2008 Crisis

2008 Was A Warning

2008 Financial Crisis!  30 Minutes of Vital, Never-Heard-Before Information.     Lynette Zang is the chief market analyst at ITM Trading. For quite some time now she has been producing webinars which convert complex market information into usable information that is easy for everyone to understand. Lynette has a way of taking the complex and presenting it in a simple fashion. In addition to this talent, Lynette has the dogged determination to chase down and present the facts to accompany … Read More »

The New World Reserve Currency

Lynette Zang is the Chief Market Analyst at ITM Trading. She has worked with ITM Trading since 2002. Since 1964 Lynette has been a collector and a banker and a stockbroker; Lynette has studied and worked in the markets. Lynette says she has been “groomed” for this moment in financial evolution. Her information and arguments, which she backs up with facts and data, would tend to support her claim. Recently, Lynette produced a webinar to quickly explain the new SDR … Read More »

If Everything is so Bad Why is the Stock Market so Good

29 Minutes 5 Seconds   Stock Market Manipulation Lynette Zang is the Chief Market Analyst at ITM Trading. Lynette has been with ITM Trading since 2002. Lynette came to ITM Trading with quite a bit of market and life experience, as well as a deep desire to help others. Almost fifteen years later, Lynette now hosts webinars designed to convert financial noise into easily understandable language. This article is a brief recap that describes the market manipulation that Lynette describes … Read More »

Hyperinflation In The US?

World Reserve Currency Status

Sometimes in the news, you hear about hyperinflation happening in another country. Hyperinflation is the rapid loss of the purchasing power of a currency. Sometimes hyperinflation is more recognizable as rapidly rising prices, or even the complete lack of items available for sale. Can we experience hyperinflation in the US? Could shelves in America go bare? Sure, there can be hyperinflation in the US. There has been hyperinflation in the US before, more than once, in fact. There can be … Read More »

Brexit just happened. Now what?

British citizens sent a strong no confidence vote in the European Union in a surprise Brexit (BRitish EXIT from European Union). This is an extremely important technical step in the breakdown occurring in the global financial markets. “This is the worst period, I recall since I’ve been in public service,” Greenspan said on “Squawk on the Street” Friday Morning. He went on to say “There’s nothing like it, including the crisis — remember October 19th, 1987, when the Dow went … Read More »