March Collapse Risk: About 58.33%

There is a 52.63% chance that we are replaying the left side of the 1929 run-up from December of 1928. HOWEVER, there is also a 73.68% chance that we are replaying the right side of the 1929 blow-off, and in that case, the world will be ending shortly – at least in a financial sense. All of which means what?  Overall a 58.33% chance that March will end badly…very, very badly. (Continues below)   I won’t even begin to explain how to “run the numbers” which are – admittedly – VERY … Continue reading

Coping: My 12 Novice Golf Mistakes

Oh boy!  Soon as we get the tractor back in operation (next week thanks to the rain – this week was rained out) it will be time to install the first set of one-pound coffee cans and get seriously into “Original Rough Country Golf.” You may have never heard of the ORCGA – Original Rough Country Golf Association – because I just invented it.  But the reason is that golf – as in those other sets of initials – is just too high-falutin for just reg-lar country folks. The idea is … Continue reading

TNFSP: Thursday’s News for Stupid People

Seems CNN makes up news.  Caught at it when it leaked that one of the school shooting witnesses claimed he was “scripted” by the network. Point for the Stupid:  This is making up news to an internal agenda, not reporting.  “Proactive journalism” is a neo-liberal concept.  The word report infers after a fact or event.  Neoliberal ‘journalists’ crusade.  News reporters (hate to break this to you) ‘report.’  Most lacking enough real data resort to “pre-porting.”  And now scripting. Networks ought to disclose staging and prompting. Tip off the audience of their biases and crusades. They don’t.  That would … Continue reading

Coping: Feng Wallet by the Shui Whiz

My income didn’t go up as much as I expected this year.  Up, yes.  Enough?  Ever? As usual, when something is “off” a bit in my Life, the best thing to do is sit back and open up the doors of awareness.  For there, the correct answer is certain. So, it was open the I-Ching Inbox this week, to find a note from long-time reader CK…fine fellow to read a career’s worth of typo’s here…and he answered by 1040 question – without it even being spoken.  Here’s what he wrote: (Continues Below) … Continue reading

Managing Retirement Time

No joke!  For a lot of people I know it’s harder to manage their time in retirement that it was in the business life.Sure – sounds weird, but we’ll explain.  But first we go through the charts an d indicators as the sounds of a 1929-like Crash get louder.  And wait till you see the technical chart on Bitcoin! More for Subscribers       ||| SUBSCRIBE NOW!       |||   Subscriber Help Center … Continue reading

Crash — or Dash?

The clock is ticking. I’ve been telling you for some weeks now – in fact a few days after the all-time-high in our Aggregate Index January 26th – that it is time to be extremely cowardly.  Not that we didn’t score some nice lunch money on the recent bounce.  But the clock is ticking. We’re also not the only ones to notice. Bloomberg this morning rolls with “Morgan Stanley Says Stock Slide Was Appetizer for Real Deal.”  Unlike Morgan Stanley, we’ll even tell you an idealized date based on our work:  Around March 22nd. … Continue reading

Coping: A Note from “The Realms”

Been a while since we’ve talked about some genuine serious woo-woo.  That’s the part of life not well-understood, let alone documented, by science.  This morning, some things science hasn’t made clear. People have two lives.  One is the “normal” (*waking-state) that we are sharing right now.  The OTHER is the world you go to – when you are sleeping. This other world we visit is connected to thing one by thought forms. (Continues below)   Those thought forms perform an important function, I believe and let me share a bit from last night’s “birthday … Continue reading