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I can't wait for the sequel in a couple of years.

I can't wait for the sequel in a couple of years.

  1. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    Remember newfags, you really make your money when there’s blood in the streets.

  2. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    you really think its gonna get worse

    • 1 week ago
      Anonymous

      >2008: Stock bubble + housing bubble
      >2022: Stock bubble + housing bubble + commodity bubble + debt bubble + inflation

      • 7 days ago
        Anonymous

        QRD for a retard?

        • 7 days ago
          Anonymous

          economy is in the shitter. Normally you lower intestest rates to encourage more loans to be given out to generate more business devolpment and such. But interest rates are already near zero so now what can you do? Print money. Literally money printer go brrrrr. That leads to runaway inflation and the economy is still in the shitter. That leads to a mythical situation that shouldnt technically exist according to most economic theories. "stagflation" where the economy doesnt grow but inflation runs rampant. Just for fun, lets throw in a stock and housing market collapse. If you thought 08 was bad, you aint seen shit kiddo.

          • 7 days ago
            Anonymous

            This post convinced me to buy

            • 7 days ago
              Anonymous

              doomers are pathetic

              memeber the pandemic? It was like 2 weeks ago. End of the world, omg. In reality it was mostly TP shortage and npcs getting the death shot

          • 7 days ago
            Anonymous

            How come people aren't taking out loans while interest rates are low? And how exactly will printing money help stimulate the economy in the eyes of the federal reserve?

            • 7 days ago
              Anonymous

              people are taking out loans are low rates. Its why the housing market is out of control. and printing money is used cause near zero interest rates arent enough to keep the economy from crashing. So you literally print money and hand it out like candy so the music dont stop. Its why we are in for the shitstorm of a lifetime.

          • 7 days ago
            Anonymous

            >What the fuck happened?

            >it's all just the FEDs fault

        • 7 days ago
          Anonymous

          Alright, I'm gonna try and TL;DR this shit as well as I can.
          >banks take your mortgage, package it together with a fuckton of other mortgages, and sell that debt to investors who then earn the interest
          >these are called bonds
          >banks take a premium for this and make bank
          >mortages are rated according to the credit of the person who's taken it
          >banks start running out of mortgages by people who have good credit
          >they begin packaging shit loans together with good loans and sell it as all good loans
          >they do this more and more until there's nothing but shit loans in the packages that they're selling as good loans
          >no one realizes this because they don't look/don't care
          >eventually people start defaulting on those shit loans
          >this begins a domino effect that makes the entire housing bond market to fucking collapse
          >the entire world economy was mixed into this through what's called leveraging (betting 2x, 3x, 10x, 100x etc against an asset) so when something for $100,000 collapsed people lost millions
          >now imagine that on a multi-billion dollar level

          Best part is that not only was the crash never allowed to fully complete, since the Fed stepped in to mitigate and bail out the banks, but the banks went back to doing the exact same thing again. And here we are now.

          The next shitstorm will be biblical. Short copper, then long silver after the crash.

          • 7 days ago
            Anonymous

            I'm familiar with how the housing market crashed, but why are stocks and commodities fucked? Also, does anyone actually care about America's debt? I mean, nobody has the balls to ask America to pay their loans and potentially cause a global economic meltdown, right?

        • 7 days ago
          Anonymous

          the virus is not scary in the summer and ukraine is old news and was never living up to the hype

          just wait until fall/winter, the npc boom boost cycle

          • 7 days ago
            Anonymous

            >winter
            July, anon.

            • 7 days ago
              Anonymous

              >just two more weeks

      • 7 days ago
        Anonymous

        don't forget the crypto bubble

      • 7 days ago
        Anonymous

        how do I profit from this

        • 7 days ago
          Anonymous

          stockpile coffee, salt, spices, tinned foods and candles.

      • 7 days ago
        Anonymous

        economy is in the shitter. Normally you lower intestest rates to encourage more loans to be given out to generate more business devolpment and such. But interest rates are already near zero so now what can you do? Print money. Literally money printer go brrrrr. That leads to runaway inflation and the economy is still in the shitter. That leads to a mythical situation that shouldnt technically exist according to most economic theories. "stagflation" where the economy doesnt grow but inflation runs rampant. Just for fun, lets throw in a stock and housing market collapse. If you thought 08 was bad, you aint seen shit kiddo.

        Alright, I'm gonna try and TL;DR this shit as well as I can.
        >banks take your mortgage, package it together with a fuckton of other mortgages, and sell that debt to investors who then earn the interest
        >these are called bonds
        >banks take a premium for this and make bank
        >mortages are rated according to the credit of the person who's taken it
        >banks start running out of mortgages by people who have good credit
        >they begin packaging shit loans together with good loans and sell it as all good loans
        >they do this more and more until there's nothing but shit loans in the packages that they're selling as good loans
        >no one realizes this because they don't look/don't care
        >eventually people start defaulting on those shit loans
        >this begins a domino effect that makes the entire housing bond market to fucking collapse
        >the entire world economy was mixed into this through what's called leveraging (betting 2x, 3x, 10x, 100x etc against an asset) so when something for $100,000 collapsed people lost millions
        >now imagine that on a multi-billion dollar level

        Best part is that not only was the crash never allowed to fully complete, since the Fed stepped in to mitigate and bail out the banks, but the banks went back to doing the exact same thing again. And here we are now.

        The next shitstorm will be biblical. Short copper, then long silver after the crash.

        Of course it is. The market's been going beyond the oversaturation point for well over a decade to the point where it's spilling out into the housing market for speculative purposes which was driving the outrageous housing price boom for the past couple of years. The fed's had the interest rate completely bottomed out for years trying to chase the tail out, but something's got to give. The interest rate can't sit at zero forever, and as soon as it rises substantially you're going to see a huge divestment in the stock market which is going to cause a chain reaction of selloffs. Pensions will well and truly be dead and millions of people's retirements will be in shambles. As I'm sure you've all started to notice, the speculative market of house flipping has ground to a halt and prices aren't climbing anymore, in fact you've probably noticed houses around you which originally listed at ridiculous prices, pulling their ask back by increments of hundreds of thousands. Now combine that with the mountains of new money being printed off nonstop since covid hit and there's only one way this all ends.
        The music's about to stop. I hope you're mentally prepared.

        ok, so what'll happen now and how soon? An economic collapse bigger than ever before? How much will it impact society as a whole? How will the common man be affected, in americas, europe, asia?
        You guys are making it seem like the current civilization is about to collapse.
        I'm a college dropout in western europe, living with my parents who are making low wage, what the fuck can I do lol

    • 1 week ago
      Anonymous

      You are not prepared for how bad it's gonna get.

      • 7 days ago
        Anonymous

        08 and 22 arent even 20 years apart. What the fuck happened?

        • 7 days ago
          Anonymous

          >What the fuck happened?

        • 7 days ago
          Anonymous

          08 was the real end of the current economic system. The fed kept the ship afloat a bit longer by printing money but that stopped working in 2019, so we had a global event to crush supply and demand so things could fail without people panicking

          Unfortunately even that wasn't enough so buckle up buckaroos

    • 7 days ago
      Anonymous

      Strap in lad, it's going to get pretty bad. I'd be lying if I were telling you how bad exactly but there are a lot of dominos that are about to fall.

    • 7 days ago
      Anonymous

      Of course it is. The market's been going beyond the oversaturation point for well over a decade to the point where it's spilling out into the housing market for speculative purposes which was driving the outrageous housing price boom for the past couple of years. The fed's had the interest rate completely bottomed out for years trying to chase the tail out, but something's got to give. The interest rate can't sit at zero forever, and as soon as it rises substantially you're going to see a huge divestment in the stock market which is going to cause a chain reaction of selloffs. Pensions will well and truly be dead and millions of people's retirements will be in shambles. As I'm sure you've all started to notice, the speculative market of house flipping has ground to a halt and prices aren't climbing anymore, in fact you've probably noticed houses around you which originally listed at ridiculous prices, pulling their ask back by increments of hundreds of thousands. Now combine that with the mountains of new money being printed off nonstop since covid hit and there's only one way this all ends.
      The music's about to stop. I hope you're mentally prepared.

      • 7 days ago
        Anonymous

        When do you shit will hit the fan and how do you think the fallout will course? Should I buy guns and ammo or will things not get *that* bad?

        • 7 days ago
          Anonymous

          It's impossible to know exactly what direction it's going to go and how bad it'll get but the more prepared you can be the better. Guns and ammo are baseline unless you live somewhere remote and unknown enough that you're confident you'll never be seen by another person unless you seek them out. This isn't a realistic scenario for almost anyone so you're going to need a way to deter getting messed with but if things are that bad, the gun isn't a warding charm. It won't keep you safe on its own and it won't even be doing a majority of the labor. If you want a good look into a realistic collapse scenario and how you might position yourself to make it through, look up the economic collapse of Argentina in the late 90s. There are numerous writeups from people who lived through it what kind of things they had no idea would be so valuable and what kind of things they were sure would save them and just didn't.

          • 7 days ago
            Anonymous

            >look up the economic collapse of Argentina in the late 90s
            Argie here. The reasons for our collapse were very different than what's going on right now. And I think we'll be fucked way before this hits 1st world countries. Shit' we're looking at 80% inflation this year already

            • 7 days ago
              Anonymous

              Sorry I could have been more specific. I meant to look into your guys's collapse for examples of how people survived a close to worst case scenario. Obviously the circumstances at the top were different, but for the common man it's likely going to look very similar on the ground day to day.

              • 7 days ago
                Anonymous

                I think we're just more resilient and used to it, there's an economic crisis here every 10/15 years. Just stock up on food, if shit really hits the fan then it's usually a couple of days at most before police breaks it up, at least here. Stores will be looted, supermarkets will be raided. But rarely are houses broken in and all that shit

  3. 7 days ago
    Anonymous

    I watched this film 4 times before I finally understood what was happening. A testament to it's kino status

  4. 7 days ago
    Anonymous

    >inb4 margin call is better

    fuck off

  5. 7 days ago
    Anonymous

    You are helpless to save yourself and family from the oncoming tragedies orchestrated by the wealthy and elite.

    These events will come to pass even as all of america can see them coming miles away. Nothing you do will change the outcome. Others may even help these tragedies unfold in the name of ideology.

    After the dust settles and the tears dry, the very system the wrought the pain will churn out films about the same events told from kitschy perspectives. These films will make the villains morally grey perhaps, they'll use well known actors to portray the faceless monsters. You'll see these pieces of propaganda and then discuss them with other victims. After all its all you really have now. Pieces of fiction. Nothing truly tangible. No land. No house. No peace. Only war. Wars made later into films.

  6. 7 days ago
    Anonymous

    The Big Short II: The Small Long

    • 7 days ago
      Anonymous

      The Big Short 3: The Average Average

      • 7 days ago
        Anonymous

        The Big Short 4: The Derivative

  7. 7 days ago
    Anonymous

    >sequel

    *sigh*
    the CDO's have returned.....

  8. 7 days ago
    Anonymous

    Michael Burry kino is back on the menu boys

  9. 7 days ago
    Anonymous

    Finally I'll be able to buy a house

    • 7 days ago
      Anonymous

      Not with fiat money.
      House will cost coffee, spices, furs, precious metal, diesel, generators, etc.

  10. 7 days ago
    Anonymous

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    dilate + ywnbaw

  11. 7 days ago
    Anonymous

    gimme gimme more films like big short pls anons

  12. 7 days ago
    Anonymous

    It is happening in china right now. It is “the yellow short” in the chinese property and american property market.

  13. 7 days ago
    Anonymous

    Central banking shouldn't exist

  14. 7 days ago
    Anonymous

    Why don't we just print more money and give it to the poor people?

    • 7 days ago
      Anonymous

      garden gnomes

  15. 7 days ago
    Anonymous

    Love coming to these threads and watching the poors make their economic predictions. Hilarious.

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