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–Stock market; predictions regarding the timing of the next meaningful correction
–Stock pick for trading and near-term/intermediate appreciation (RMG:NYSE). Its peers are priced much more richly, while this SPAC & proposed business combination is a relatively cheap pick. RMG has big sponsors and an established revenue stream.
-Investing according to the NWO objectives and Agenda 2030. The results of this persistent low interest rate regime are self-evident. Barring another planned crisis, the Fed intends to follow through on its higher growth/inflation target agenda.
–Bitcoin became an asset that helped to knock out gold’s legs. The origins of btc go back almost to the day that Bernanke announced a formal QE program in 2009. There are no coincidences and this tells me that btc was designed from the top. Its slow transformation into the mainstream seems to dovetail precisely with Agenda 2030 and the timeline’s need for a new digital type of currency system. There are no chances here.
-The globalist investment shills are pumping digital currencies as a necessary outcome, while the monetary authorities peculiarly sidestep the btc question and focus on Facebook’s diem project. Bitcoin’s market cap could hit $1 trillion in 2021 as its growing reserve currency status drives adoption higher, a cryptocurrency expert says
-How to reconfigure our way of thinking and psychological mindset when it comes to investing and surviving under the NWO technocracy.
-Investing and planning for the engineered dollar demise.
-Passive income streams and how to achieve them. It takes time to build them, but the work is well worth it.
-Advice for young people starting out. Our financial lives are less determined by our numerous daily choices, and more by our few important ones. Taking personal inventory to build our future.
-Building a successful business based on our personality strengths.
-Alt-financial fallacy; fundamental attribution error. Most in this alt-finance genre believe leaders, economists, and policy makers are stupid, greedy, or unqualified. Perhaps there are other reasons for the policy decisions the authorities make.
-Now that the wealth has been consolidated, the results are clear; trickle-down theory and supply-side economics were designed to be a trickle-up reality. Their formulators were not stupid, but had another objective in mind; 50 years of tax cuts for the rich failed to trickle down, economics study says. The London School of Economics and Julian Limberg of King’s College London, examined 18 developed countries — from Australia to the United States — over a 50-year period from 1965 to 2015. The study compared countries that passed tax cuts in a specific year, such as the U.S. in 1982 when President Ronald Reagan slashed taxes on the wealthy, with those that didn’t, and then examined their economic outcomes. Wealth disparities grew.