Rothschild Just Pulled A Lot Of Money Out Of The US

Jay SyrmopoulosIn what is a sure signal to oligarchs across the globe, Lord Jacob Rothschild, founder and chairman of RIT Capital Partners, has substantially minimized his exposure to what he views as a risky and unstable U.S. capital market. In the half-yearly financial report for RIT Capital Partners, Rothschild explained the company’s aggressive moves to significantly reduce exposure to U.S. assets.

“We do not believe this is an appropriate time to add to risk. Share prices have in many cases risen to unprecedented levels at a time when economic growth is by no means assured,” Rothschild said in his semi-annual report.

Additionally, Rothschild stated that he believes quantitative easing (QE) programs employed by central banks, such as the Federal Reserve Bank in the U.S. will “come to an end.”

Rothschild was quoted in the report as saying, “The period of monetary accommodation may well be coming to an end.”

Signaling a potential disaster in the making in the United States financial markets, Rothschild reduced the investments RIT Capital Partners has in the U.S. dollar by nearly fifty percent. On December 31, 2016, RIT Capital Partners reported a 62 percent net value asset investment in U.S. dollars. In the latest report released by RIT Capital Partners on June 30, 2017, the company has a 37 percent net value asset investment in U.S. dollars.

Over that same period of time, Rothschild increased RIT’s investment in Sterling and the Euro.

Just last year, the bond manager of what was once the world’s largest bond fund had a dire prediction about how “all of this” will all end. And by “all of this,” he means the propping up of financial markets by central banks.

When the U.S. stock market is trading at all-time highs, but Lord Rothschild is divesting RIT from those same markets, the central bank manipulation of market valuations becomes apparent.

Additionally, it’s worth noting that Rothschild’s RIT investment portfolio has returned roughly 2,000% since its formation – so he obviously understands how to position his assets to get big returns on investments, thus these recent moves should be a red flag to every American.

In explaining his recent investment moves, Rothschild, the RIT chairman stated:

“We have a particular interest in investments which will benefit from the impact of new technologies, and Far Eastern markets, influenced by the growing demand from Asian consumers.”

The report also noted that RIT had invested in Social Capital, a tech investment firm based in Silicon Valley, and that Francesco Goedhuis, Chief Executive of J. Rothschild Capital Management, will serve on the company’s advisory board. Social Capital provides seed funding for companies in the education, finance, and health care business sectors.

Rothschild also mentioned the advent of a fourth industrial revolution in the RIT Capital Partners report, noting, “As the ‘Fourth Industrial Revolution’ develops, it becomes increasingly important for your Company to be able to assess investment opportunities in the innovation driven changes which are affecting almost every business sector.”

The fourth industrial revolution will be driven by new technologies that work to integrate the digital, biological, and physical worlds. Rothschild indicated in the report that the fourth industrial revolution was a driving factor in his investment in Social Capital.

The latest report is simply a continuation of a narrative that was clearly seen in Rothschild’s last half-yearly RIT report when he stated:

The six months under review have seen central bankers continuing what is surely the greatest experiment in monetary policy in the history of the world. We are therefore in uncharted waters and it is impossible to predict the unintended consequences of very low interest rates, with some 30% of global government debt at negative yields, combined with quantitative easing on a massive scale.

To date, at least in stock market terms, the policy has been successful with markets near their highs, while volatility on the whole has remained low. Nearly all classes of investment have been boosted by the rising monetary tide. Meanwhile, growth remains anaemic, with weak demand and deflation in many parts of the developed world.

Many of the risks which I underlined in my 2015 statement remain; indeed the geo-political situation has deteriorated with the UK having voted to leave the European Union, the presidential election in the US in November is likely to be unusually fraught, while the situation in China remains opaque and the slowing down of economic growth will surely lead to problems. Conflict in the Middle East continues and is unlikely to be resolved for many years. We have already felt the consequences of this in France, Germany and the USA in terrorist attacks.

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With global yields at their lowest in recorded history, and with $10 trillion of neg. rate bonds, there is likely only one way that this ends – with a massive global financial collapse, the likes of which would make the Great Depression look like the “good old days.” Make no mistake that when Lord Rothschild begins to move his assets out of the U.S., it is surely a sign of ominous things on the horizon.

  • frankw

    Not good. It looks like TSHTF is closer than many thought. The US dollar is about to be brought down and its going to hurt.

    • Elapoides

      China’s debt is 3 times larger, and their economy is slowing big time. And, if you did the research, there are many countries with much greater debt than the US as well. So, ALL currencies are about to crash.

      • ratnn

        Russia has recently freed themselves from the Money changers at the Temple!

        • Kay Jay

          North Korea, & Iran aren’t playing the Rothschild game either! I guess that’s why the U S wants to jump on them? !?!? Oh, I forgot about Cuba also

  • here’s your sign……follow the money

  • Sam Oconnel

    Just what is this Rothschild the “lord” of? He should at best be referred to as Criminal Rothschild.

    • ratnn

      Lord of the flies maybe

    • Barry Pagano

      He controls all of our banking systems Rothchild once said when you control the banks you control the people

    • Will Dantz

      he is a lord on paper. is actually his title


    “Quantitative easing” will end because there is now a US President he doesn’t agree with . “Quantitative easing” was one of the only things that kept the obama administration’s spending levels so high .

  • BillRind

    who cares about this nazi khazarian jew and all of his dirty money, this is the same guy that Soros takes his orders from. This man is a erpent aide of satan.

    • Barry Pagano

      Yes but these are the same idiots who are running our country into the ground

  • Poke

    The Core Financial Family of Tyrants in our small world that has manufactured, maneuvered, manipulated every conflict or war to build their personal wealth. OUR LIVES AND OUR MONEY BAILS THEM OUT OF EVERY BAD DEAL THEY VENTURE INTO……CALL US A SAFETY NET.

  • Fish Deep
  • ratnn

    He is the role model that Mr. Burns on the Simpson’s is created from.

    • Duane Lewis

      Yep true

  • Courious El

    It looks like the Heather Ann Tucci-Jurraf’s recent imprisionment in Washington D.C. has caused concern amongest the bankers, as she turns the tide to FREE THE PEOPLE from the enslavement by the Fed Reserve, i.e., money handlers! Go Girl!

  • Randy Courts

    Harken back to the early 2000’s when he pulled out of the gold market to protect what he and they had looted over many decades. One never hears very much about their total wealth, as opposed to Soros, Gates, Buffet, and other assorted minions of the R’s. Hate them as you will, it behooves all to watch and follow what the R’s do and say. They care not the destruction of their vassals- we the people. I consider this a important and timely article that will be read by very, very few and whatever game is afoot comes swiftly. We will all suffer.

  • WoundedChristian

    Someone once told me, When the bottom falls out, you won’t even feel it. It’s only the elites who are terrified.

  • John Talevski

    The devil in disguise

    • Duane Lewis

      He don’t need no disguise. He is the beast.

  • MOAB

    Fuck This Devil


    Another Reptilian Trap ….

  • tushambi

    One of the things I noticed reading the comments was the deep seated anti-semitism expressed by many of the comments. As an ordained minister I understand this because 2/3 of the Gospel is anti-Semitic and the Catholic Church and other churches have promoted this culture for two thousand years. However, Lord Rothschild didn’t make anyone do anything. He only stated what the RIT Partners were doing and why. I also am an economist and think he does so well due to good judgement not dishonest practices. The Rothschild family is probably the richest family in the world . The only person with more money may be GOD. They don’t need to do anything dishonest. If lord Rothschild gave advise that you should not point a loaded gun at your head and pull the trigger ,you would have people complaining that the dirty Jew was trying to hurt the bullet industry. By the way the biggest market in the world is the money trading market and guess what, over 99% is not controlled by the Rothschild’s. If you want some one to hate check out these people. Before and during World War II they were traitors helping Hitler. Prescott Bush,Henry Ford, E.Roland Harriman, and many others to mane a few. There were numerous company’s helping Hitler such as FORD, GM, IBM, Brown Brother’s Harriman, Union Banking Corp., U S Rubber Co. to name a few. However, not the Rothschild’s.