A Quick Performance Review of skwealthacademy Investment Suggestions from January/ February

Here is a quick performance review of skwealthacademy investment suggestions, for those considering becoming skwealthacademy patrons, of the type of exclusive patron only content you will receive, through a discussion of calls I made publicly right here on this news site. On 30 January 2020 and 6 February 2020, I published two articles you can … Continue reading A Quick Performance Review of skwealthacademy Investment Suggestions from January/ February

The Things We Believe that are Untrue

I’ve often spoken of, in this blog, in the many things we believe that are untrue. For example, many financial metrics in which we blindly believe, reported by the mainstream news, like inflation, GDP and unemployment statistics are patently false and not even close to being reflective of reality. This holds true not just in … Continue reading The Things We Believe that are Untrue

Does Earning $34K a Year Really Place You Among the Top 1% of Income Earners in the World?

For those of you that prefer watching a video over reading, you may click here to view a video of the below transcript.  Does earning $34,000 a year really place you in the top 1% of income earners on planet Earth? I even heard this statistic when I was working in the financial industry and … Continue reading Does Earning $34K a Year Really Place You Among the Top 1% of Income Earners in the World?

Why Humans Have Lost the Ability to Distinguish Opinion from Facts (Blame the Schooling System)

click this image to view a YouTube video that discusses the details of the below referenced Stanford University Graduate School of Education study In the general population today, the majority of humans have lost the ability to distinguish opinion from facts. This was the conclusion of a Stanford Graduate School of Education that performed studies … Continue reading Why Humans Have Lost the Ability to Distinguish Opinion from Facts (Blame the Schooling System)

The True Definition of Wealth is Not Society’s Definition of Wealth

The true definition of wealth is not society’s definition of wealth. When society discusses success and wealth it is overwhelmingly often within a singular focus that revolves around material success and consumerism. The more one consumes and the more luxury items one owns, the more society reinforces the behavior and the perception that one is … Continue reading The True Definition of Wealth is Not Society’s Definition of Wealth

Global Financial Propaganda Spikes Always Precede Financial Crises

Global financial propaganda spikes always precede financial crises. Therefore, whenever the level of global financial propaganda spikes around the world, this is always a sign, that beneath the surface, financial ministers and top global bankers around the world are observing all kinds of worrisome structural defects. Historically, global financial propaganda has spiked before every major … Continue reading Global Financial Propaganda Spikes Always Precede Financial Crises

The Banking Cartel’s End Game: 100% Digital Money

I originally published the entirety of this article on 7 June 2012. However, since this article is every bit as relevant in 2019 as it was back then, I am republishing it now for the benefit of our new blog visitors. Consequently, as you read this article, keep in mind if there are statements with … Continue reading The Banking Cartel’s End Game: 100% Digital Money

Protected: Important Gold and Silver Price Commentary for the Next Few Weeks, Patron Only Access (Golden Week commentary)

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What to Expect from the FOMC Today and More Fiat Currency Destruction

the indomitable currency purchasing power destruction machine Let’s quickly discuss what to expect from the FOMC today at 2PM in New York. It’s time for the wizard behind the curtain to decide how to move asset prices again in our “free” market with US Central Bankers announcing whether or not they will cut interest rates … Continue reading What to Expect from the FOMC Today and More Fiat Currency Destruction

Market Asset Pricing is Irreparably Broken

Market asset pricing is irreparably broken and often behaves in the short term like a kid in a candy store that can’t make up his mind about what candy to buy, because every few seconds, another colorful candy wrapper attracts his attention, leading the child from candy to candy to candy without making a choice.  … Continue reading Market Asset Pricing is Irreparably Broken