“…it is meant to be continuous. -George Orwell-
War is (and always has been) extremely profitable for a select few. That’s why it’s meant to be continuous.
This is a subject many people don’t like to talk about, but ask yourself: Who profits most from War?
If you said the Military Industrial Complex (MIC), congratulations, you are more informed than most people.
Orwell nailed it many years ago. In fact, if you read most of what he wrote about back in the 1940’s, you’ll be amazed at his accuracy about the future.
Unfortunately, we’re living it today.
War has a perverse effect on the markets. Many people suffer and there’s a lot of damage inflicted on innocent people.
However, when you connect the dots about how war is used to move economies, you’ll see trends ahead of the crowd.
The “Club” takes advantage of the atrocities of war to profit in the markets.
We don’t believe in profiting from someone else’s tragedy.
That’s why we’re going to show you how to profit in the markets by taking an opposite stance against the immoralities of wars.
And when you see how simple it is you’ll wonder why you never saw it before.
Check it out in the September issue of Simplifying Wall Street in Plain English. (HERE)
You’ll thank us later.
P.S. If you know anyone who opposes war, be sure to share this (LINK) with them. They’ll thank YOU later.