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5.23.2018 - Insider Bookmark


Morning all, welcome to another day. 

Well now, hows about that?  Yesterday  I was whining about the idea that there wasn't any volume, and that the market had gotten up to last Monday's intra day high and then faded off.

5.22.2018 - Insider Bookmark


Hey everyone, welcome to another day. 

So, lets chat for a bit.

5.21.2018 - Insider Bookmark


Good morning all, welcome back from your weekend.  As always, I hope yours was a great one for you. Down here in "not sunny anymore Florida" the switch has been flipped. As I've been mentioning to you, we have a wet season and a dry season. I guess it was about Late October/ early November when we went dry. And dry it was. We didn't have a significant rain event  for months. Then about 10 days ago, "enter the wet" showed up

5.20.2018 - Active shooter Defense Bookmark

In Todays free investment newsletter, there's not going to be any free investment newsletter advice. No, today is about active shooters and how you can help your sons and daughters defend themselves from these lunatics. 

I am not a law enforcement agent. But I am partnered with a weapons training company that teaches SWAT, and local highway patrols about such things as active shooters. Some of it rubs off on me. so, today's letter is about active shooters and what you can do to improve your odds at survival. 

Everyone should read it. 

5.20.2018 - Free Investment Newsletter Bookmark

The Shooting, How to Survive
NOTE>> There’s no market commentary today, I want to use the entire letter to share some things with you all.
So, there’s been another high visibility school shooting. I’m not going into the semantics of if this was a false flag, or another patsy hyped up on prescription anti-depressants, or what have you. For today I’m going to tell you mom’s and dad’s what to teach your kids when they’re in school and something like this happens.

5.18.2018 - Insider Bookmark


Morning all, and yes, another Friday is upon us.  One day I guess I'll stop marvelling at how fast these weeks are rolling by. 

5.17.2018 - Insider Bookmark


Hello everyone, welcome to Thursday. 

So, what happens now? Monday was up, Tuesday was down, Wednesday was up....how about today? 

5.16.2018 - Solar Backlash! Bookmark

Hey Folks, today in the free investing newsletter, the general commentary is a reply to some of the push back I got from an article I wrote over the weekend. In that article, I was expressing my love for solar power, and a lot of people pushed back telling me how it's only affordable because of tax rebates, and how the panels degrade and blah blah blah. 


I get all that. You missed the point. I like solar because it's perfect energy and it comes from the sun. NOT the big power company up the road. Not the big oil company. Not the Natgas company. If solar panels and storage was perfected, that's the closest to being "free" you can ever be. Right now, you're a slave to the power company. 


So In the commentary, I talk about how solar has been suppressed. How big oil shut down the first electric car out of General motors in 1996. How the patent office STEALS inventions and puts gag orders on the inventor. 


Read today's article, it's well worth it. 

5.16.2018 - Free Investment Newsletter Bookmark

I had no idea that the article I published on the weekend was going to get me so many responses. In that article, I was talking about California’s new push to have all houses built after 2020 to include some amount of solar power on them.
Without redoing the whole article, I spent some time talking about the costs, and the burden to the lower classes that cannot afford to install panels, but who will be paying more for their electricity as the new homes with panels, will consume less from the grid. Someone’s got to pay the Electric company for maintenance, etc, and if there’s less revenue coming in, they will hike prices on remaining consumers.

5.16.2018 - Insider Bookmark


Hello everyone, welcome to hump day.  

Yesterday the market had a bad hair day, and the general excuse is that it was because interest rates continued to climb.  It simply doesn't like seeing the 10 year over 3%. 

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