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35 comments

  1. In your opinion, do you think that negative rates will create a future problem?

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  2. WOW!! Ok that’s scary 😳

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  3. 🤣😂🤣😂🤣😂🤣🤣🤣😂

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  4. It's a trap.

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  5. The point is that the hole "story" about "negative interest" and "insane speculative sky scraper projects" here in little Denmark – is really NOT a usefull case-example here on Money GPS. I guess Money GPS was trying to illustrate the monetary madness of the Centralbankers – focusing on negative interests as a phenomena. Good idea – wrong case.

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  6. I want to refinance to a negative mortgage

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  7. I wonder how much of this has to do with the Baltic index. Denmark of course the owner of Maersk the purchaser of the last only major American shipping line Sealand. The ass George Bush Junior would not give it a break so his buddy John Snow CSX CEO at one time this whole thing really stunk and America lost its Shipping Company. One of the greatest in the world.

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  8. Hey David this is a crazy world some of this stuff is absolutely nuts. I like the one on the road. Thanks for your video and your books. Everybody should get your books

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  9. Well I guess there’s no way out. You might as well make it negative and just play it might last another year

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  10. I mean it's a bit weird you didn't mention why the interest rates are this low. It's because the fees have skyrocketed. They can afford to take a loss on the actual interest.

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  11. That is sick! Sooner our later this craziness has to come to an end!

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  12. I have a Danish 1 year adjustible mortgage rate loan, adjusted 1/2 year ago. In addition to the rate (around zero I think it stands at) I pay a comission of about 1 percent and yearly refinance fee of 0.3 percent – in total net around 1.3 percent. Good product, as long as you pay of the loan and the size is not to large, so you can take the risk.

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  13. I asked my mom why people don't have more "imagination". She said it is because they have

    never had to deal with "negative rates". I asked her why somebody would lend money to another person and expect to receive LESS money in return when the debt matures. She said that the money returned would be worth more because of DEFLATION. I asked her EXACTLY what that meant. She said that if I was the lender, I could buy more Pop Tarts when the debt was paid off than when the loan was initiated. Ah yes, let there be peas on Earth, and let it begin with meat.

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  14. the government will just blame poor and immigrants for what is coming

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  15. Can you do a video in regards to the housing market in Ireland?????

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  16. 1. Low or negative interest rates does not mean you borrow more money and take out more loans, the opposite you take advantage of this and pay off your existing loans and become debt free and then you can gain wealth and not have to worry about interest rates.
    2. That tall apartment building, they better succeed in renting out every apartment in it to make it worth the price, but that city population will rise significantly.

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  17. Flip those tables before it's too late, usury dealings..the consequences have yet to come for western nation.

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  18. You know things are bad when banks are giving YOU money and not the other way around 😂

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  19. Lower rates means existing mortgages will be more affordable. It's a persons decision to get into debt but lower rates is a good thing.

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  20. I’d get a 999 year mortgage, at negative interest, which self-amortises, without any principal repayments.

    Money for nothing and your house for free !

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  21. They have no choice they are not doing it out of their good hear. they have no choice. This should happen to all other nations because all debts are a fraud and this is a way to repudiate debts which have never existed, this is their way out without awakening suspicious that their debts are fake. If all bankers don't repudiate debts they will face total financial breakdown world wide.

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  22. Now if you believe this bullshit I have a bridge I want to sell you. The article is misleading. What happened was in the last auction of mortgages investors bid up prices where yields went into negative territory. The yields on the bonds themselves were slightly positive but the purchases were not. This shows how investors are seeking a safe haven as with mortgages even if banks go under they still have the collateral with the mortgage unlike sovereign debt and other public debt when these go in 2020 you get nothing. They are doing the same recently here with treasuries bidding up prices and collapsing yields as these are considered a safe haven while Europe is not. No one is going to get a mortgage in Denmark and have the bank pay you. I can't believe how many people do not understand what is happening. The average 30 year rate in Denmark is still around 1% but again when these are sold to investors they end up with a negative yield because they bid up prices. Consumers still pay the same.
    Armstrong Economics computer models that track worldwide domestic and international capital flows has recently been tracking huge capital flows moving out of public assets to private and this is a case in point. They also have been tracking huge capital flows again out of Europe moving to dollars and recently treasuries collapsing yields by bidding up prices as seeks it safe haven or in other wards capital is getting the hell out of the EU. Investors are also buying mortgages bonds in Denmark. Capital has been fleeing Europe, or should I say the EU since 2009 when the models forecasts that Europe was beginning to collapse and this has caused dollar strength and US equities especially the Dow to break record after record. This is continuing today as capital is buying the Dow on the dips along with treasuries. The models previously forecast that the EU, many banks, the euro, and many countries collapse in 2020. The firm just finished about two to three weeks ago their worldwide conference in Rome with Nigel Farage as their guest speaker. The place was filled with investors all over the planet especially Europe and also central bankers as many have realized they screwed the pooch with low rates. It is no accident that capital pushed yields in these bonds to negative as the firm had a segment of moving capital into private assets that has collateral attached. When the public debt goes in Europe you get nothing but with private assets you will at least receive something.
    Draghi has destroyed the bond markets, (sovereign and corporate) in Europe by forcing rates too low and there are no bids for the debt that countries need to issue to stay afloat. The ECB along with each central bank in the EU country created billions in euros every month and buys the crap. They have no choice and these cannot be sold nor can the ECB raise rates as the FED still can. This is collapsing the euro and if they stop defaults start and rates skyrocket and the whole house of cards collapses faster. To make matters worse banks there must hold this worthless crap as part of their reserves and they cannot sell and if the ECB stops buying from countries they cannot pay interest and the banks fold faster than they already are. If that is not bad enough when Draghi went to negative rates charging banks to park capital many invested in emerging market debt especially Turkey where yields were higher as again there is no yield there and these are collapsing. Investors who are not the firms clients have finally realized that Europe is indeed collapsing along with its banks whose clients, the so called "smart money" have been making a fortune since 2011 by going long on the dollar, long on US equity indexes and short on gold, silver and crude. Most of these bought the Dow around the 7000 range shorted gold at at above $1900, silver at close to $50 and crude at around $150. Folks due the math.
    The next forecasts of five is 30,000 for the Dow with the lat at 40,000. The first three have been hit at 21,000, 23,000 and 26,000. The bottom in the Dow was called on 12/26/20018 but warned of extreme volatility with trade frictions with China and Europe, Iran and Russia issues, wars, etc. This is exactly what we have been seeing as the Dow moves down and back up. Currently we are in a consolidation phase per the models and the next breakout will occur when the collapse gets under way and even more capital again flees to the US.
    Folks there are few places left on the planet where you can park large amounts of capital and that is the US!

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  23. You as a private person cant get negativ interest rate loan. Because while yes u get negative interest rates but the bidrags satser a sort of tax get imcreased so basicly the banks still get your blood. But institutions are buying for negative interest rates. Its like buying cheap assets like in a crash.

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  24. Yes I'd like to take a loan of 400 billion dollars please!

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  25. The monetary system has to die at some point to be able to create global welfare. The beginning of something good the end of the greedy.

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  26. Time to buy a summer home in Denmark 🇩🇰!

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  27. They should give me two houses for the price of a negative one house mortgage.
    This must come to pass.

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  28. Soon the first world will do like Japan, where houses have an expire date and you need to demolish it and build again just to keep the building sector building. I am not sure but I think it is 50 years the expire date of houses there.

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  29. When printing money is more important than getting something in return of your investment..

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  30. Thank you for casting a spotlight on Scandinavia! 🙂

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  31. This is deflation screaming at you. The reason banks by negative rate bonds is simple. If they go more negative the capital gains are unbelievable. This is not understood by the numerically illiterate. Not saying i would buy them.

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  32. Been listening to the 'fall of civilization podcast'. Just before the ancient Maya societies collapsed they built all their tallest and most magnificent buildings.

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  33. negative interest rate means that share price will rise, property price will rise. all asset price will rise. inflation will rise. Nobody will save money in the bank.

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  34. Omg I want in on that free money paid to own a house. I'd rent that out for super cheap or live in it if property taxes dont kill us.

    Probably a trap cause property taxes are high.

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  35. if you cant pull your money from the bank is it really yours?

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