Saturday, 22 October 2011

Nate Hagens on Oil, Bond Market, Stocks and Economy on going forward

Conventional oil peaked in 2005. All liquids from ground are on a +/-5% plateau. Each extra barrel required for economic real growth costs more. This squeezes the real world economy. This is the lesson of net energy return falling.


Globally -- long and slow crash, via economic turmoil.

Communally : know your family, your neighbours and the locals. Pull together.

Personally: scale down, get better psychologically, physically, financially and spiritually.

Increase your resilience to shocks and outages.

Stay safe.