世界金融風暴2010春天  

面對新的系統風險:

社會福利與赤字將會扼殺西方國家


GEAB N°40 is available! Spring 2010 – A new tipping point of the global systemic crisis: When the slip knot around public deficits is going to strangle Western states and their social security systems
- Public announcement GEAB N°40 (December 16, 2009) -
原文(全)連結:
http://www.leap2020.eu/GEAB-N-40-is-available!-Spring-2010-A-new-tipping-point-of-the-global-systemic-crisis-When-the-slip-knot-around-public_a4093.html



昨天頭條新聞:法國央行宣布

黃金於2010年中上看$1500


並預計石油和原物料在2010年度緩步趨堅
鋅、銀到2010年底投報率將會超過黃金的表現。


PRICE FORECASTS
Yesterday's Top Story: Gold heading for $1,500 before mid-2010- SocGen
The bank suggests buying into the recent commodities correction as it expects precious metals to outperform the rest over six months as investors' fears intensify about inflationary pressures exacerbated by political interference.
Author: Rhona O'Connell
Posted:  Wednesday , 16 Dec 2009
LONDON -  
In its latest quarterly Commodity Review, investment bank Société Générale forecasts continued strength in investor flows into commodities in the first half of 2010, helped by central banks keeping policy rates at extremely low levels.  The bank suggests that, not least due to the size of the output gap in the United States, the recently developed fears of an increase in FOMC interest rate policy has been overdone and therefore recommends buying into the latest correction in commodity prices.


原文(全)連結:
http://www.mineweb.com/mineweb/view/mineweb/en/page31?oid=94594&sn=Detail


 

黃金上漲壓力將打擊其他投資
黃金若漲至$3000,世界將成為「惡地」

金價未來兩年內看到$3000美元的機率遠大於$800美元
投資家吉姆‧羅傑斯2010年金價看$2000~$3000美元
少數人認為金價還可以上看至$5000~$10000美元


Conditions for gold rally could crush other assets
Gold at $3,000 an ounce would turn world to a "terrible place," says one analyst
By V. Phani Kumar & Myra P. Saefong, MarketWatch
HONG KONG (MarketWatch) -- Several analysts predict a rise in gold prices to dizzying heights in the next two years, but if those forecasts prove true, even gold bugs will need to stay alert to ensure that gains in the metal aren't overwhelmed by losses on other parts of their portfolio.
That's because the economic conditions under which one would expect gold to thrive resemble an investor's nightmare -- possible hyperinflation, collapse of the U.S. dollar or a surge in yields on Treasurys -- may be conditions under which other asset classes such as fixed income and equities could take a major hit.

原文(全)連結:
http://www.marketwatch.com/story/conditions-for-gold-rally-could-crush-other-assets-2009-12-18



中國對黃金與金屬原料擁有巨大需求

無論在黃金、白銀、白金、鈀、鋁銅鎳鉛鋅錫鐵、塑化原料等
中國都將有驚人的需求。
(看樣子2010台塑、中石化的股價有搞頭)


China's rising appetite for buillion and base metals

LONDON (Commodity Online): No country in the world has such a rising appetite for base metals like copper, aluminium, lead and precious bullion metals such as gold, silver and platinum like China. The dragon country is going all out to amass massive quantities of base metals and bullion in its reserves.

Following is an analysis from BNP Paribas Fortis metals monthly - December 2009, Fortis/VM Group on China's thirst for base metals and precious metals:

China's rapacious appetite for base metals has shaped this market throughout 2009; without China, and the promise of its long-term growth, prices would be languishing at almost half their current level. Now that China has reiterated it will maintain a relatively loose monetary policy in 2010, and forecasts for China's GDP growth next year are already exceeding 9%, the year ahead is unlikely to see much price weakness for base metal's if anything, the reverse. We also expect speculative investment levels to rise, given what is now almost certain to be an effectively zero interest-rate environment during the whole of 2010. That spells persistent weakness for the US dollar and, with economic recovery likely across almost all the OECD countries, 2010 is shaping up to see base metals prices shift beyond their 2009 highs and perhaps challenge levels last seen in H1 2008. The only real negatives are the massive inventories and the threat of over-supply, as miners and smelters ramp-up by too much, and too soon.

Gold

The gold price soared above $1,200/oz in December and then fell back $70/oz in a single day. With the weight of investment, money that has built up in gold over the last few months such volatile trading is inevitable. Until we have a much more stable global macro-economic environment, we see gold prices remaining firm at high and possibly higher levels, although the waters will become progressively choppier.

Silver

Silver underperformed gold in the latest leg of their recent tandem-rally, and slightly outperformed, when gold gave up some of its price gains. In the longer-term, we envisage silver performing relatively better than gold, given its greater industrial demand profile and potential new applications. But short-term the focus is on financial and economic uncertainties - and the mini-panic will sustain gold much more than silver.

Platinum

Jewellery demand continues to provide a floor to the platinum market, as shown by the latest data regarding Chinese demand. Auto catalyst demand, however, could be hit by what is looking like a much lower figure in Germany in 2010 for new car sales.

Palladium

Palladium has fallen back, along with other precious metals, but its supply demand fundamentals have been improving. The only major concern for its medium-term outlook is whether the recent remarkable pace of Chinese car sales growth can be sustained.

Aluminium

Aluminium demand is improving slowly, but production is relentlessly rising. How this dynamic plays-out, and the extent to which huge exchange and off market stocks might be eroded, will determine the price trajectory in 2010. For now, we regard this as the base metal least likely to rise significantly in price next year - at least until visible stock levels come down sharply

Copper

Near-term weakness in supply-demand fundamentals has done little to slow the rally above $7,000/t, because copper's longer-term prospects are extremely price supportive, and speculative investment remains determinedly encouraged by this prospect. There appears little ahead to change sentiment, and we are bullish on copper's price promise in 2010.

Nickel

Nickel remains a puzzle. On the one hand, LME warehouse stocks are rising, and new mine supply is waiting in the wings. On the other hand higher exchange nickel stocks might not tell the whole story, since the global nickel, market was in deficit in Q3 2009 and fairly balanced so far in Q4.

Lead and zinc

Lead and zinc are tracking copper and in zinc's case will continue to do so for much of 2010. The lead rally, we suspect, will come off the boil in Q1 2010, as supply builds and demand weakens slightly.

Tin

Indonesia is again pledging to reduce output in 2010, demand is picking up, China's production is still below its peak - the scenario for 2010 is for stronger prices especially if OECD countries recover more normal rates of economic growth.

Steel

There is now some respite on the horizon for OECD steel makers, but prices are only inching up, as demand is slow to rise. However, H1 2010 will see a marked improvement as restocking gets into full swing, but H2 2010 may see the emergence of Chinese steel exports, which could crimp prices just as they get going.

Plastics

Margins are tightening and even moving into negative territory as feedstock costs rise on higher oil prices. But demand for polypropylene and linear lowdensity polyethylene remains weak and costs cannot be completely passed to consumers. Supply shutdowns should follow, with conditions improving by Q2 2010.

原文(全)連結:
http://www.commodityonline.com/news/Chinas-rising-appetite-for-buillion-and-base-metals-23988-3-1.html

華爾街爆破小組下個目標
高盛將趨使YRC破產
先放空的將大賺一票

Hoffa Says Goldman Sachs Driving YRC Into Bankruptcy
By Pierre Paulden and Shannon D. Harrington
 
Dec. 17 (Bloomberg) -- International Brotherhood of Teamsters President James Hoffa said Goldman Sachs Group Inc. is creating derivatives trades that would profit from the bankruptcy of YRC Worldwide Inc., the trucking company trying to avert failure with a debt exchange.
The most profitable securities firm in Wall Street history “is actively soliciting bond trades for clients and underwriting credit-default swaps to benefit from a failed exchange and resulting bankruptcy,” Hoffa, the union leader, wrote in a letter dated yesterday to Goldman Sachs Chief Executive Officer Lloyd Blankfein.
YRC, the biggest U.S. trucker by sales, is extending the exchange offer deadline to Dec. 23, after investors holding 75 percent of its debt initially agreed to the exchange, below the 95 percent required by bank lenders. As of 5 p.m. in New York yesterday, participation fell to 57 percent, the Overland Park, Kansas-based company said in a statement. The company said it believes some bondholders have withdrawn because they want to tender their notes only on the expiration date.

原文(全)連結:
http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601087&sid=acksj8K4k19k&pos=7

 

花旗銀行怪罪政府的股份提案

喬治亞洲第25兼銀行倒閉時,
政府這次沒有按照銀行「肥貓們」的計畫走,
花旗竟然趕「嗆聲」美國財政部和FDIC,
國王們醜陋的臉孔逐漸浮現台面…


Citi Blames Gov't on Outcome of Equity Offer
As banks clear the TARP hurdle, Citi laments Treasury's willingness to let Wells Fargo offering hit the market, Barrons.com's Bob O'Brien reports.
Atlanta-based RockBridge Commercial Bank became the 25th Georgia-based bank to fail this year. The FDIC was unable to find another institution to take over the failed bank, and so will mail checks to retail depositors for insured funds.
RockBridge Commercial Bank had roughly $294 million in assets and $291.7 million in deposits as of Sept. 30. Its failure will cost the federal deposit-insurance fund $124.2 million, the regulator said.

原文(全)連結:
http://www.marketwatch.com/story/seven-us-banks-closed-2009-failures-at-140-2009-12-18


聯準會就是老鼠會

國庫券買賣記錄全都是假帳


艾力克‧史包特控訴聯準會
國債與國庫券買賣記錄數字造假。
(這會比連續劇還精彩,期待今年度後續發展)


Eric Sprott: The Fed Is A Ponzi, The Treasury Purchase Data Is A Lie
Joe Weisenthal | Dec. 24, 2009, 7:59 AM
For your holiday edification, here's Eric Sprott railing against the Fed, and claiming fictitious numbers. (via ZeroHedge)


原文(全)連結:
http://www.businessinsider.com/eric-sprott-the-fed-is-a-ponzi-the-treasury-purchase-data-is-a-lie-2009-12



摩根大通:放空美元、

買進3A級商用抵押擔保債券,

並看多新興市場債券


他們2010投資建議:
1.做多新興市場股市(怪不得外資買超台股)
2.相對新興市場的外匯市場放空美元
3.對歐元和日圓放空美元
4.逕行放空美國公司與抵押擔保債券MBS
5.逕行做多美國高殖利率債券
6.調整投資組合,相對美國國庫券提高美國
  高配息股票與新興市場外債之比例
7.做多新興市場公司債
8.提高景氣循環股比例
9.逕行做多二線銀行公債,與美國政府公債對做
10.做多3A級抵押擔保債券MBS


JPMorgan: Short The Dollar, Buy AAA CMBS, And Go Long Emerging Market Credit In 2010
The Pragmatic Capitalist | Dec. 24, 2009, 7:36 AM
(This guest post originally appeared at the author's blog)
JP Morgan has been one of the more prescient banks on Wall Street in the last few years.  Not only did management steer them clear of many of the troubles the other banks were in, but their analysts have been spot-on with regards to the trading environment.  They were believers of the reflation trade before the term was even coined.  Now, they see many of the trends from 2009 continuing into 2010 and here’s how their 10 favorite ways to play it:
Our top 10 trades are:
(1) long EM equities;
(2) short USD versus EM FX;
(3) short USD versus EUR and JPY in 1H;
(4) short US agencies and MBS outright;
(5) long US HY outright;
(6) overweight US HG and EM external debt versus USTs;
(7) long EM corporate credit;
(8) overweight cyclicals within equities;
(9) long lower-tier II bank bonds outright and versus government debt;
(10) long AAA CMBS/RMBS and A-rated CLOs.

原文(全)連結:
http://www.businessinsider.com/jpmorgan-short-the-dollar-buy-aaa-cmbs-and-go-long-emerging-market-credit-in-2010-2009-12



人民幣積極取代美元在亞洲國貿的地位

隨著人民幣日益重要,
香港開始積極配合亞洲地區未來的貿易趨勢。


Renminbi set to replace US dollar for trade in Asia Pacific
Author: Georgina Lee
Source: Asia Risk | 27 Dec 2009
Hong Kong moves to position itself as clearing hub for renminbi-based transactions
The Chinese renminbi is taking on an increased role in the Asia-Pacific region, and is expected over time to replace traditionally dominant currencies such as the US dollar and the euro for certain transactions.


原文(全)連結:
http://www.risk.net/asia-risk/news/1566563/renminbi-set-replace-us-dollar-trade-asia-pacific



中國的黃金儲備是否能在

十年內超越美國?

幾大趨勢做為證據:
☆ 中國政府和人民都清楚瞭解美元的末日
☆ 黃金白銀買賣中心如雨後春筍般的在全國
     各地冒出,連北京機場都有設點。
☆ 兩年前民眾買賣黃金還是非法的,現在

     任何人都可以買到銀行擔保的金銀券。
☆ 中國金銀相關類股大漲二至四倍。


 
Can China beat US in gold reserves in 10 years?     By David Lew
China has set the most ambitious task on gold reserves and gold mining: take the country’s gold holdings from the current 1054 tonnes to a massive 10,000 tonnes in the next 10 years.

Is this grand task a realistic plan or a golden dream? Chinese officials say the dragon country wants to overtake the United States in gold reserves. America is the world leader in gold reserves. America owns 8133 tonnes of gold reserves that accounts for 76.5% of its foreign exchange reserves. Naturally, the Chinese plan is to ensure that bulk of its foreign exchange reserves--currently held in the forms of US dollar and bonds--is turned into gold reserves..

原文(全)連結:
http://www.commodityonline.com/printnews.php?news_id=24146



我們的美國完蛋了!

ShadowStats.com創始人約翰‧威廉斯

解釋美國面臨超通膨的大危機。

最壞的情況:暴民掃街,

全國退回以物易物時代

美國政府已經確認是破產了。
目前進入經濟超大蕭條已經在半途上。
至少會有德國威瑪政權式的超通膨發生。
政府早該在20年前動手處理這個問題
現在為時已晚,回天乏術了。
一般民眾只能靠自己來保護自己的資產。
建議購買實體黃金與白銀,
甚至在美國國外置產投資。
年輕人可以考慮到海外發展。


We're Screwed!
ShadowStats.com founder John Williams explains the risk of hyperinflation. Worst-case scenario? Rioting in the streets and devolution to a bartering system.
Comments (121)
Thursday, December 31, 2009
By Phil Maymin
Do you believe everything the government tells you? Economist and statistician John Williams sure doesn't. Williams, who has consulted for individuals and Fortune 500 companies, now uncovers the truth behind the U.S. government's economic numbers on his Web site at ShadowStats.com. Williams says, over the last several decades, the feds have been infusing their data with optimistic biases to make the economy seem far rosier than it really is. His site reruns the numbers using the original methodology. What he found was not good.
 
Maymin: So we are technically bankrupt?
Williams: Yes, and when countries are in that state, what they usually do is rev up the printing presses and print the money they need to meet their obligations. And that creates inflation, hyperinflation, and makes the currency worthless.
 
Obama says America will go bankrupt if Congress doesn't pass the health care bill.
Well, it's going to go bankrupt if they do pass the health care bill, too, but at least he's thinking about it. He talks about it publicly, which is one thing prior administrations refused to do. Give him credit for that. But what he's setting up with this health care system will just accelerate the process.
 
Where are we right now?
In terms of the GDP, we are about halfway to depression level. If you look at retail sales, industrial production, we are already well into depressionary. If you look at things such as the housing industry, the new orders for durable goods we are in Great Depression territory. If we have hyperinflation, which I see coming not too far down the road, that would be so disruptive to our system that it would result in the cessation of many levels of normal economic commerce, and that would throw us into a great depression, and one worse than was seen in the 1930s.
 
What kind of hyperinflation are we talking about?
I am talking something like you saw with the Weimar Republic of the 1930s. There the currency became worthless enough that people used it actually as toilet paper or wallpaper. You could go to a fine restaurant and have an expensive dinner and order an expensive bottle of wine. The next morning that empty bottle of wine is worth more as scrap glass than it had been the night before filled with expensive wine.
We just saw an extreme example in Zimbabwe. ... Probably the most extreme hyperinflation that anyone has ever seen. At the same time, you still had a functioning, albeit troubled, Zimbabwe economy. How could that be? They had a workable backup system of a black market in U.S. dollars. We don't have a backup system of anything. Our system, with its heavy dependence on electronic currency, in a hyperinflation would not do well. It would probably cease to function very quickly. You could have disruptions in supply chains to food stores. The economy would devolve into something like a barter system until they came up with a replacement global currency.
 
What can we do to avoid hyperinflation? What if we just shut down the Fed or something like that?
We can't. The actions have already been taken to put us in it. It's beyond control. The government does put out financial statements usually in December using generally accepted accounting principles, where unfunded liabilities like Medicare and Social Security are included in the same way as corporations account for their employee pension liabilities. And in 2008, for example, the one-year deficit was $5.1 trillion dollars. And that's instead of the $450 billion, plus or minus, that was officially reported.
 
Wow.
These numbers are beyond containment. Even the 2008 numbers, you can take 100 percent of people's income and corporate profit and you'd still be in deficit. There's no way you can raise enough money in taxes.
 
What about spending?
If you eliminated all federal expenditures except for Medicare and Social Security, you'd still be in deficit. You have to slash Social Security and Medicare. But I don't see any political will to rein in the costs the way they have to be reined in. There's just no way it can be contained. The total federal debt and net present value of the unfunded liabilities right now totals about $75 trillion. That's five times the level of GDP.
 
What can we, the people, do to stop the government from, you know, taking all our money?
We should have acted 20 years ago. There's not much you can do at this point to prevent the eventual debasement of the dollar. This involves both sides of the political spectrum. It's not limited to the Republicans or the Democrats. They've both been very active in setting this up.
 
What can individuals do?
The only thing individuals can do now is look to protect themselves. I wish I could see a way, but shy of severe slashing of the social programs that is so politically reprehensible and would create such problems and social unrest, I don't see that as a practical solution.
 
If you're a young 20- or 25-year-old guy or gal, would you move to another country? What would you do?
We still have a great country. We're going through a period of economic pain. It's happened before. This is the kind of thing that's taken us decades to get into and it will take us decades to get out. Although the hyperinflation is going to be limited largely to the U.S., the economic downturn will affect things globally. I can't tell you how things will go with a hyperinflationary Great Depression, which is where I see things going.
It's the type of thing that will tend to lead to significant political change. People tend to vote their pocketbooks. You could have the rise of a third party. You could even have rioting in the streets. I'm not formally predicting that — anyone can run these different scenarios. For the individual, what you need to do, from an investment standpoint, look to preserve your wealth and assets. Don't worry about the day-to-day fluctuations in the markets. What I'm talking about here is over the long haul...
[Gold is] going to be highly volatile, as will the dollar, over the near term, but longer term, physical gold I would look at as a primary hedge for preserving the purchasing power of your wealth and assets. Maybe some physical silver. Get some assets outside the U.S. dollar. I might even look to move some assets physically outside the United States. The key here is to look at a longer range survival package, battening down the hatches, and preserving your wealth and assets during a very difficult time. Once you're through that, you'll have some extraordinary investment opportunities, and I can't tell you what it's going to be like on the other side of this crisis.

原文(全)連結:
http://www.fairfieldweekly.com/article.cfm?aid=16014

 


若加入通貨膨脹因素

道瓊的投資報酬率微不足道


若拿1999和2009相較,
道瓊只相當於1999年的8200點水準,
亦即指數還需要漲2800多點,超越13460之後,
投資人這10年來才不算虧本。
所以現在大家仍然是輸家…


Adjusted for Inflation, Dow's Gains Are Puny
BY E.S. BROWNING
Many investors realize that stocks have been among the worst investments of the past decade. But they may not realize quite how bad the decade was, because most people forget about the effects of inflation.
Despite its 2009 rebound, the Dow Jones Industrial Average today stands at just 10520.10, no higher than in 1999. And that is without counting consumer-price inflation. In 1999 dollars, the Dow is only at about 8200 and would have to rise another 28% or so to return to 1999 levels. Using today's dollars and starting at 10520.10, the Dow would have to surpass 13460 to ...


原文(全)連結:
http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748703991304574621903850508632.html



印度已經備戰完畢

可以應付中國巴基斯坦兩面開戰


India Army ready for war against China, Pakistan
Wednesday December 30, 2009 (1405 PST)
NEW DELHI: India is preparing for a possible `two-front war` with China and Pakistan, our sources quoted an Indian newspaper saying Wednesday.
The newspaper said the Indian Army is now revising its five-year-old doctrine to effectively meet the challenges of war with China and Pakistan, deal with asymmetric and fourth-generation warfare, enhance strategic reach and joint operations with IAF and Navy.
Work on the new war doctrine -- to reflect the reconfiguration of threat perceptions and security challenges -- is already underway under the aegis of Shimla-based Army Training Command, headed by Lt-General A S Lamba, sources told the Indian newspaper.
It comes in the backdrop of the 1.13-million strong Army having practiced -- through several wargames over the last five years -- its `pro-active` war strategy to mobilise fast and strike hard to pulverize the enemy.


原文(全)連結:
http://www.paktribune.com/news/index.shtml?222838


美國反黃金壟斷組織控告聯準會

拒絕公布操縱黃金市場資料


華盛頓特區美國地方法院受理該案。

GATA sues Fed to disclose gold market intervention records
Submitted by cpowell on Wed, 2009-12-30 18:33. Section: Daily Dispatches
2p ET Wednesday, December 30, 2009
Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:
GATA today brought suit against the U.S. Federal Reserve Board, seeking a court order for disclosure of the central bank's records of its surreptitious market intervention to suppress the monetary metal's price.
The suit was filed in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia and targets Fed records involving gold swaps, exchanges of gold with foreign financial institutions. In a letter dated September 17 this year to GATA's law firm, William J. Olson P.C. of Vienna, Virginia, (http://www.lawandfreedom.com) Fed Board of Governors member Kevin M. Warsh acknowledged that the Fed has gold swap agreements with foreign banks but insisted that such documents remain secret:


http://www.gata.org/files/GATAFedResponse-09-17-2009.pdf

原文(全)連結:
http://www.gata.org/node/8192



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  • LKK
  • 進口的黃豆,小麥,玉米都在漲價.
    還好本地有出產大米,豬肉,雞肉,淡水魚.
    農業才是一切的根本.
  • cheloan<威辰>
  • 號外!!號外!!
    冰島擬2月公投 決定是否償還英荷債務

    (路透冰島雷克雅未克6日電)根據路透今天見到的草案,冰島政府將提議在2月20日舉行公投,表決是否要賠償英國與荷蘭政府逾50億美元,以彌補冰島銀行倒閉時所波及的兩國存戶。


    冰島國會去年底通過一項償債法案,但是該國總統葛林姆松(Olafur Grimsson)昨天表示,他不會簽署這項法案。


    冰島憲法規定,總統拒絕簽署法案,表示必須舉行公投決定。中央社(翻譯)

    連結:http://tw.news.yahoo.com/article/url/d/a/100106/16/1ybtz.html

    看來美國只到點火的人了~ 接下來就是到底要鼻要跟著走!!!
  • 暴力石油派
  • 如果冰島公投決定不還銀行債,債主可能有二條路 :
    (A) 債主國出兵,強制執行.
    籌碼如下:英國的原子彈,航空母艦,核子潛艇,轟炸機,水面艦隊,海軍陸戰隊,空降部隊,...
    (B) 債主國經濟抵制封鎖.
    籌碼如下:IMF, World Bank, WTO, BIS, EU, NATO, UN,...

    EU會站在哪一邊 ?
    USA會站在哪一邊 ?
    國王的計劃是 ?
  • 路人甲
  • 劇本(一)

    如果冰島賴債成功,二次大戰後的國際金融網的殘存信心會下跌比較快,也比較快讓金本位復辟.

    如果國王準備好了,就會放手讓冰島賴債,加上杜拜也賴債,然後讓瑞士比照冰島模式倒閉一下,再讓英國被調降信用評等,全球前十名的大銀行協調好一起倒閉,引發全球擠兌黃金,最後紐約和倫敦的黃金交易所一起大放假幾天 ; 國王的New Currency就可以在大放假時生米煮成熟飯. 

    從此國王過著幸福快樂的生活.
  • 路人
  • 謝謝威辰,這果然是大新聞,這次是指標,如果冰島公投不還,杜拜也會學樣不還,希臘也是,美國快了,不過這時物價波動很大,有人知道什麼時候要準備日常用品水、米嗎?要備多久?我怕到時家時通貨膨脹,家庭主婦的我家會繳不起網路費。所以先問起來。
  • FrederickWang
  • 路人甲真精準!!
    什麼時候練成了「財務資訊解讀」第五級功力?

    我今天會整理一則勁爆消息:
    「有謠言倫敦黃金市場可能會關閉」
    剛好與你的判斷互相遙應,
    所謂「無風不起浪」。

    但是Fred在這裡想要說的重點是:
    可見大家不但只是在看新聞而已,
    反倒是在培養將這些零碎的資訊拼圖碎片
    湊成未來的世界全貌。

    這麼一來在某種程度上
    就可以不用依賴別人(所謂投資專家)的看法
    自己掌握趨勢,預測未來,
    藉著自己的眼光與願見來發財,
    這就叫做財務智商。
    這也是Fred和團隊不辭辛勞的po新聞的目的。
    今天你這則回應證明了
    MTS團隊和Fred是對的:
    我們相信資訊是免費的,
    人人都有權利享有;
    我們相信財務智商是可以藉著blog來「教」的;
    我們想要把大家的財務天分喚醒,
    每個人自己做自己的主人,
    不再受到思想與金錢的剝削。

    謝謝你。
    讓我們看到這樣子的成果,
    使我們有持續下去的動力。
    看到這則回應是Fred的榮幸,再次感謝。
  • 呆呆的Joker
  • 感恩

    看到王立天老師與MTS團隊的分享,真的很謝謝你們

    我也留意到2/2大師活動目前遇到挑戰
    我想立天老師與MTS團隊也做了很多多事情
    我有想過我可以幫忙的


    我已經寄給朋友這個活動資訊,大概幾十位
    我也請朋友幫忙貼在他們的部落格 噗浪 臉書

    還有跟我週遭的親朋好友都講了,大概有六 七個人購票了,
    我也有跟我的保險員講過了,但不知有沒有聽進去,
    公司的內部論壇財金版也PO了不曉得有沒有人去就是了


    我暫時沒有錢去新加坡參加大師的正式課程
    但是我可以用行動支持大師來台灣(票價很合理)
    我知道如果這次大師來台活動不給予支持
    那往後富爸爸集團跟大師到亞洲只會到新馬 中國大陸等地,
    因為台灣人不愛學習,他們憑什麼要來

    最後台灣只能關起來愛自己 讓自我的感覺良好
    我知道那不是真正的愛台灣 台灣很小沒什麼資源
    國際上的大小事件都會影響到台灣(油價 商品 經濟變化)
    更需要各種國際資訊透通 才能走出活路

    很謝謝立天老師與MTS團隊的付出
    可能還有很多我沒想到但可以行動支持的事
    但盡我微薄的力量
  • 路人甲
  • 謝謝王老師上課教導又開blog. 謝謝MTS團隊.

    經常在想:如果我是國王,我會怎麼作 ?

    貨幣戰爭(一)(二)是從國家總體軍政財經金來看事情,算是 top-down. 
    清崎的全系列N本書是從個人求生的角度看事情, 可說是bottom-up.
    兩系列都讀完,保証倚天劍與屠龍刀合一,大開眼界.

    謝謝王老師與MTS團隊,謝謝清崎.
  • 懶人
  • 定時炸彈

    2/20-3/6冰島公投:是否還錢 ?

    The draft law before Parliament states that a national referendum should take place no later than Saturday 6 March 2010. The government suggests that the vote should take place on 20 or 27 February, or 6 March, 2010.
  • 旱鴨子
  • 農曆除夕(2/13)前趕快躲進救生筏.
    春節(2/14)以後大概會有些熱鬧...