what matters: asset multiplication

ACCURACY over popularity!    25

REALIZED GAINS over empty promises!  35

PARTNERSHIP over prior loyalties!      33


What matters? Asset Multiplication!

Keyword: multiplication

Vol: 2,240,000/mo

CPC: $.33

Are you willing to explore how

you are open to choosing

accuracy, realized gains, motivation, and partnership?

ACCURACY over popularity!   

REALIZED GAINS over empty promises!

MOTIVATION over wealthy disinterest!

PARTNERSHIP over prior loyalties!    

How are you open to choosing

accuracy, realized gains, motivation, and partnership?

Would you choose ACCURACY over popularity?

on the “accuracy over popularity” content,
I think to add some “warm-up analogy references” to
native american “witch doctors” who claimed to have a cure for the incurable disease scurvy, and were eventually established as right      vs     the popular mainstream medical doctors of the time
the heliocentric model of the solar system presented by ptolemy, copernicus, and galileo   vs.  the geocentric model of the infallible authority of the establishment of the holy roman empire

Would you choose ACCURACY over popularity?

Which would you choose:

a) a partner who has clearly demonstrated extraordinary competence, with the distinct credibility of accurately forecasting publicly major financial changes of the last decade, thus avoiding surprise and even prospering from the changes?

< examples- show several book covers with year of publication and title emphasized: robert shiller, robert prechter, g. edward griffin, elizabeth warren, michael ruppert, richard heinberg, j.r. fibonacci, jim shepherd>









b) a partner who may have familiar credentials with popular mainstream institutions of “the establishment,” but who consistently defends the results of their choices with the excuse of naive surprise, and who even suffered huge financial losses through those major changes, perhaps complaining and blaming and desperately hoping that someone else would support their proposals and rescue them from the natural consequences of their focus and choices?

<images of arguing,  finger-pointing, and scratching their heads: jim cramer, jon stewart, barack obama, and george bush>

Would you choose  PARTNERSHIP over prior loyalties!   

to partner with someone who profits only in direct proportion to your own profits, sharing both the risks and the opportunities

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who are already committed to representing the interests of huge bureaucracies that pay them to be loyal to the bureaucracies first

<familiar collapses or bankruptcies or defaults: ussr/cccp aig boa fed imf greece fnma minnesota WaMu bear stearns, merrill lynch, plus include the IRS for fun>

Would you choose  MOTIVATION over wealthy disinterest!

Are already so well-established and wealthy that they do not actively seek your business and only offer financial management services to investors who are already wealthy.



are actively marketing the immense benefits of working with them because they value your business, no matter how small you start.


Would you choose  REALIZED GAINS over empty promises!

offer a confusing mess of complex investments, many featuring outrageous promises that they do not have the money to actually keep

<aig, minnesota,  prudential, greece, state farm, social security administration, madoff, allstate>


offer a few simple, clear services with demonstrated results that have been established to be realistic and even easily available

(1) prioritize and simplify your budget

(2) shelter your finances securely

(3) cultivate freedom from debts without controversy or contention

(4) multiply your profits safely and easily



Here is one more point. This is a quotation from July 15, 1979:

“Energy will be the immediate test of our ability to unite this Nation, and it can also be the standard around which we rally. On the battlefield of energy we can win for our Nation a new confidence, and we can seize control again of our common destiny.

In little more than two decades [prior to 1979] we’ve gone from a position of energy independence to one in which almost half the oil we use comes from foreign countries, at prices that are going through the roof. Our excessive dependence on OPEC has already taken a tremendous toll on our economy and our people. This is the direct cause of the long lines which have made millions of you spend aggravating hours waiting for gasoline. It’s a cause of the increased inflation [in my opinion, by way of a ballooning of PRIVATE borrowing] and unemployment that we now face [by way of the budgets of many businesses being pinched by rising fuel prices]. This intolerable dependence on foreign oil threatens our economic independence and the very security of our Nation.

The energy crisis is real. It is worldwide. It is a clear and present danger to our Nation. These are facts and we simply must face them:

What I have to say to you now about energy is simple and vitally important.

Point one: I am tonight setting a clear goal for the energy policy of the United States. Beginning this moment, this Nation will never use more foreign oil than we did in 1977—never. From now on, every new addition to our demand for energy will be met from our own production and our own conservation.”

The above quote begins at 2:26 in to this video:

That of course was the speech of U.S. President Jimmy Carter. While I do not agree with his top-down politics (and neither did the American people), I completely agree with his basic logic. Rather than go with conservatism and conservation, the U.S. as a whole went on a huge spending binge starting around 1980 and has spent a huge amount of the wealth that was concentrated in to the U.S. from other parts of the world previously in the 20th century.

However, not everyone in the U.S. has followed that path. Some recognized the value of private conservatism and conservation of energy (and my don’t those two words conservatism and conservation look a lot alike?). Some kept their spending (and borrowing!) moderate at least. While others flipped real estate for easy unearned gains, then went bust, a few focused on distinctions like “accuracy over popularity.” Consider that such a distinct focus produced actions distinct from the average and thus also distinct results, such as consistent asset multiplication. Consider that such a distinct focus produced actions distinct from the average and thus also distinct results, such as consistent asset multiplication.

For instance, take the case of Jim Shepherd, who made his first million in the 1970s investing in real estate, then rode a few waves of the rise of gold prices, exiting when the mianstream frenzy was near it’s peak, and then shifted to stocks when others were panicking, then exited stocks before the 1987 panic. How did he know when to invest in what? Consider that the distinction of “accuracy over popularity” is the simple answer.


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