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ROCKEFELLER’S BURIED SECRET: The Deficit Crisis UNFOLDS!
150 years ago, John D. Rockefeller founded Standard Oil, which became so dominant that at one point it controlled 90% of all U.S. oil production. That’s quite honestly, the largest legal monopoly of all time. Many have argued that Rockefeller’s company was simply the most efficient in what it was doing, so it should have been allowed to grow at will, yet the government forced it to split up. In 1911, it was dismantled according to antitrust laws.
Two of its offshoots are Exxon and Chevron, so clearly, whatever Rockefeller instilled culturally, survived even splitting Standard Oil into 34 separate entities.
He was a ruthless industrialist, when judged by today’s world. Even then, many accused him of being a vicious businessman.
What isn’t debatable is that he knew how to make money, boatloads of it.
The Rockefellers were PRUDENT savers. If every congressman would get educated on the ways of this family, and every American took the time to learn about them, a savings revolution would commence.
America is a junky and its addictions are credit and debt.
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Rockefeller’s advice on savings was so simple that I’ve been applying it ever since I discovered it. What he suggests is that you go over every payment you make and each one that you receive and then present it to someone else, so that they can give you their opinion on it.
If anyone else knew how you spent your money, would they be inspired or shocked?
Washington spends money in ways that are LUDICROUS!
In 2015, as an example, the Department of Defense signed away $283,500 of your money to monitor baby gnatcatchers (birds). The Government Auditing Standards found that the Washington blew through $3.1 billion on workers placed on administrative leave during Obama’s 2nd term.
The Treasury JUST announced that in January it overspent by $32.6 billion; in each of January’s calendar days, this comes out to $1 billion more in expenses than in revenue.
Corporations run like Rockefeller’s stay nimble and remain in business for decades.
The Rockefeller descendants have a lousy reputation and for good reason: they’ve been instrumental in forming policies that have hurt the middle class.
The banking sector also has a horrible reputation, especially after 2008, but Citigroup (NYSE: C) has made drastic improvements to its core business focus and is today the CHEAPEST of all major banks, with a P/E ratio of 9.82, compared with the S&P 500’s 25.34. Even compared with other major banks, it is well below the average.
Only true contrarians bet on banks delivering big returns these days. Most shun away from them, but Citigroup (NYSE: C) is isolated from the coronavirus and is in growth mode!
It’s a $172B business, yet it is worth much more than that, as I see it. Several years ago, investors wrote off MSFT and I bought my position for a cost of $28.78/share and regret every cent that I’d put elsewhere. That position is up 541%, not including Microsoft’s dividends over the past few years.
Microsoft is part of the MAGA stocks, worth close to one trillion or just over that. On the other side of the spectrum, there are micro-cap businesses, which are only 3-4 years old and are looking to become a brand one day.
This week, we profiled Koios Beverage Corp. (CSE: KBEV & US: KBEVF), a strong contender in my book, to lead the nootropics and functional beverages sector with potentional to turn into a wellness brand over time.
The risks of speculating in small companies are inherently huge.
Those risks are mitigated by: (1) paying discounted prices for your shares; (2) by allocating manageable sums that don’t represent over 1% of one’s net worth (that’s how I do it); (3) by understanding the business thoroughly (visiting GNC locations and Walmart stores that sell the product, speaking with management and with the CEO on numerous occasions and tasting the beverages, among other matters); and (4) by following developments closely.
One of the best-performing stocks of the century – a 100-bagger, which is a company that delivers 100:1 returns – is Monster Beverages.
When the public likes a certain brand and turns loyal to it, the sky is the limit (just ask Tim Cook).
Think like a Rockefeller when it comes to spending. Think like a businessman when it comes to investing. Think like THIS when it comes to your life.
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