Profit from change now

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Profit from change now:
Who is already done resisting the opportunity to benefit from change?

Think of something that changes- anything. What if you could benefit or profit– even just a little- every time that change is happening again?

Now, how often does some change happen? How frequently is it that some change is happening- even only a very small changing?

We can identify things that change rather slowly, like the seasons. We can identify things that change much faster than that, like the phases of the moon or the cycle of breathing: inhalations and exhalations.

No matter how fast or slow something changes, something else changes faster than that and something else changes slower than that. Something is always changing. Even things that are changing very slowly are always changing- even the length of a blade of grass or a fingernail, and even the rotation of the earth, slowly spinning the sun and stars across the sky.

Change is continuous. Change is constant. That does not change, but everything else does… eventually (and sometimes very suddenly).

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Accepting the simplicity of the fundamental fact of change… is easy, right? Denying the fact of change would be rather silly, wouldn’t it? One cannot even speak the word “no” without that very speaking qualifying as a change.

We change continuously. We change constantly- and not just by speaking words or growing fingernails.

So, everything is always changing, even each of us. When any particular change is happening, we only notice it whenever we notice it, right?

In the moment that we are noticing any change at all, now we can accept that changing and let it inform our own constant change. Or, as we are noticing a change, we can reject it as something that should not be happening, then resist it, condemn it, and perhaps try to change things back to how we may wish that things should be. Either way, though, we are not the same as we were before we noticed that change. Whenever we notice a change, we change, too- somehow- even if only in our new active resisting of that other change.

Remember, we can benefit or profit from changes, right? However, do we ever benefit from a change by rejecting it, resisting it, or condemning it? Isn’t accepting change essential to benefiting or profiting from change? Given that there are always things changing and that any new change might be one that could benefit or profit us every time that change is happening, isn’t rejecting any particular change just as silly as denying the fact that change is happening now- and that nothing is unchanging, that everything is always changing- even just slightly?

Sometimes we notice a changing of the patterns of human action, such as patterns of borrowing, buying, and selling. The changing of those patterns are indicated numerically in a variety of statistics, including prices.

When we notice prices changing, we can accept that we just noticed some particular prices changing and then be informed in our own changing by our own acceptance of any particular price change, possibility benefiting or profiting from noticing and accepting that particular change. Or, we could reject any particular change that we notice, such as a change in the patterns of human action that are indicated by changes in prices.

If we notice but then reject a change, are we rejecting the opportunity to benefit or profit from that change? Of course, any change that we have ever noticed, we could accept- whether or not we may have ever rejected that particular change. After all, we are changing constantly, too, right?

Now, if it is clear to us that noticing and accepting changes is essential to benefiting or profiting from changes, then we might wonder how can we benefit or profit from any particular change? What changes can we benefit or profit from? How much could we benefit or profit from any particular change that we notice?

Many of us may have rejected a particular change simply becasue we did not know yet how to benefit or profit from it. We actually already accepted the fact of the change- like we were not denying the existence of a particular change when we resisted it, we acknowledged it as something that was already happening or may have happened soon, or else we would never have been resisting it, right?

So, in rejecting a change, what we may have actually been doing was adapting to that change first by identifying ourselves as among those who did not already know how to benefit or profit from that particular change which we accepted as a fact or at least as a real possibility- so much that we invested time and attention into resisting or condemning it. We identified ourselves as not knowing how to benefit or profit from that change first by noticing it (accepting that change as real or at least possible) and then investing our own energy into rejecting, condemning, and resisting it (like struggling to make things back to how we may have believed that it would be better for us personally for things to still be, since we may have known intuitively that we did not know yet how to benefit or profit from that particular change).

However, even if we did not know already how to benefit or profit from some change we noticed, we are constantly changing. We might be learning something new all the time- even before we notice that we already just learned something new.

When we notice any change happening, we may get curious as to how we might be able to benefit or profit from that change- how that change might inform us to be harmonious with it and well-adjusted to it. We might get curious as to how much a particular change could be benefiting or profiting us. We might get curious as to which changes could benefit or profit us most. We might get curious as to how much we could benefit or profit from change now- like as an ongoing learning process.

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I spoke to a fellow last week that I had not talked to in a few years. I met him in 2006. I showed him statistics about the changing trends in US real estate, especially in places like Phoenix, Arizona (where he lived). He was a millionaire. I wasn’t. However, apparently, he isn’t a millionaire anymore.

He neglected to accept (or at least to act on) the information I shared with him, thus neglecting to benefit or profit from it, and quickly lost several hundred thousand dollars of real estate equity. I do not know if his house that used to be worth around a million dollars was foreclosed yet. I do not know if he has filed bankruptcy yet. However, I do know that there are a lot of former millionaires who neglected to benefit or profit from certain changes, and instead have been facing bankruptcy… or could be soon, given the changes that I am clear are in the process of happening now.

Some people are asking how can we benefit or profit from change- including any particular change. Some people are not… at least not yet.

Consider that noticing a change does not automatically produce benefit or profit from that change. We can simply reject it, condemn it, or resist it. However long it may take to simply accept the change, accepting the change- without any resistance- may be essential to fully benefiting or profiting from it.

Resisting or condemning a change is not benefiting or profiting from it. That is just a sign of not knowing how to profit or benefit from it yet- and neglecting to ask “how can we fully benefit or profit from this change?”

In early 2009, several people received a series of emails from me. The first ones warned of an emerging short-term set-up in the US stock market. Another email signaled “here it is.” Three weeks later, another email indicated the end of the primary fulfillment (“safest portion”) of the price change I had forecast (a sharp decline in US stocks). That three-week decline produced a 70% and 90% gain using the investments BGZ and FAZ.

I began that email with a reference to reversal and multi-month rally being ripe for US stocks. That rally began within a few days. By August 2009 (less than six months later), I sent another email indicating the end of the primary fulfillment (“safest portion”) of that next price change which I had also forecast. BGU had gained about 200% and FAZ had gained much more than that. (Direct links to a few of those emails, which I also posted to a yahoogroup, can be found toward the end of this blog: https://jrfibonacci.wordpress.com/up-next-investments/)

Right now, about 4:00 Am EST on Nov. 30, 2009, the primary phase of the sharp decline in US stocks that I have been forecasting since early 2003 looks like it MAY have already started. That basic decline began in late 2007 (depending on which US stock index one is using), but the primary phase of it (the sharpest decline) required an “exhaustion rally.” That means that before a very sharp drop, all remaining buying enthusiasm must exhaust. If there is remaining buying capacity and enthusiasm, a very sharp drop will be interrupted with sharp but relatively small rebounds.

That exhaustion rally was the rally I forecast in early 2009, and, as of August 2009, I wsa clear that the primary phase of that exhaustion rebound was complete. The “capitulation phase” (freefall) is now ripe. If you know that you do not know how to benefit or profit from the merging price change yet, you may be curious enough to be motivated to actually contact me now, even if you are already an ex-millionaire. Being an ex-millionaire now just means that you may not have already known how to benefit or profit from the changes that are continuing now. 😉

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