WEEKEND SHOCKCAST: Another Week Closer to the End

We are going to war. I find that thought to be shocking and am dismayed to find that few see it – or don’t care. Have we lost our minds? In a word… yes. Part of the problem rests at the feet of something that I wrote about this week – The Fourth Turning. Our great-grandfathers died before we were born, and we didn’t listen much to our grandfathers. All of which means that we get to repeat the mistakes of our great-grandfathers, and start the process all over again. Unfortunately, this Fourth Turning includes nuclear and biological weapons. And, … Click here to read the rest…

When Cycles Die

Over the last few weeks, I’ve been talking a lot about cycles that seem to chart the course of human life. It’s a pretty counterintuitive idea until you realize that EVERYTHING in the Universe lives according to a certain rhythm. But, what happens when the inputs that fuel the rhythm fail? Well, the rhythm – or cycle – dies. And, it’s replaced by a new one. But, what if the owners of the old cycle go to war against the new cycle? Lots and lots of people die. In fact, whole civilizations have died because the old cycle was too … Click here to read the rest…

Another Cycles Expert Agrees – Collapse and War Coming

I personally don’t like the idea of cycles. I also don’t like the idea of death and destruction, but it’s coming. And, God didn’t ask me for my opinion on how the future should be laid out. The problem is that the truth can paint an ugly picture, but since it’s the truth… well, we have to embrace it – no matter how much we would wish it to be different. And, this goes for the whole idea of cycles. War and finance exist within a cyclical paradigm, and therefore it is our duty to understand that paradigm, so that … Click here to read the rest…

Ezekiel’s Fire and the ECM

When I got into the investment business back in the ’90s, I quickly realized that it was all about psychology. There was very little ‘thinking’ happening in the ‘markets’. It was all greed and fear mixed in with just a hint of sanity. And, it had everything to do with the ‘thundering herd’. When I figured all that out, I told everyone who wanted to know (and many who didn’t) that the best educational background for an investment professional was a degree in mass psychology. I still say that, and I’ve found someone who talks along the same lines and … Click here to read the rest…

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