Thrive | A Coming Recession?

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I recently tweeted, and placed a post on Facebook, about an article explaining a series of alarming facts concerning the economy. Billionaires Dumping Stocks, Economist Knows Why  And Robert Wiedener, author of the best-selling book, Aftershock is warning the population that there is  another recession coming, and how to prepare for it.

But that the economy will get worse is unavoidable, even I can see that coming, because we have an entity in control (Federal Reserve) that is continually creating fiat money and manipulating the economy for its own advantage; they are stealing. What I find interesting is that Mr Wiedener is giving us advice on how to go around the menagerie, to use it to our advantage, and save ourselves, without even considering really fixing the problem. We take care of ourselves and let the devil take the hindmost, which is precisely what causes the problem in the first place: our selfishness. Let’s use this mess to get rich and forget about those who can’t.  Will we ever evolve so that we can all Thrive?

What do you think?

The Dark Side of Social Media | Computoredge | Michael Dillon

Beware of Social Media

I found an informative article by Michael Dillon, on computoredge magazine, about how to protect yourself in social networks like Facebook and Tweeter. Here is an excerpt and a link:

“Israel Hyman was very excited about his upcoming vacation from his home in Arizona to Kansas City. So excited, in fact, that he broadcast details of his trip to his 2,000 Twitter followers, including when he and his wife were leaving their house, where they were on the road, and when they arrived in K.C.

Someone, one of Mr. Hyman’s followers on Twitter, took a great interest in Mr. Hyman’s trip; when he returned home he found someone had broken into his house and stolen thousands of dollars in video equipment used for his business. Hyman is convinced the thieves monitored his feed to see when he would be gone, and then robbed his house. Similar incidents of thieves using Twitter to plan and execute robberies have also been reported in Florida and California.”

To know more: online.mvc

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