The Best – and Worst – Investments in Life

The Dow is about to get its ass kicked at the open this morning – the kind of thing our Trading Model has been telling us for about four out of the last five weeks.

With it, we are focusing on only two stories this morning in a good bit of depth, because getting things write in personal finance over the next six months might make – or break – you and your family’s financial future.

But, in case you’re wondering, the Best and Worst investments in Life are often (and paradoxically) the very same things!

We skip the superfluous headlines.  Meat and potatoes is all we’re serving today… we’ll pass on superfluous, especially those Distraction Rolls.

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George Ure
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7 thoughts on “The Best – and Worst – Investments in Life”

  1. GEORGE URE you have an unclouded view,THATS A COMPLEMENT,having an unclouded view puts you so much further in the realm of things that people have yet to even encounter in their brain,WOW i will let it rest at that,but keep up the good stuff that very few have, i declare i am starting to believe that the god you might at one time believed in has a GOD and so forth as in expanding the universe , as in minor is major, or you have that better quote on hand, yepper

    • my dogs know more than me and they arent at war or having the stress about surviving , they can eat grass or meat because they know how to survive without taking man down on the eating plate and i hope man will do the same

    • breaking the 3 post rule here ,but from the ancient ROSICRICANS thoughts have wings and you know it ,they know it ,we know it ,, what thought is it that you would have to change the world

  2. Given the coincidental explosion following 2 days of yuan devaluation, will we see some other type of retaliation by our friends under the red star?

  3. Debt is evil. After my “reset” I realized that marriage and credit should be illegal for everyone until they are 35 or can prove they don’t need either one.

    • Couldn’t agree with this enough. Especially marriage. We wonder why the divorce rate is so high, but then we have teenagers/20 somethings getting married and realizing 2 years in “oops I shouldn’t have done this”.

      Credit is equally bad though, especially student loans. Because hey, let’s just give all these people who will ultimately end up with very low income potential $100,000 worth of debt. What’s the worst that could happen?

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