Second Depression Playbook: You Need a "1740 Plan" Right Now

imageThere are times in Life when doing the easy thing and doing the “hard thing” are in sharp contrast.
Most people are “average” because they behave in “average ways” and don’t anticipate properly. 

On the other hand, the “above average person” does anticipate and observes threshold levels that dictate action. 

This morning we will cover why the S&P 1,740 level is critical and why you need a fairly robust plan of action if you’re going to preserve capital and be in a position to prosper while others try to simply “muddle through.”

But first, off to the breaking news on consumer prices…

More for Subscribers       |||        SUBSCRIBE NOW!       |||      Subscriber Help Center

2 thoughts on “Second Depression Playbook: You Need a "1740 Plan" Right Now”

  1. Wow! Today was a serious read. A good wake up call and an idea of how to gauge where to draw the lines.

    Thanks for the work. I’m in decent shape personally but I know too many that I care for who are not. Especially older folks who live alone and adult kids that don’t think things all the way through. I’ll be working on pulling together a higher level plan that won’t cost me, but could help others in and around town.

    Meanwhile, remember the Fallacy of Consistency!

Comments are closed.