Weekly, Wrap-Up

The Usual Suspects

No. 1

‘Finger Snap’ Offense

As if to drive the point of yesterday’s post home, we have this just out from ‘Economic Ninja‘.

People are offended by him snapping his fingers at the beginning of each video.

You can’t make this stuff up.

But wait, there’s more.

Those same snowflakes go on to say they’re offended that ‘Ninja’ is planning to take advantage of the real estate crash; being liquid at the bottom so he can buy-in, at pennies on the dollar.

I wonder how many of these coneheads are ‘financial advisors’, but I digress.

No. 2

‘Sudden Adult Death’

Yes, ladies and gentlemen, after thousands, if not tens of thousands of years of humanity, we have a brand-new disease.

Doctors are “baffled”. Who can it be now?

Wheels are set in motion for decades of repercussions.

We’re still at that leading edge.

No. 3

More Airplanes Going Down

This would have nothing to do with No. 2, above, right?

Link is here.

No. 4

So, It Was Just The Flu, All Along?

Daivid Knight, in his broadcast talks about the weasels attempting to jump ship.

Take a look.

Good thing this site figured it out long ago and well before it was obvious.

No. 5

It’s The Dollar (for now), Not Gold

When the forecast does not go your way, especially for gold, all you have to do is say, “It’s all rigged”.

That’s not very useful; especially if one is attempting to allocate assets as my firm does.

The article linked here, says part of the problem gold’s not higher is because of the strong dollar.

Wouldn’t it have been nice to know, eighteen months ago, the dollar was in position to rally?

Like this post did, for example. 🙂

Stay Tuned

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Jab if you do … Jab if you don’t

Those injected, thought they could travel

If you’re a leader, business owner or entrepreneur, dealing with idiots is probably the most frustrating part of running a business.

The leader has an absolutely thankless job most of the time.

However, there are times where being someone that can think, act, and be resistant to the criticisms of the crowd (‘double-jabbed zombies’ as Dr. Vernon Coleman calls them), pays off in spades.

At least we don’t have to put up with being played as we see here.

As we move forward to fall and winter, we’ll find out just how important resisting the peer pressure of the (double-jabbed) crowd may be.

On the practical side, David Knight interviews Catherine Austin Fitts on steps that can be implemented for personal financial and legal protection.

She touches on a subject that’s been covered several times on this site; that is, killing-off your customers is not good for future business.

Stay Tuned

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