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5 moves to beat the next meltdown of the DOW:
I'll give you the Reader Digest Version:
1)Get out before the "Big Boys Do"
They've already begun to extract from their portfolios
2)Stay out until you see a change in Governmental Strategy
Infrastructure, National debt,
If the DOW were to see a 10 to 15 percent Quote "Correction" the adjustment wouldn't amount to the growth it has incurred in the last 52 weeks.
The "Bear" is out of hibernation, "Get Ready".
The next meltdown will be unlike anything this country has ever seen. It will involve a breakdown of a fully rigged, manipulated and controlled economy, what is called a systemic collapse.
Nothing has changed since the last collapse in 2009. The FED froze the collapse in mid-free-fall. When the collapse resumes just add on all that has been done to stop the fall and stand back.
Take Europe. These bozos are still selling the same stuff. Europe? Buy Europe? Europe is still, has been, and continues to be a disaster. Geez. Germany can't even get her gold back, and her largest bank is going backwards. Merkel wants out of the EU she can hardly stand it. And that is just one European country. The PIIGS are still in big trouble. Europe?
What a joke.
The Standard & Poor's 500 index was up 29.6%, its best gain in 16 years.
The Nasdaq composite soared 38.3% to 4176.59, a level not seen since September 2000.
The small-cap Russell 2000 also hit new-high territory in 2013, gaining 37% to 1,163.64.
All told, the market has seen a paper gain of around $5.4 trillion, for all of 2013.
So if you didn't take advantage of one of the Biggest Bull Runs ever, that's a YOU problem as Markets have always been Manipulated. Our Job is take advantage before the next Bust Cycle. This is hardly a massive move down, YET.
We are talking about only a 3% move down, so how the heck will folks react if a Real Bear Market kicks in. So far, up to this point, the Markets has always recovered due to massive Corporate Stock Buybacks and Cheap Crack-Dollars from the FEDS. Until that Changes, Stocks can continue higher unless the Ghosts of the Great Recession once again reveal themselves. We never solved that problem, only delayed it so it should not be that much of a shock if that happens.
(1) Take back control of government.
(2) Dismantle or Nationalize all members of the group of privately-owned for-profit banks known as the Fed.
(3) Write off all interest debts to any Foreign Bank(s)
(4) Restore gold standard.
(5) Start jailing Corporate and Financial profiteers and manipulators.
We are over three-hundred ten million (310,000,000) strong. Don't you think it's about time we let this government and its Elitist Bureaucracy know who's in charge of 'our' Nation?
One reason Wall St. Casino soared during the recent past was because of earnings.
New trinkets are designed here (U.S.) fabricated elsewhere for pennies.
Then sold here and in Europe at giant profits.
Hence Multi Million Dollar salaries and bonuses for CEOs who have no clue of manufacturing operations process and high earnings for the (so called) "Outsourcing Corporation".
Since 80% of U.S. citizens have little to no disposable income, (due to McDoodle jobs, if they have one), soon the s**t will hit the fan, the Casino Gamblers will become part of the spew.
I have already taken my profits; they are in the bank. Personally, I am not going to invest in stocks until the 10% correction, then and only then, I will start to look at the best buys.. This is the beginning ripple in the stock market.... Also expect little direction from govt. because there are no more rabbits to pull out of the hat....you have to figure your plan and not rely on Uncle. I also expect some world event to change course of business world soon...when gold drops below $1100/oz and silver $17.50/oz buy to bolster your portfolio.
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