Women need empowerment in these tough economic times
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity it was the season of Light, it was the season of Darkness, it was the spring of hope, it was the winter of despair we had everything direct to Heaven we were all going direct the other way – in short, the period was so far like the present period, that for good or for evil, in the superlative degree of comparison only.
A tale of Two Cities- Charles Dickens.
People today are constantly talking about doom and gloom and a coming Depression, however times now are no different to any other; we need to set ourselves up for diversity no matter what time we live in.
Recently over a million people from over 100 countries gathered online to hear about how they can profit during the coming depression, while simultaneously helping to permanently change the world for the better in the process…
I am also aware that with every third marriage now ending in divorce tough economic times and fierce competition for jobs single mothers and women aged 46 and over are Australia’s new poor and I can’t see it being any different anywhere else in the western world.
To this end, women should be seriously considering their position in the economic world and empowering themselves with the information and knowledge that has been kept secret far too long. Now more than ever opportunities are there for women, we have an open market with the World Wide Web and there are no longer any excuses for women not to prosper and be financially independent.
Empowered women, united can and will make a difference to this world.
The best advice I can give is to think about your current situation and ask how you can position yourself for times of adversity, be one of the army of people empowered with the knowledge and the ability to turn these times into financial freedom for you. Don’t miss your window of opportunity, as you may never have a second chance.
Everyday men and women need to learn the investment strategies of the ultra-rich. I would stop reading the newspapers as that is not where you will get any good strategies or advice only lies and political propaganda that is fed to us on a daily basis.
Don’t let the doom and gloom stop you from making sound investment decisions, look at what the rich are and are not doing. For instance currently the rich are quietly selling their stocks like crazy…
In fact, just a few months ago in October of 2011 alone, company insiders were selling at a ratio of 19 to 1. So for every share they purchased, they sold 19…
Good question, they obviously know something we don’t. Partner with the rich, start talking to those who mentor with the rich, go online find them, you would be surprised how much of their knowledge they are willing to give away for free.
Quite some time ago for instance I read the book “”What are you Waiting For?” by Justin Herald. It would be well worth your while to read books of that nature continually.
As previously indicated there is always doom and gloom out there, if there is a Great Depression coming… You will either lose what you have, or come out the other side wealthier than you have ever been, simply learn how the ultra-rich of the world turn times like these into quick money making ideas and opportunities is the mission should be a priority…
We have seen plenty of protestors out in the streets with valid questions and concerns about globalization but it is here to stay we need to learn how to compete in this market the tide is changing, there are money making investment strategies which are returning 10.5% to 27%, WITHOUT any direct exposure to the extremely volatile stock markets. All you need to do is to arm yourself with the right information and keep in mind stuff happens and is going to continue to happen, don’t let fear stop you from following the ultra-rich….
Would you have invested if you had known the following?
The past 30 years a quick snapshot:
· 17% interest rates
· The recession we had to have
· An oil embargo globally
· The melt down of economies in Asia mainly Japan, our biggest trading partner
· Several droughts in Australia
· Huge bush fires in eastern states
· The Y2K bug – banks crash
· Introduction of GST
· The post-Olympic crash
· September 1, 2001
· Credit Crunch in America
Is it fair to say there will be numerous other things to happen in the years to come?
So what’s the difference between the last 30 years and the next 30 years?
We can’t control global events or the economic cycle. They are going to happen anyway!