Why do you think Wall Street’s secret “Club” makes all the money while the average person struggles?
To quote a famous Paul Simon song:
“The problem is all inside your head she said to me
The answer is easy if you take it logically…”
(Millennials…ask your parents/grandparents who Paul Simon is).
In Plain English, Wall Street banksters use the simple things to confound the majority of investors who think they’re smart/wise.
Every day the financial media talking heads feed you with the wisdom of the world through their gurus.
It’s a subtle trap to give you false confidence to help you “Follow Their Lead.”
Don’t get me wrong. There’s plenty of good information available IF you know how to read between the blurry guru lines.
You see, most “gurus” are told what to say in order to get you to think that, by following their advice, you will be wise.
The classic example of this is when you hear a friend say, “Did you catch what so and so said about _____ stock?”
If you say “no” your friend will then give you all the juicy details and appear to be wise and well informed…like the guru.
Most of the time the story sounds compelling.
But where most people miss the point is that many of the “Gurus” are simply highly overpaid actors who read from a script or teleprompter.
“Oh, but they seem so sincere.”
The truth is, they are sincere.
And the “Club” knows that “sincerity” sells. They also know that getting you to buy or sell what they’re promoting allows them to move in the opposite direction.
It’s that simple.
Learn how to “Read Between the Lines” and not get suckered by the banksters. (HERE)
And share this with a friend who thinks they’re wise.
They’ll thank YOU later.