With all the talk about “bubbles” in the markets, the Fake Stream Media seems to be ignoring the most obvious one.
It’s called the “Hypocrisy Bubble.”
(And it’s explosion nothing short of spectacular.)
If you’re wondering what I’m talking about, just look at the rash of sex scandals, groping, lewd sexual behavior, etc., that seems to plague a certain group of people lately.
Without naming names (cough! Cough!…David Sweeny, Charlie Rose, Matt Lauer, Harvey Weinstein, Al Franken, John Conyers…..) you have to wonder about what (besides huge egos) all these pervs have in common.
Do you see a pattern here?
The “accused” all seem to be high profile media celebs/politicians…mainly associated with the Fake Stream Media/Hollywood hypocrites.
And you know it’s a bubble when the “accusers” use tactics like, “I didn’t like what he did to me 38 years ago…”
Don’t misunderstand me…I certainly don’t condone the behavior of any of these talking heads/celebrities/politicians that have been shamed. (In fact, it’s interesting watching this crew turn against each other.)
What I’m pointing out is how this Hypocrisy bubble is no different than a stock market bubble.
Historically, a bubble is when everyone is getting in on the act.
Contrary to what the Fake Stream Media is reporting, the majority of retail investors aren’t in on the most hated bull market in history.
When they get in (the key word being WHEN) that’s when it’s time for you to get out.
Until then, you can expect more media hype, like Hypocrisy Bubbles, to keep you distracted from the billions being made by the “Club.”
These distractions are carefully crafted to keep you off guard.
Don’t fall for these tricks.
Learn how to profit from the professional thieves (HERE).