Are central bankers about to collapse the United States economy? Jacob Rothschild gave investors some disturbing predictions for the United States economy in a recent letter to investors, saying that as the geopolitical situation continues to deteriorate he will continue to pull out of U.S. markets.
In a report for RIT Capital Partners investors Rothschild stated omninously, “The period of monetary accommodation may well be coming to an end. Geopolitical problems remain widespread and are proving increasingly difficult to resolve. We therefore retain a moderate exposure to equity markets and have diversified our asset allocation towards equity investments where value creation is driven by some identifiable catalyst or which are exposed to longer-term positive structural trends.” This is clearly not a positive sign for the American market, and a ZeroHedge article on the same topic points to Rothschild’s shift away from U.S. capital markets, instead moving his investments into Far Eastern markets.
It is also notable that these statements come at the same time that fellow globalist banker George Soros is betting against U.S. stock markets, investing in options that will only profit him if the market declines. The elites seem to be betting against America. Are these moves a sign that the powers that be are escalating political tensions for an incoming U.S. market crash?