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Fabians Fables says:
"However, if history has taught us anything, it's that the market has a way of deceiving the vast majority of the investing public."
Nooooo. Ya think? Really??? Geez there is a gem from a market shill. These people just do not get it, not even faintly. What they don't get is that THEY have also been duped by this perpetual 'rally.'
'Concentual hallucination (Wolf) at play.
What happen to a REIT when the tenants default on their lease? What happens when these funds guess wrong? Do you get money back from the fund? Do they refund their management fees?
That's is why the joke is on me (and you too stockholders).
Safe havens, Jason Jones??
Things to think about
Someplace where you can hide out, if the SHTF and an good store of food or access to food. Commodities, like gold, silver, platinum, even copper for small exchanges; PLUS a couple of guns and ammo, just in case. Land, if you can defend it;
Things you should avoid: Wall Street, because if inflation REALLY takes off, stock WILL NOT be able to keep up. Paper money for long-term savings. And listening to government shills and idiots about how you should save and invest YOUR money
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