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The Psychic Cost Of Fear On Your Finances

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The recent psychic attacks, scare tactics, and propaganda that the financial media agencies have employed are reprehensible. These tactics meant to cause anxiety, fear, and panic amongst the populous are a crime against journalism. The effects of this type of psychical propaganda include damage to your bank accounts, investments, and retirement plans. Why in this time of uncertainty and duress, which many Americans are experiencing currently, would our trusted news agencies engage in these deplorable tactics biased by corporate, personal, and political beliefs? After all this type of subjective “journalism” is not really journalism at all as journalism like science seeks objectivity.

So why do these news corporations use these tactics? The answer is straightforward. They use these tactics to create fear in the hearts of the average Joe and Jane investor so that their corporate friends can make a fortune. Moreover, they abuse and pervert their rights granted under the United States Constitution in order to further their own selfish political agendas. By doing this they risk the stability of our entire economic system and put millions of their viewers at risk due to their social irresponsibility, negligence, and slanted views.

So, when people start to spout negative, scary, and derogatory statements one must question their motives. Often times they just want to further their own agenda at the cost of others. The victims of this type of truly reprehensible behavior is the American populous and the individuals responsible should be ashamed.

The negative rhetoric about our president, his policies, and the plans he has to repair our broken nation are not only slanted but also uncalled for. In addition, these types of personal attacks and the unfair blame they place on our outstanding leader is an embarrassment to our free market economy.

Fear mongering and manipulation of financial markets by the media is an awful weapon. It is a true shame that these individuals would rather crash the stock market with their scare tactics then focus on the solutions to our problems. It truly shows what power the words regurgitated from a respected news agencies teleprompter can have on the American populous’ psyche.

So, before you go selling off your nest egg and letting some greedy bear that bought February puts scare you and steal your hard-earned money consider this. Shorting the market requires the presence of fear and a nefarious villain that seeks to push the market downward. They do this so that they can minimize their risk maximize their gains and steal your hard money in the process. So, as a wise man once said there is nothing to fear but fear itself. Heed Winston Churchill’s advice and watch as the Bears scramble to cover their short positions and increase the value of your 401k in the process. Stay strong and don’t fear the bear. Remember that the Bull has horns that can gore the bear before it can maul.

Therefore, in parting I ask you to have faith in our president. I ask you to believe in our country and defend your mind against the media’s psychic attacks. This will ensure your hard-earned money continues to appreciate and not end up on some billion-dollar hedge funds balance sheet. In addition, hold tight to your American dream as our great president Barack Obama leads us to victory over the unscrupulous powers that would part you from your well-deserved dream of financial security. If you run with the Bulls, let us squeeze the Bears and make sure they stop gaming the market, our financial future, and our great country.

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