Riddle Me This:
Updated: Jan 20
If the stock market has doubled... but the national debt is still very high... won't somebody need to pay somebody at some point?
If the stock market has doubled... and the national debt is still high... and someone still needs to pay someone... won't taxes and other Government-Related fees HAVE to go up?
If the stock market has doubled... and the national debt is still high... and no voter will ever vote for a reduction in their Government benefits - such as Medicare and Social Security... what will the Government HAVE to do? Won't they have to print more money? Isn't that called Inflation? And won't more "quantitative easing" (printing money) create even more volatility?
And don't you think it's interesting that when the market is down... fiduciary securities advisors say "it's a great time to invest more into the market"?? Don't we often wonder "WHAT MONEY"???
If we know what the problems are... does it make sense to continue to use a financial strategy that doesn't work for us?
What if... we could have a strategy where, if and when these BAD things happen, we can TAKE ADVANTAGE of them rather than being a VICTIM of them?
Would that be valuable information to know?
Would you rather know this information before or after the next downturn?