The “Solution to Social Media”

Graceful engineering ideas time – something to FWD to Elon Musk? – as we consider the Surgeon General’s concerns on Social and propose radical solutions. This is as discussion about the Magic Bullet that could save Twitter  for Musk and turn it to a “best of class” concern, again.

No, it’s not turning off your computer; though that might work, too.  Instead, we have a whole different take on social media.  Including a roughed-out website (and some future Peoplenomics articles which may become web pages) to get some software “legs under the idea.

This is one of those horribly obvious fallouts from TRIZ thinking.  Which, frankly we are surprised Elon Musk has not already invented – because it is just so obvious to us.

Anyway, the idea is useful, doable, scalable and changes the whole ballgame for social media.

Which we will lay out right after a few warm-up headlines and the morning ChartPack.

But then we leap into it:  A world obsessed with the climate scam has missed the Global #1 *with a bullet* problem afoot today:  Thought Pollution.  Take it with big enough doses of Woke disease and robots posting and you have an environment where nitrogen and carbon emissions look positively inviting.

So, a side of Budget hype with them eggs, today, pardnah?  Then let’s get real about Social’s role in Thought Pollution.

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How High? How Long?

A Quest for Answers. Markets this week closed above a critical “trading box” so it means its time to start penciling out more inflection points ahead.  As we figure it now, without a Chinese move on Taiwan or the (eventual) escalation of to tactical nuclear weapons in Ukraine (besides depleted uranium which will poison their land) we  could still make it into a summer rally and maybe even until the end of the year.

Macro bounding events are all over the place.  One of which is the coming Fed hikes while another is the outcome of budget negotiations.

But our weekend focus here is simple: Now that we can collapse any time, what will be the “right” indicator of pending collapse?

Therein lies the quandary!

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A Senior View of Diets

Mediterranean? Keto? Paleo?  Bewildering choices, We have a few ideas.  Which is well-timed since right after this morning’s post, Elaine and I go in for fasting blood draws.

Key to us is the idea of “instrumentation” of senior health. In addition to the electronics of aging – a recording pulse-ox, CPAP data software, and a BP cuff, we add even more science to health monitoring this week.

Meanwhile, in the markets, we are back to looking “toppy” with a hard break up – or down – expected as immediate future resolves issues like use of nukes and budget loggerheads.

Plus the ChartPack.,  So let’s roll-em up, make a fist, and see what the numbers are telling us about your health – financial and biological.

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The “Sell in May” Part

Our main focus today is on the balance of this month and into next from an economics and charts perspective.  Because there is a split – quite obvious when you read financial headlines.

One faction is expecting “recession avoidance” because of the big, powerful, American economy.  The other still sees dead banks walking as the commercial real estate debacle is likely to take years to be fully revealed and acknowledged.

Of course a few headlines and such.  But for this particular weekend?  Making money always helps and we’re pleased with prospects for the period just ahead.

You may not be able to remain “married to optimism” though, and still get the most out of it.

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