Wednesday , 18 October 2017


Tag Archives: financial entertainment

Fear Mongers or Prophets? Here’s What Some Say

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In the business of financial journalism, nothing sells better than fear - all-out financial, economic devastation and collapse, and the worst of all possible scenarios crouching on your doorstep ready to jump out and get you at any moment. Welcome to the doom-and-gloom “financial-tainment” industry. Get comfortable and start reading these highly addictive, sensationally-driven, doom-and-gloom financial commentaries and ask yourself if they are just fear mongering or could well be prophetic in their forecasts.

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Bored Today? Need Some Financial Entertainment? Go No Further

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What sells better than sex? In the business of financial journalism, nothing – and I mean nothing – tops fear and I’m not just talking about a little bit of fear either. No. We’re talking all-out financial, economic devastation and collapse, and the worst of all possible scenarios crouching on your doorstep ready to jump out and get you at any moment. Welcome to the doom-and-gloom “financial-tainment” industry. Get comfortable and start reading these highly addictive, sensationally-driven, doom-and-gloom financial commentaries. Great entertainment!

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This Weekend’s Financial Entertainment: A “Rant” On the Reality of the U.S. Economic Situation

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The saying, "Fool me once shame on you, fool me twice shame on me" suggests that the general populace of America should be very, very ashamed! It is evident that they are prone to being fooled and robbed over and over again as they invest in a fake stock market, are sold over-valued housing and accept scraps of partial employment, food stamps, poverty level social security and poor healthcare from incompetent governance - and then try to escape by using credit and debt to keep up a standard of living without ever acquiring anything of real value.

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