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Here is the latest conversation I had with money manager Andrew Horowitz…. new insights for anyone who invests in anything. Ever think about short-selling? Horowitz has been uncanny at predicting the recent market movement. What to do? This chat is presented as-is for anyone who wants to listen in.

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  1. soundwash says:

    (haven’t listened to the podcast yet..

    “Horowitz Sees Nothing Good. Doom and Gloom Report! Yikes!”

    ah…not for nothing, but i could have
    told you that last year..some people
    told us this in 2001.

    ah, John, one only needs to STOP
    watching CNN (and TV all together)
    to know the real hell congress is about to hit us with this summer/fall/winter and beyond..

    we are mirroring the 1930 crash almost perfectly..so..figure, 10 years before we get out of it.

    -maybe 20yrs/never, -if the cap&trade and health care bill’s pass especially without even being read

    -plus, these idiots in congress want to give The Fed even more power(s) to boot??

    Here, read some 100+ articles i’ve flagged on my google reader page

    http://google.com/reader/shared/09271996134321387068

    (last main update was June 2nd, -plenty
    of warnings…i’ll update again later tonight.

    imo, we will take a back seat to the BRIC
    block no later than winter next year..

    -s

  2. yoiksandaway says:

    Nothing can be done. The people in charge of regulating the economy are utterly in the pocket of the people making the money.

    There truly is no hope. The bankers are truly the Lords of the Universe, and it is utterly impossible for that to ever change. They will always take what they want under the guns of the local, state and federal “sheriffs”. They are going to take and take and never give back, and we are too passive to fight back. Revolution is not going to happen.

    Learn to barter and be happy with less.

    I used to think Noam Chomsky was a nut…but he was just premature. I have left the US for a country where my everyday life is less regulated….economy sucks, but I can make a simple living without being regulated to death. I do not intend to come back. The US is over and it’s just too sad to watch from close up.

  3. soundwash says:

    #2 Said:

    “Learn to barter and be happy with less.”

    sadly, it wont be 6 months before this becomes a reality here in the U.S.

    “Revolution is not going to happen.”

    sure it will.. -there will be huge
    revolts from behind the FEMA fences when
    Americans learn that there is no Cable
    TV in the FEMA camps..

    as for the rest of your post, -it’s spot on.

    -it will be pure chaos in the big cities.

    (google reader link updated)

    -s

  4. The Elite Establishment says:

    TVLand is running a Roseanne marathon, watch it while you can. 🙂

  5. ECA says:

    i WOULD START WATCHING THE SEASONAL COMMODITIES..
    they work very well most times, and we have had Good rains this year, and the prices of food are going UP..
    As MILK, Dairies are hitting the wall and suffering the price of MILK and Ice cream go up..

  6. bajabiz says:

    Have to agree with #2 I left the us 20 years ago and returned temporarily to assist a friend with his business while he is in the hospital. I wont even comment on his care but I get much better and cheaper care overall in my third world country. but
    I digress. my point is the decay within our country in the 20 years that i didn’t see until i was back on an extended stay and had to deal day to day with the whole rotten structure from minor government hacks to surly help at most retail establishments. And that is only the surface. Fortunately for me i will be returning south in Oct or Nov and my visits in the future will only be day trips.

  7. RTaylor says:

    When you fire a pistol into a persons head, no power can take it back. You have to live with the consequences. Government intervention may delay, or soften the crash for a few people, but not prevent it. This has been coming since the mid fifties. We have been living in a fools paradise. No one in authority has been willing to admit it, or try to stop it.

  8. KMFIX says:

    I’ve only been listening to these shows for about 3 months… They’re all doom/gloom… but it always sounds like DH is making money, so is it really that bad?

  9. newrepublican says:

    Poor, ignorant little fieldmice.

    People like Mullaly at Ford must be so wrong – scheduling increases in production. And over half the foreclosures have already been resold.

    Then we have the $30bbl of oil that’s been guaranteed by the pundits in charge of this discussion.

    I guess I’ll have to bookmark this Post/comments – just to wander back in 12-18 months – certainly before the 2012 elections – and stick it your collective eye.

  10. Dallas says:

    Didn’t listen to Horrorwitz but I can tell you we are in good hands now versus the Cheney regime.

    It is refreshing to see Obama focus on these huge domestic issues created during the angry Cheney presidency.

    I attribute Cheney’s anger and war mentality from lack of sunshine in that undisclosed bunker. Rumor has it that he is still there and what you see is a well crafted double.

  11. Bob says:

    #12, yeah, printing money at a record pace, which will soon breed huge inflation. Only a political hack would think we are in good shape now.

  12. xnfec says:

    just out of interest, as an excercise, what would happen if you took all the buy recommendations from analysts at goldman etc. and shorted them.

  13. Zybch says:

    #8 “Austrailia, Japan, are in the process of rejecting Global warming as man caused…”

    I dunno about Japan, but Australia ISN’T.
    Go peddle your pro god-gave-us-this-planet-to-screw-up rubbish elsewhere.


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