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techstrategy 2062 posts  |  Last Activity: 1 hour 32 minutes ago Member since: Nov 9, 2010
  • techstrategy techstrategy 1 hour 32 minutes ago Flag

    All that is necessary is to de-financialize. And subjugating our currency to anything, especially the IMF SDR is treasonous. Mage sure you have physical FRN, keep all excess cash in ST UST and acquire gold and invest in productive domestic assets (which will soar on nominal terms if Rickards is correct). Everyone is upside down right now. Only those who do the fundamentally right thing, each and every day, WITHOUT LEVERAGE AND WITHOUT LIMIT will thrive. Those who fail to do so, and those levered with paper shorts of REAL assets (especially gold and agricultural commodity related) are in for nearly infinite pain. This time, the "TBTJ" control fraud operators, who've effectively exploited and enslaved humanity with their phantom debt ponzi, internalize ALL the losses and pay COMPLETE RESTITUTION (because the alternative is that millions of angry armed Americans and billions globally will exterminate then and their progeny).

  • techstrategy techstrategy 3 hours ago Flag

    The Noise Boys are nearing peak desperation... Don't worry about them. Simply do the right thing, each and every day. They failed to choose wisely and in so doing judged themselves...

  • Great article differentiating between productive and unproductive debt (while we can bash China all we want/because it has engaged in EPIC malinvestment due to "TBTJ" control fraud operator driven distortion, taking on Sovereign debt to one's own people to build "Ghost cities" that will be occupied and improve quality of life is better than taking on debt to buy more unnecessary Chinese made #$%$ we don't need though Amazon...).

    What the author misses is that the endgame is repricing ALL essentially if not inherently fraudulent phantom debt claims in real terms. He should study Exter's pyramid because we are almost through the strong USD phase of de-financialization and from here all fiat craters in real terms (because there's NO TRUST left in the system because of the incessant and nearly infinite abuse by the "TBTJ" control fraud operators)... The endgame is mathematically certain... ;-)

  • "because monetary policy influences real activity with a substantial lag, we should not wait until inflation is back to 2% to begin tightening."

    People, that's because the "TBTJ" control fraud operators are ALWAYS abusing power, position and privilege... Frontrunning boom/bust cycles using inside information on the state of the "monetary" system and "monetary" policy to concentrate more essentially if not inherently fraudulent financial assets dependent upon privately created and controlled phantom debt claims...

    This time they lose. This time, they internalize all the return free risk and future losses. De-financialize each DVD every day using the $5T+ in "Chosen" equity as an effectively unlimited source of funds to acquire REAL wealth (gold) and invest in OUR PEOPLE and OUR NATION'S productive capacity and self sufficiency, the only SUSTAINABLE sources of global economic and military leadership and a stable, prosperous and secure future for your children and theirs.

    The endgame is mathematically certain. Those who do the fundamentally right thing, each and every day, $ for $, WITHOUT LEVERAGE AND WITHOUT LIMIT, will not only survive but thrive while those who fail to prioritize people and instead prioritize those who parasitically profit from perpetuating ponzis will perish... :-)

  • techstrategy techstrategy 5 hours ago Flag

    Of course, the issue of paying people not to work while artificially subsidizing otherwise uneconomical business models comes down to who benefits and who bears the cost... The "Chosen" control fraud operators benefit (engineering duress for Main Street and good oligarchs that actually create value while skimming, scalping and stuffing...) while the people bear the cost through social programs and taxes (remember that until we have Sovereign money, the "TBTJ" control fraud operators capture the seigniorage of "money" creation that would otherwise go to the public coffers to fund not only the military, but our suicidal stability programs, but until then, the people and productive society bear the cost, rather than the "Chosen" "TBTJ" control fraud operators).

    We can change the system... One person and one purchase at a time. Without us "disposable human" pawns as capitulating as customers, the "Chosen" control fraud operators have nothing of lasting value...

  • I encourage all of you to read this... Well written and thoughtful piece that runs counter to some of what I've said. Nonetheless, my goal is to get people to think critically about how to improve the condition of humanity and restore justice, not only to the market, but society writ large. This article provides food for thought.

    I believe it sets up a false dichotomy. INNOVATION IS what powers humanity forward. But innovation itself must have an objective. Right now, all objective functions collapse to accumulating more essentially if not inherently fraudulent financial "assets"... But, when the foundation of the "monetary" system is a privately created and controlled phantom debt ponzi control fraud, the outcomes of that innovation are NOT aligned to humanity's interests. As I said earlier today, excessive globalization is most certainly NOT in the interests of the citizens of this Nation. And if we had honest money and price discovery, we'd quickly discover that business models subsidizing the elimination of human content through excessive globalization (labor arbitrage that consumes dramatically more fossil fuels unnecessarily) or excessive automation (automating tasks that are efficiently and effectively done by people, only to pay them not to work on order to maintain social stability) are not only societally destabilizing, they were only "optimal" because of the fraudulent price signals driven by the "TBTJ" control fraud operators' distortions and nearly infinite abuses...

  • techstrategy techstrategy 8 hours ago Flag

    I've encouraged those fund managers who invest of actual savings (who, alongside their shareholders, have also effectively been robbed by the "TBTJ" HFT/MM option manipulation and ETF frontrunning), but each of us can help change the world from the bottom up with our decisions in our daily lives. Don't buy anything from Amazon... It's business model is about subsidized centralized control (engineered duress for Main Street)... It is the logical limit in gutting local communities and eliminating human content in a job that humans are perfectly capable of doing well. Many local stores have the same stuff at the same prices. Do you not drive by them multiple times a day anyway? You don't have to pay more. Just make "tie go to the greater local content". I'll never buy another coffee at SBUX. Only local coffee shops (cheaper and better in my area). The reality is that most goods we buy are " same stuff, different distributor/dealer". So help the local guy... Over time, it will regenerate local communities and our economy, one purchase at a time.

    It may not seem like much, but VERY profound change ALWAYS emerges from the bottom up. And, if you get the little things right, each and every day, prioritizing people and communities over those parasitically profiting from perpetuating ponzis, the big decisions will be easy.

    The endgame is mathematically certain... Those who do the fundamentally right thing, each and every day will win... :-)

  • techstrategy techstrategy 8 hours ago Flag

    We have millions of people wanting the dignity of work. And we are at an inflection point in history with the development of VASTLY more efficient (from a system level perspective focusing on ALL resources, not just eliminating human content... And for all on WS that continue to focus on artificially subsidizing the elimination of labor and human content, consider that you are the most expensive human content with relatively modest societal value add, so doing so will lead to your obsolescence with certainty) distributed production systems (3D manufacturing is but one example...) that will rebuild and regenerate communities as they INVEST in themselves.

    The future is VERY bright both for this Nation and for humanity writ large. The control fraud operators who've effectively exploited and enslaved humanity are very scared and doing all they can to scare us because THEY AREN'T IN CONTROL. The unit economics of centralized control are inherently inferior now simply because their parasitic structures destroy so much value that the unit economics of doing the right thing are superior...

    My favorite professor at Kellogg was a "good oligarch" Fortune 500 CEO. He told us that he never sweated the big decisions because he had always focused on doing the fundamentally right thing, each and every day, along the way. I didn't fully appreciate it until a couple of years back, but now I do. Life REALLY is much easier when you make sure you do the right thing all the time. You're not burdened by past mistakes (live the accumulated crimes against humanity and treasonous actions against this Nation by the "Chosen" control fraud operators now...). It's never too late to start and when you do, each and every day becomes easier to fully appreciate the gift of life and break free from the artificial "matrix" they've tried to create to shackle you... You'll see how their control fraud operates at the expense of you and humanity broadly...

    (Cont...)

  • Does not require the bloody revolution slinglion (and MANY commenting on ZH) want. What's required is the the people, each one of us, to do the fundamentally right thing, each and every day, and prioritize people. The current system is MUCH less efficient in utilizing truly scarce and perishable resources... It is optimized for centralized control, not for efficient allocation which cannot happen with fraudulent phantom debt claims -- "money" -- as the foundation.

    One can easily see that simply by looking at the deadweight loss for this Nation on outsourcing most the production value add to China/Asia... We waste transportation fuel to move raw materials from around the world, including the US and Canada, to China/Asia to exploit labor arbitrage. Then more as we ship back while the PUBLIC subsidizes underemployment and unemployment so we "afford" to buy those imported goods... All the while, we fail to harness our most valuable perishable resource -- our people. "Money" doesn't create value. People do. And we as a nation CANNOT remain economically or militarily dominant unless we INVEST in OUR PEOPLE and OUR NATION'S productive capacity and self sufficiency, the only sources of SUSTAINABLE leadership and a stable, prosperous and secure future for your children and theirs. Doing so will create a virtuous cycle of REAL growth.

    We have all the resources we need domestically to bring the value add back home and to thrive into the future. We have a "glut" of oil (not really true, but what is true is that we are ideally positioned to make the transition to a de-financialized world with oil storage nearly maxed out, Shale wells drilled but not yet completed available to increase the ST/MT elasticity of supply and keep a lid on prices, hybrid/natural gas/electric engines realizing scale economics and, of course, cellulosic biofuels that CAN meet transportation fuel needs at a LOWER total cost with higher domestic/local ENERGY and LABOR content).

    Continued...

  • techstrategy techstrategy 22 hours ago Flag

    When are you going to bring Trendy back?

  • techstrategy techstrategy 22 hours ago Flag

    Wrong. I always encourage people to do the fundamentally right thing. It's been quite painful to do so the past few years as the "Chosen" control fraud operators did everything they could to retain control of the system, even as it created INCREDIBLE pain for the citizens of this country (their activity for decades has been nothing short of treasonous) while they Fed themselves with "money" from nothing and subsidized monopsony to monopoly plays to engineer duress and weaken all the good oligarchs that could inhibit them. But, they miscalculated. "Money" is not the foundation of markets, economies or societies. Trust is. And they will NEVER have the trust and support of the people. Now, we de-financialize each and every day and those who've run the control frauds will either convert it be crushed under the weight of their collective crimes against humanity... :-)

  • techstrategy techstrategy 22 hours ago Flag

    The moment the S&P starts "dropping like a stone" dramatically accelerate the selling of "Chosen" "TBTJ" banks and Protection Racket Consumption Ponzis (FAN and Apple until it starts investing in OUR PEOPLE and OUR NATION'S productive capacity) and use 50% of the proceeds to acquire/demand delivery of physical gold via GLD or otherwise with the balance in ST UST SENIOR to their fraudulent phantom debt claims... From there, redeploy into domestic producers I've panic sets in (via selling ITM puts after they attack them and the stocks become wildly oversold).

    The endgame is mathematically certain...

  • techstrategy techstrategy Aug 28, 2015 5:24 PM Flag

    I have plenty of issues with GE business practices, but Jeff Immelt is a great leader and GE is in the business of creating value (is exiting the parasitic external finance businesses). You might want to consider Cramer's other professional connections to financial firms... ;-)

  • techstrategy techstrategy Aug 28, 2015 5:06 PM Flag

    Would be fundamentally sound. Unlike the others, GOOG is a true discretionary FCF machine INVESTING in innovation that will improve the condition of humanity. It will thrive regardless of what happens. The others are purely subsidized by the Capital Committee to help engineer duress and maintain control.

  • techstrategy techstrategy Aug 28, 2015 4:58 PM Flag

    We "irrelevant" "disposable human" pawns are in control now. Unlike Chess, there are hundreds of millions of us in this great Nation and billions more in the rest of the world who've been exploited and/or enslaved by the "TBTJ" / "Chosen" phantom debt creation ponzi control fraud. The best play they have is restitution, or the ill gotten wealth will most likely be disgorged via indiscriminate retribution and application of the inheritance tax.

    Choose wisely.

  • Reply to

    Tech will spend another weekend on this board

    by fku_holly Aug 28, 2015 4:01 PM
    techstrategy techstrategy Aug 28, 2015 4:31 PM Flag

    The unwind is accelerating... You don't have long Holly. Convert or perish.

  • How about that oil snapback anyway? Just getting started. The control fraud operators are hyperlevered against fundamentals... :-)

  • techstrategy techstrategy Aug 28, 2015 3:44 PM Flag

    WITHOUT LEVERAGE AND WITHOUT LIMIT... The endgame is mathematically certain... ;-)

  • techstrategy techstrategy Aug 28, 2015 2:25 PM Flag

    Retail has been exiting for awhile Sybs. THERE'S NO TRUST LEFT. The markets are done if those who invest of savings do not exterminate the parasites who've Chosen poorly... Regardless, the REAL economy will be fine and heal as we de-financialize... Physical cash, ST UST and gold are all SENIOR to their fraudulent phantom debt claims, so this time they'll get wiped out completely. Even the control fraud operators would be better served choosing wisely and repricing phantom debt claims in real terms instead of trying to control collapse...

  • techstrategy techstrategy Aug 28, 2015 2:18 PM Flag

    Bump. "Chosen" equities are a $5T+ effectively unlimited source of funds to acquire REAL wealth (gold) and invest in OUR PEOPLE and OUR NATION'S productive capacity and self sufficiency, the only SUSTAINABLE sources of global economic and military leadership and a stable, prosperous and secure future for YOUR children and theirs...

    The endgame is mathematically certain. Those who do the fundamentally right thing, each and every minute of each and every day will not only survive but thrive while those who fail to prioritize people over parasitically profiting from ponzis will perish...

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