My name is Jesse Colombo and I am an anti-economic bubble activist and analyst and I built this website (called Stock Market Crash!) in early 2004 to warn of the U.S. banking and housing bubble and how it would cause a devastating financial crisis, including a stock market crash. In 2005, this website was mentioned in an LA Times article because it became one of the web’s most highly-trafficked housing bubble-related websites. Several million people visited this website and read my predictions many years before they came true.
In 2008, my financial crisis predictions played out with frightening accuracy, so The Times of London called me one of the “Ten People Who Predicted the Financial Meltdown” along with economists Nouriel Roubini, Steven Roach and U.S. Congressman Ron Paul.
Though this site has been inactive for some time, I have recently relaunched it and I intend to build this website into the web’s most comprehensive resource about stock market crashes, economic bubbles and other economic crises.
I am now warning about new, post-2009 economic bubbles, including another massive housing bubble that I’ve named “The Post-2009 Global Housing Bubble” or “Housing Bubble 2.0.” You can read about these new bubbles on my other website, TheBubbleBubble.com.
I highly recommend that you read about these bubbles – very few people are aware of them yet, but you will be hearing much more about them in the days to come.
I believe that these bubbles will cause another major economic crisis, including another stock market crash.
I’d Like to Interact With You
Would you like to learn more about these economic bubbles and how to prepare for their popping? If so, I’d like to invite you to join a thriving economic crisis discussion community that I’ve built that has over 23,000 knowledgeable and influential members on both Twitter and Facebook. This community includes journalists from The Wall Street Journal, the Financial Times, Reuters and the BBC, TV news anchors, economists, hedge fund managers and other financial professionals, well-known authors and bloggers, university professors and political activists. There are even a couple of U.S. State Senators in the community.
I post the latest, cutting-edge news related to these bubbles and follow up with my own commentary and discussion with other members of the community, from novices to experts. I encourage everyone to get involved in the discussion – the whole world needs to learn about these little-known, but extremely dangerous economic bubbles.
Click both buttons below to join the discussion community on Twitter (I will follow you back) and on Facebook and I strongly encourage you to ask me any questions that you may have and I will personally answer them to the best of my abilities:
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