Stock Market Wealth


by | Stock Market Wealth

Stock Market Wealth


by | Stock Market Wealth

Most people think that today’s wealth gap and income inequality circumstances are outrageous, but in the coming downturn, in the heat of the crisis and the ensuing transfer of wealth, the PAIN will become unbearable and even greater.

Throughout history, investment bubbles erupt when one faction of the population, a segment of the retail community, gets the short end of the stick, by buying at the absolute top, when prices make no sense. In the past 10 years, though, the general public hasn’t been BUYING assets at all.

The public at large is terrified of stocks, bonds, real estate, and financial instruments promoted by Wall Street.

The public, for whatever it’s worth, holds cash as its main position.

What’s been the worst asset class to own in the past 10 years, when stocks, bonds and real estate all surged higher? It has been CASH.

The next transfer of wealth is from low inflation to high inflation, eroding the purchasing power of the public even further.

Between now and then, though, the stock market is BOOMING – investors are definitely pricing in a trade deal, a Trump victory or a centric-democrat victory, as well as a resolution to Brexit. The overall state of mind is that things are chugging along and will continue to do so.

In the past 10 years, every time some investors called the top, they were wrong. Therefore, the prevailing notion is that being too bearish is costly in these times of never-ending monetary stimulus packages and that asset prices are clearly EXPENSIVE, but that as long as slow growth and low interest rates remain the dominant forces, there’s a GREEN LIGHT to keep buying assets.

There is without a doubt a sense that investors are tired of constantly worrying – they are almost clinging onto hope, as a mere tactic to overcome mental fatigue. They’re making a mistake.

Take a look at this cycle:


CEOs are starting to face the possibility of not hiring and of even sacking some employees, since wages have been steadily rising since bottoming in 2014 and it is EATING INTO profits.

Wages are the chief expense of corporations that shrink profit margins and cause inflation to tick up.

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    In an interview with a major financial channel, released yesterday, the host asked me to describe the world’s financial system. I asked listeners to imagine a 2-story building, where a party is going on for a few VIP guests on the top floor, while on the ground level, there’s a mass of people who can hear the festivities, but don’t get access to enjoy them.

    They’re frustrated, since they had a lot to do with making the party happen in the first place. The party people are the elites, with the DJ being the central banks, which pump cheap credit into the elite’s bank accounts and keep the party going.

    Meanwhile, at ground zero, there’s no DJ, just scraps and lots of pent-up anger.


    This chart tells you in graphic form the reason that the trickle effect theory – promoted by the central banks ever since 2008 and until present day – has TOTALLY FAILED.

    75 million Americans earn $30,000 a year, which is the equivalent of one share of the Dow Jones Industrial Average, whose components include 3M, Apple, American Express, Microsoft, Verizon, Walmart and Visa.

    These American-based dominators have seen DRAMATIC market cap multiplication in the past 10 years, yet everyday Americans haven’t been reaping any of the rewards.

    Not only that, but since the trend is higher wages, they’re about to start receiving notices to clear their desks:


    When stocks crash, as billionaire Ray Dalio – one of the world’s wealthiest individuals and best hedge fund manager ever – believes it will, by March 2020 the DJ (central banks) will panic.

    The problem is that any CRISIS in an election year will be bad for Donald Trump, so bet your bottom dollar that the GOVERNMENT will want to replace the music with their own!

    2020 will be the wildest year of our lives; guaranteed.

    Best Regards,

    Lior Gantz

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