Some of the most common complaints I hear about the stock market are:
- “The markets are rigged.”
- “The markets are out of touch with reality.”
- “The markets are manipulated by the 1%.”
Arguably there is a certain amount of truth in those complaints.
However, rigging or manipulating the markets, in reality, is very limited.
Whether you want to believe it or not, the markets are always right.
The real problem is most people misunderstand how cycles work. More importantly, investors don’t see how easily they’re deceived by philosophies.
Ironically (or NOT) this applies to the recent race wars and rioting that’s a direct result of philosophies based on deception.
The hatred and rioting we’re seeing is a direct result of how people are manipulated through how they’ve been programed to think.
It’s similar to how most investors lose money.
They’re deceived and tend to blame others for their bad luck…the same applies to those who riot and loot.
Think of it this way: philosophies program people to respond in predictable ways.
So, if you want to change your response, you must change your philosophy.
WE always have a choice.
Otherwise we are no different than animals who simply respond to their environment.
We have the privilege and responsibility of choosing right from wrong, whether it’s investing in the stock market or civil disobedience.
Remember, the boyz in the “Club” are masters of manipulation. And they bombard you with a corrupt psychology that forms certain philosophies.
However, their only real weapon is deception.
Psychology places the blame for one’s individual actions on others instead of on oneself.
At first, this seems comforting, because it rids us of personal guilt and responsibility for our actions, but it also robs us of our God-given authority.
If others are our problem – and we make bad decisions based on that premise – then we are doomed to be victims for the rest of our lives.
You can’t change what’s happened in the past nor can you change other people.
However, you can change how you think.
It’s the key to understanding how market cycles work and how to avoid being deceived by the 1%.
When you see how to “Connect the Dots,” you’ll be better equipped to see past their lies.
It’s easier than you think.