I hope you’ve seen the messages I’ve sent you in the past few days…
Because this is it.
This is the last call for tonight’s urgent market briefing from American Consequences contributor and former Goldman Sachs trader Dr. David Eifrig.
Here’s what Dr. Eifrig plans to talk about:
- Why 2019 will be a critical year for the future of retirement in America.
- How one massive bubble may bring catastrophic losses to folks who are in the wrong investments today.
- And finally, he’s going to share the names and ticker symbols of two of his favorite income investments right now, which have roughly 8% and 10% dividend yields today.
If you’ve already RSVP’d, there’s nothing more you need to do. Simply log on tonight to usretirementcrisis.com at 8 p.m. Eastern time.
And if you haven’t yet decided to listen in to Dr. Eifrig’s briefing, I urge you to reconsider. Ask yourself this question:
What’s more valuable to you right now… the money you’ve made in the market over the past decade, or the money you might make by staying in stocks a little bit longer?
If Dr. Eifrig is right, then the wealth of the biggest generation in American history is more vulnerable than ever before. And tonight at 8 p.m. Eastern time, he’s going to share what you can do about it. Learn more about this on-camera urgent broadcast by clicking here.
Now here are a few things we’re reading…
Many folks think the recent rally is a mirage… and the worst is still to come:
“That’s confirmation of what we’re concerned about. The last thing we need is to have actual data confirming our greatest fears.”
Gallup weighs in with a look at the public mood…
Americans’ outlook for the economy has soured in the past two months, with 48% now saying economic conditions are worsening.
But what if this shutdown shows folks get along just fine without the government?
Is it a national emergency if reporters are begging readers for stories? Democratic members of Congress are in on the act, too, looking to highlight cases of people acutely affected by the shutdown, but they’re usually finding more mundane examples.
We’re not surprised. Who could have imagined that chasing away your core customers would hurt your business?
“Penney is a broken business… They are looking at a very problematic 2019. It’s the mistakes of the past coming home to roost.”
Again, not surprised that the media and various left-leaning folks have swallowed this story hook, line, and sinker.
Far from engaging in racially motivated harassment, the group of mostly white, MAGA-hat-wearing male teenagers remained relatively calm and restrained despite being subjected to incessant racist, homophobic, and bigoted verbal abuse…
Our own Buck Sexton writes an important message about the destructive power of social-media vigilantes amplified by the mainstream media…
Social media mobs are a cancer on this country, and those in the news business have an obligation not to carelessly magnify malignant efforts at personal destruction. This affects all of us.
Ok. This one did surprise us. One of the craziest things we read this past week:
In a last-ditch effort to keep the nuclear airplane on the table, military strategists considered a radical solution: They could use pilots closer to death. The Air Force would use crews old enough to die of natural causes before the harmful effects of radiation could show up… In civil-defense plans for surviving a nuclear apocalypse, the old were always sacrificed first.
And let us know what you’re reading at [email protected].
Publisher, American Consequences
With P.J. O’Rourke and the Editorial Staff
January 23, 2019