The Strategic Truth about Investing
How to Invest Profitably Using a Simple 50/50 Basis,
plus a Non-Nonsense, Unorthodox Briefing on Current Global Economics
"The Strategic Truth about Investing: How to Invest Profitably Using a Simple 50/50 Basis, plus a Non-Nonsense, Unorthodox Briefing on Current Global Economics" is relevant, timeless, and breaks away from the pack, bringing clarity to the investment industry, its practices, and professional reliability, and is written for individuals seeking reliable sources on how to invest profitably.
In addition, balance sheets of public corporations are analyzed in a simple, yet
very different manner, uncovering how some well-known blue chip stocks have Zero
($0) Equity - while some are negative.
The book empowers non-financial individuals to take control of their investments, and outlines an easy to understand investment model using risk/reward ratio, commission/capital ratio, and simple to implement technical analysis tools, with a basis on a 50/50 probability.
In addition, the book constructs non-academic, straightforward, unconventional, and non-nonsensical global economic analyses, blending the author's personal insight and experiences with publicly available economic data, historical facts, and current news — while injecting a small dose of humor and satire along the way, to remove the dryness often packaged with financially oriented books. To bring perspective to the U.S. and the global marketplace, a streamlined and focused examination of international social and cultural factors is added.
Parallels are drawn to every day non-financial experiences to further strengthen the concepts being explained, while highlighting the common, frequently concealed fallacies associated with the investment industry. A number of questions are posed throughout — some rhetorical, others theoretical — to engage the reader and stimulate her/his own opinion construction process through critical thinking.
The Obama Ideological Crab Trap
The Last Socialist Experiment The World Will Ever See
The question is not “Are we better off?” but “Where are we going?” “The Obama
Ideological Crab Trap: The Last Socialist Experiment The World Will Ever See”
captures the current political climate, and how the policies that lurk in the
shadows will have a negative impact on America’s future. The book was authored
by Carlos X. Alexandre, a politically independent American citizen without a
political ax to grind, and a pragmatic observer of economics, financial markets
and politics, and having lived through a real revolution in the 1970s, he shares
his experiences and observations of affirmed Socialists and Communists. Then
while showing how “Health Care Law Is a Trojan Horse,” a true and personal event
is included that highlights the true cause behind escalating health care costs —
a $10,000 hospital bill for a 24-hour stay and minimal care, including vital
services that were billed but not provided.
America is in a state of political metamorphosis, and the author, a first
generation immigrant, delivers a concise and Politically Incorrect perspective
that covers the undeniable fact that “Racism Is Becoming Meaningless” and is
used for political gain, while examining the politically charged “Immigration
Game.” “Deception and the Mighty Media” is dissected beyond the pettiness of
political finger pointing and mindless intellectual games, and why the “Economic
Drama Is Misunderstood.” The case is made on how the undeniable Socialist
foundation being laid is detrimental to the nation's well-being, while “Obama’s
Defining Moments” — extremism, censorship and government central planning —
emphasize the ideological embrace that is continuously disavowed.
The Europeanization of America is the ultimate goal of the Obama administration,
and the ideological forces that continue to push hidden agendas can be found in
the words and actions of well known individuals and personalities — Barack
Obama, George Clooney, Paul Krugman, Peter Orszag, Jesse Jackson and Andrea
Mitchell, among others — while the dots are exceptionally well connected. In
conclusion, the Ideological Crab Trap, a socially detrimental and self-defeating
model, delivers power to the select few that have no intentions of helping the
masses, only themselves.