The stock market feeds on the middle-class
- 2.6 million new millionaires last year
- Loses their money faster than ever
- We see the markets maintaining a range of…
The stock market feeds on the middle-class. The markets are down today as of right now, the day after the news reported that this may be the biggest bull market in 85 years.
Another news headline today reported that there were 2.6 million new millionaires last year around the world. Most of these new millionaires made their money in the stock market. This just goes to show you that the rich are using the stock market to get richer. That the stock market is a rigged game through program trading for those who are able to take advantage of it. The more money you make the more leverage you can have in the markets, quickly multiplying your investment, or gambling money.
We see the markets maintaining a range of up /down trading patterns so the wealthy investors can get in and out quickly through program trading. However, the average investor who hears reports of the greatest bull market in 85 years jumps in late or gets into the wrong stock and loses their money faster than ever.
We also see that the indexes cannot sustain these record levels forever. You must remember that records of all kind eventually get broken and will fall many times before they do.
QUESTION: What should readers take away from this message today?
ANSWER: That no matter what you hear on the news the markets are riskier than ever.
QUESTION: Why is this information timely?
ANSWER: This information is timely because people who have lost their middle-class status and have some money left are more inclined to gamble. They are doing this in order to make ends meet since they have given up hope of their middle-class jobs ever coming back.
QUESTION: How can readers best apply this information to their lives right now?
ANSWER: If you feel the uncontrollable urge to enter the markets don’t go all in. Tip toe in and see if you step on a landmine.
COMMENTARY: Middle-class status people playing the stock market are what the wealthy refer to as suckers. The stock market is a rigged game that feeds off your losses. They are so many steps ahead of the desperate middle-class investor that it’s just a matter of time before you fall into the trap they are constantly setting. News reports aren’t something wealthy investors watch, it’s what they plant for you to fall into. Find another way to make a living. If you don’t have another plan then face the music and cut back on your lifestyle while you still have one.
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