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Good evening all, the latest edition of our free investment newsletter is now on the site. Today we're discussing the market volatility and if it is really all related to the tariffs, or Mr. Cohn leaving or Mr. Tillerson leaving or if it is a function of the market itself. Yes there's a world of news out there, too much of it really. There is no shortage of topics we could discuss.
For instance the Central banks of the world now own 44% of all global GDP. That's pretty interesting. Or we could chat about the proposed 60 billion in tariffs against the Chinese. Again, there's a world of things to talk about. But in this issue, we started with the China tariff idea. Are we really threatening them? Give it a read, and I'll share my opinion.
Besides as always, it is a free investment newsletter, and you can't beat free.
Hi friends, I want to let you know that today's free investment newsletter is now posted on the site. In this issue, we talk about the most bizarre thing that Samsung has launched... a brainwashing, hypnotism web site to remove your memories. I know that sounds bizarre, but I kid you not. You HAVE to read this one!
Then in the market commentary we discuss the FOMC meeting and the wild reaction to it in the market. We got our rate hike, but that's not what they were worried about. They were worried about Fed head Powell getting slick and suggesting 4 rate hikes for 2018 instead of 3. Well, he didn't. He stuck with 3, but made mention that 2019 might see 3. Or 4.
It's a pretty interesting letter for sure, and you should read it.
April 3, 2013
The Beating Continues
Unless you've been living in a remote cave somewhere, you
know that a couple things have happened. One is that the DOW hit an
all time new high. Second
The latest issue of our free newsletter is up and this week we're just chatting about "living your life". I'm on record as having said many times that I think a global economic reset is going to take place. "Debts that can't be paid...won't be" comes to mind. So should we just live in caves and in fear? Or should we go to work, do the best we can and enjoy our friends and family?
In our view, you have to live life like nothing's going to happen, but do a little "prepping" that could get you through a short period of turmoil. Everyone should have the wherewithal to get through 2 - 3 weeks of a really bad situation.
So, take a read, it's free!