All Of The World’s Money And Markets In One Infographic

From the Sinclair shop.

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20 responses to “All Of The World’s Money And Markets In One Infographic

  1. Derrel Carter

    I don’t see the Rothschild, Rockefeller or their ilk’s money listed?

  2. Make DEBT (serfdom) Great Again!



  3. Not that it changes anything but btc is worth 20B today….

  4. TheyCallMeRockStar22

    This is depressing.
    How did we let this happen.
    As a millennial, I blame everyone, in true Millennial Fashion.

    • If other people’s financial issues are a problem for you I suggest you examine your premise.

      Frankly, it’s none of your business, just as your’s is nobody else’s business.

      Way too many people involving themselves in things that they shouldn’t.

      Srsy, don’t you people have lives?

  5. when the global debts and derivatives come crashing down, and they will probably within the next 20 years and maybe within 5 or 10; it’s going to be something no one will escape, even bill gates(although he may be fine if he has one of those billionaire bunkers)
    we’re just playing on the beach with a cat 5 hurricane coming and only the ignorant don’t know it.

  6. I have no monthly payments nor do I have any debt and I’m not in the habit of taking on debt incurred by others. That graphic is meaningless to me other than one more criminal activity to yawn at.

    • TheAlaskan

      Same here…no debt, no problem. All wealth comes from the earth…anything else is value-added deception.

      • Randall Flagg

        ghostsniper and TheAlaskan… unless you stole everything you have, or skirted the system entirely to the point where you committed income tax evasion, then both of you in fact have contributed to the graph, and are therefore just as responsible as any other citizen tax-payer.

  7. I notice many of the numbers are wildly optimistic. National debt (on-books) is $20 trillion, but total debt (including off-book unfunded liabilities like Medicare, Medicaide, Social Security (with it’s non-existent “lock-box”), federal retirements, etc.) is somewhere North of $230 Trillion. Total notional value of derivatives outstanding >$1.5 Quadrillion dollars.

    Put into perspective, that much money in $1 bills would cover every inch of the Earth’s surface with a layer of paper 1.25″ thick, assuming no space between the pieces of paper, and each bill perfectly flat.

    TINVOOWOOT, indeed. 😦

  8. Sometimes, reading these pages, I feel like I’m in a crowd of Chicken Littles, all cursing the sky for not falling fast enough.

  9. the easiest way(((for them))) to cover the total debt is nuclear war or a pandemic. wipe everyone out and start over….


    “…The calculated resistance to the universal religion and the new messiah and the ensuing holy wars will result in the loss of human life on a scale never imagined before in all of human history…”

    • SemperFi, 0321

      re: probluebeam,
      the only thing I’ve seen coming from archaeology lately is almost every single one of them is worshiping the Global warming/climate change brainwashing. They’re less concerned with digging up sites than they are about crying their Chicken Little mantra. They’re all grant whores, looking for free money to fall into their laps, and that all comes from preaching to the liberals.
      The young students barely learn history, but rather spend all their time learning how fast the planet is eroding from man made climate change. We have first yr students flying to Europe to attend climate change lectures already, before they’ve even worked on any real digs. Gives you an idea of what’s really important, the political brainwashing has priority over their actual historical and field training.