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November 20, 2008

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Adam Smith

Interest Rates [Credit] are the Cause and Consequence of the Explosion of Income/Wealth Disparities and, Hence, of the Inherent Instability of This Economy:


Chart of Long-Term interest Rates
http://www.17-76.net/opening.html#interest

The Ominous Keynes' Liquidity Trap
Origin of the Chaotic Black Thursday 29 October 1929

The Obvious Solution is to Abolish Credit

Our Short Run Solution
The Credible New World Economic Order:

A Credit Free, Free Market Economy

What Else?... What Is Exactly the Other Option?

What Have You Been Proposed Except to Wait and Suffer Till The Crisis is Over?

We Know That When People Will Be Left With no Other Option
They Will Join Massively Once The Stock Market Crash.

We Will Jump Start our Economy After


The Market Crash

AND

When 100,000,000 People Have Join.


Although the Number of Adopters Will Grow in a Chaotic Manner,
at the Image of the Crash Which Will Render it Necessary,
In Order to Minimize the Time we Will be Left Without an Economy,
It Is in Our Best Common Interest To Give a Wide Audience to Our System.

The Age of Turbulence: Adventures in a New World Economic Order.

A Credit Free, Free Market Economy
http://www.17-76.net/


✔ Introduction

✔ The New World Economic Order

✔ Numbered Account

✔ A Credit Free Currency

✔ Assets Transfer

✔ A Specific Practice of Employment, Interest and Money

1776 - Annuit Cœptis: http://www.17-76.net/


Consider your environment, print and give a wide audience to that document.

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Kurt Hinz jr

Hi there.

Well put, that's why I stick to good old VIX/VXO/VXN volatility indices...
They're so insanely high right now, I never saw anything like it before.

Well, Mr. Market currently punishes the folks who thought the sky is the limit and the bottom-fishers since then. Sooner or later the bears'll get their Waterloo. February? Makes sense to me.

http://finance.yahoo.com/q?s=^VIX
http://bigcharts.marketwatch.com/advchart/frames/frames.asp?symb=VIX
http://stockcharts.com/h-sc/ui?s=$VIX

Best wishes, my 2c, kurt.

A market learner

Mr. Kessler, Thank you very much for your great insight. I wonder if you knew this coming and coming so violently.

Jonathan

Well-written and informative article! I'm 25, just getting into the market and this clears up a lot. Thank you!

RichL

Most of the comments are correct, but I doubt that there will be a great deal of retail tax-loss selling. Few investors have gains this year, and they don't need to offset the non-existent gains with tax loss sales. Not to worry, the other reasons are more than enough to cause discomfort!

On Margin

Interesting piece. Significant amount of noise out their for investors wade through. The link below is a compilation of articles/ interviews from prominent bears or value investors that readers might be interested in...

http://consequencesunintended.blogspot.com/2008/12/endless-bottom-picking_09.html

On Margin

Interesting piece. Significant amount of noise out their for investors wade through. The link below is a compilation of articles/ interviews from prominent bears or value investors that readers might be interested in...

http://consequencesunintended.blogspot.com/2008/12/endless-bottom-picking_09.html

Margaret

"Ignore the Stock Market Until February" was well thought out and appreciated.

I look forward to an update.

Thanks!

ed

February 27, 2009 and the S&P is at a 12 year low...

Tom Smith

They're so insanely high right now, I never saw anything like it before.

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