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Why the Markets Reject Socialism

A real simple solution to why the markets reject socialism is illustrated by the markets embracing capitalism.

But somehow the thinking process gets messed up along the way.

The truth is most of the rejection has to do with how you perceive the markets.

And globalist megalomaniacs (Cough! Klaus Schwab and his World Economic Forum elitists, Cough! Cough!) would have you believe that Socialism is good because “you’ll own nothing and be happy.”

Nothing could be further from the truth.


When Markets Reject Socialism


We’ve said it many times before how “The Markets Are Always Right” in that they tell the true story why Socialism has a 100% failure rate.


Venezuela is glaring proof.


Ironically (or NOT) because of its oil reserves, Venezuela was one of the wealthiest nations on the planet.

However, after only one decade of embracing Socialism they fell into abject poverty.


And it’s only one of many historical examples.


But the point is how Socialism is based on corruption.




Corruption is the term most often used to describe socialist leaders. (Cough! Liberal politics, Cough! Cough!)




Contrary to popular belief, Socialism is not compassionate.


It is inhumane and enslaves millions, both economically and spiritually.





But…and this is a Very Big Butt…


The markets have a way of leveling the playing field by punishing companies who don’t produce something that benefits society.


And you won’t find the smart money moving towards nations or economies promoting Socialism.



The markets (smart money) always seek the safest harbor.


And it’s another reason why the markets are always right.


Some may disagree with us saying how the markets are corrupt, manipulated, and it’s not always about money.

And to a certain extent that’s true.



However, money is a major hindrance to any socialist utopian society.




Because socialists’ never-ending wish list of government programs NEEDS an unending supply of money.


And the markets ultimately reject government theft (taxes) by moving away from Socialism.


So, for now – and as bad as things seem – our markets are still the safest place be on the planet.


Turbulent Times are here…and will likely get worse before they get better.


But we’re still in the Most Hated Bull Market in History.

And opportunities abound for those with “ears to hear.”


So, learn how to prosper AND thrive in Turbulent Times in our “…In Plain English” newsletter (HERE).


And learn how the market’s rejection of Socialism will destroy the Great Reset/Globalists plan of a New World Order (HERE).


Share this with a friend…even if they believe Socialism works.

They’ll thank YOU later.


We’re Not Just About Finance.

But we use finance to give you hope.



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