Cleaning Off My Desktop

It may not seem like a useful column headline, but there’re a ton of Post-Its all over the digital desktop. Important stuff – the kind that fits into modeling the future in a manner facilitating the making of money.

So in addition to the ChartPack and the normal assortment of headlines, some of the more oddball but – who knows? – maybe useful as well…

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A Few Scary Bets

We spend an exceptional amount of time focusing on the Future around here. With good reason.  Because the art of making money (or, at least losing as little as possible) is predicated on getting “some notion or aspect of Future” right.  And then making meaningful bets on it.

Are there some “unconventional” things looming in the foreseeable future that we should all spend some time planning for?  You bet!

Because while most people are working “normal lives” and too many are actually living “paycheck to paycheck” the reality is powerful families are at war.

Unlike “regular” plebes, these are the filthy rich who plan intergenerational wealth and plan on their specific heirs inheriting the Earth.  Or, more than 51 percent of it.

With some of these notions in mind (without having to search names of Class A shareholders who own the world through a myriad of shell corporations), we can at least settle out of the “line of fire” for what may be coming.

Already?  We can make – and our focus is on this right now – some Scary Bets.  We’ll even show you how to “roll your own.”  Future forecasting ain’t hard.

After the charts and a few headlines including this morning’s ADP Jobs Report.

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May-Day!

While we don’t expect global war this weekend, there’s plenty of reason to be concerned with the balance of the year.  We ponder the global rise of “strongman socialism” and where we might be by year’s end.

A deep look at our Aggregate Index charts, as well.  Since charts often do hold predictive content – if you look at them in a particular light.

Double the bean, we’re on the scene.

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