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grab your ASSET-preservers; MONEY-line receeding!

An economic tsunami is on the HORIZON:
The US Treasury yield curve compressed to its flattest in five years yesterday with the difference between two and 10-year yields at less than 4 basis points and within a whisker of INVERSION.
For those of you who don't already know:
"in the last three decades there have been five Fed-induced rate INVERSIONS . . . and the economy slipped into RECESSION a year later all five times."
What are real ASSETS?

Your TIME and your ENERGY.

Protect them by investing them wisely.

5 Comments:

At Friday, December 23, 2005, Blogger jc said...

Hey qrswave,

jc here from copenhagen interpretation. i went to WRH and he'd linked to this articel. problem is, the past couple of days i haven't been able to read anything on the site, nor view the images. it was fine before, but now… did you make changes?

let me know if anything's up, ok?

cheers, jc

 
At Friday, December 23, 2005, Anonymous Matt said...

I sense that there is a growing number of folks who are starting to understand that there has to be a better way and that the banking/financial system is a big part of the problem. I'm not sure whether my finance career helped me or hurt me in coming to understand the problem. I was brainwashed! I'm working a concept that would effectively take usury out of the equation -- through the creation of a club.

 
At Friday, December 23, 2005, Anonymous Matt said...

Sorry about the grammar in my comment above!

 
At Friday, December 23, 2005, Blogger jc said...

Hi vper,

sorry bout this but the prob is that all i can see are the linked words and the comment bars.

everything else is gone. i've tried all yr suggestions even before i wrote. thing is i've been coming here for a while and this just happened the day before yesterday so i was wondering.

i use safari. it's been fine until now.

thanks for replying.

peace,

jc

 
At Friday, December 23, 2005, Blogger vper1 said...

Hey jc, thanks for letting me know, I will see what's possible.

In the mean time are you able to use Mozilla ?

 

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