Stock Market collapse

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    When it comes to investing in the stock market, we’re told to follow the smart money. Who might that be? The most influential investors/businessmen in America today are Warren Buffet, John Paul son, and George Soros. Their investing acumen has helped them amass billions of dollars and millions of followers.On the other hand real unemployment rate is also increasing month over month. All these could lead to a stock market collapse.The U.S. stock market has been living on borrowed time. And it’s time for payback. 2016 could very well be the year the U.S. stock market collapses.So, stock market prediction for 2016 is gonna be very much crucial and very much dicey.
  • Strongly Liberal Democrat
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    Portland, OR
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    He didn't predict this would happen in 2016; he predicted that a "financial discontinuity” will happen sometime in the future. That is a bit different than saying it's going to happen sometime in the next seven months.
  • Strongly Liberal Democrat
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    Pensacola, FL
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    Warren is right but the collapse is an axiom. Don't need Warren Buffet to call it. He does add support. Besides going to happen it will have more dire consequences. People have already yard sold their back up money source and the economy has made no expansion in manufacturing to boost income.
  • Independent
    Ft.myers, FL
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    Chet Ruminski Wrote: Warren is right but the collapse is an axiom. Don't need Warren Buffet to call it. He does add support. Besides going to happen it will have more dire consequences. People have already yard sold their back up money source and the economy has made no expansion in manufacturing to boost income.
    He may be right; short selling is the national hobby right now. The rich have nothing to worry about; they've got their asses covered.