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America’s Money is Falling Apart
We noticed this the other day when we looked back and found that we’ve never raised our subscription price. Since 2000. What should it be – based only on the government Inflation numbers?
As is obvious, our focus is mainly economic. We live in a world of crooked money, half-truth government, and a narcissistic culture of deceit.
Let me share a secret with you: The purchasing powers of your dollar is declining at an unprecedented rate.
Coping is stressful. Sorting out the Modern Mess is what we do.
Peoplenomics Keeps You “A Step Ahead”
Peoplenomics began in 2001 when Elaine and I were kicked back on our sailboat in San Diego. I’d just finished a super lucrative sales and marketing turnaround up in the Bay area. And I liked to write. Been a major market radio news jock, so what the hell, right?
I didn’t want to do “just another finance newsletter.” I wanted that would shine and give me the freedom to cover whatever “moved me.” That’s why you’ll find advance copies of several of my books – free for the reading – in the Master Index section. “Power in the Second Depression” – “Packing to Die: The Suitcase Between Your Ears” is another. All the chapters of “The 100-year Toaster: Obsolescence – the Global Addiction” are there, too. Plus, a book of personal UFO notes I’ve never released to the public.
Along the way, we evolved some new ways to look at financial markets as an Aggregate. And there’s an Elliott Wave predicting spreadsheet which at times has been useful, too. (Downloadable from the Master Index pages.)
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Our approach is simple: We make logical inferences based on current news and market flows and offer comments that are useful to our subscribers.
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Readers knew we moved into gold in 2001 at $276, farm/ag land in 2002, and silver in 2005 at $6.94-$7.05. Bitcoins greenlighted from $390 (though we don’t indulge in or trade cryptos).
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