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By GoldenT, May 28, 2008 at 6:35 am Link to this comment
Can there be any knock on social responsibility when one possesses awareness of how money talks and b.s. walks and exercises willingness to abide the adage that says, “When in Rome, do as the Romans do?”
So, here is how you might stay ahead of the game whose present phase has gone hyper-inflationary…
Beat Wall Street at their own game. You do know you can profit when your negativity on the world around you matches that of the stock market’s movers and shakers, don’t you?
The next few weeks could be a turkey shoot. Then, after that, a panic-stricken, protect the vested interests, melt-up.
But what do I know? I have only been calling the stock market’s big moves for the past ten years. So, remember this if the market collapses over the next few weeks. There’s a reason why most people get caught with their pants down when it comes to money.
(By the way, this hyper-inflation of housing, energy and food prices was easy to see coming as far back as ‘03. That’s when Goldman Sachs big shot Robert Hormats was on CNBC reporting “the greatest flood of liquidity since Noah” hitting the global financial system. He wasn’t kidding!)
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