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I'm glad I have a good percentage invested in gold and silver...and I have my pantry stocked and a good-sized garden in the back yard. It's no longer a question of 'If" - it's a matter of "when": this is all going to nose-dive in the near future. Thanks, Ben, for putting the printing presses on Warp Factor 9! <sarcasm>
Yeah right. When the ultra rich want to get rid of their stocks..... it's time for you to tell the average Joe to buy them just before they tumble. What a joke!.
Maybe Obama invested his money on healthcare since pot is legal in state of Washington.
Yeah, like THAT"S going to happen with that IDIOT benny in charge of counterfeiting money. The way he's printing money, you'd think it was going to go out of style next year.
If I had enough money to buy enough of each of these companies, I would not need to invest in anything. Even at .0000000000000000000000001% interest in a bank, there would be more than enough for my immediate family, as well as my brothers, sisters, cousins, nieces, nephews, and their families to live on!
Bummer of a tip.
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