Published On: Wed, May 25th, 2016

First Soros… Now Jim Rogers Predicts Trillion-Dollar ‘Biblical’ Market Crash

The Shemitah ended in the third quarter of last year and just as we predicted, it was the worst quarter in worldwide stock markets since the last Shemitah in 2008.

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Last year, we were the first financial site to explain how the Shemitah seven-year cycle would have an important and disastrous effect on the markets. The Shemitah ended in the third quarter of last year and just as we predicted, it was the worst quarter in worldwide stock markets since the last Shemitah in 2008.

Since then we have been the leader in explaining further Shemitah trends embedded in the once-every-49-year, Jubilee Year.  The Jubilee Year ends on October 2nd of this year, and we expect even worse events to occur as October approaches.

Now, famous investor, Jim Rogers, has just released a new warning saying the same. He is even using biblical references to warn of a financial tsunami that could take place either this year or next.  He has just said, “A $68 trillion ‘Biblical’ collapse is poised to wipe out millions of Americans.”

Rogers co-founded the Quantum Fund with George Soros in the early 1970s. The fund generated returns of 4, 200 percent over 10 years and made fortunes for both men.  Soros and Rogers, having worked together for so long, probably both have access to information the regular person doesn’t. Soros recently was in the news for shorting the stock market and making gold his largest held asset and predicting an impending crisis.

Now, just this week, Jim Rogers has said the same and was quite outspoken about how it was written in the Bible.  He referred to a biblical quote from the Book of Joshua: “You are under a curse now. You will always be servants. You will be woodcutters and water carriers for the house of my God.”

Read the fuull story at Market Oracle, by Jeff Berwick

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