December 2022
December 2, 2022

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What Does WTF Mean to YOU?

Long ago I learned that, for many people, perception is reality.

Prove it to yourself by looking at how advertisers sell their ideas and products to the public.

They give you the perception that you NEED what they’re selling when in reality you don’t really need it.

However, in certain cases, perception vs reality can be a good thing.

Example:  My 94-year-old aunt is hard of hearing so she’s learned that she can communicate with me by texting.  Recently she sent me a text that caught me off guard.  She texted:  “James, I saw on TV about (so and so) and thought of you and said WTF.”

Wait!  What?

It turns out that someone told her that WFT stands for Wow, That’s Fantastic!

That’s her perception (and reality) of WTF.

I’m actually thankful for whoever said that to her …her texts are now far more interesting to read.

The lesson here is simple.

You can look at the current mayhem in the stock market and become fearful saying WTF!  Or, you can look at it as an opportunity to buy some of your favorite stocks a decent discount and think Wow, That’s Fantastic!

Or you can listen to all the Doom Porn addicts screaming about how the world is coming to an end.   

They’re claiming “every market is crashing” and you must sell everything.

Meanwhile, the boyz in the “Club” continue to make fortunes in The Most Hated Bull Market in History.

Before 2019 is over you’ll likely be saying WTF a lot more than usual.

Our January newsletter shows you how to “Think outside the box” and gives you more reasons to say Wow, That’s Fantastic!

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