Almost 32,000 scientists signed this petition stating that the Global warming story line is total rubbish. If scientists don’t believe in this hypothesis, and they have the credentials to understand the theory behind these claims, then logic dictates that a rational individual should take the same route. The main players here are corporations and politicians. Politicians are paid corporate concubines and the only time you can trust these two groups is when their lips are not moving. If that is not enough take a look at this video
What we have learned from the investing arena utilizing the principles of Mass Psychology can be applied to any other field, including the field of Global Warming. When someone is trying to force something on the populace, we know that all is not well; something stinks and someone is trying to make a killing at the expense of the lemmings. In other words, there is usually a hidden agenda, especially if corporations and governments are backing the so-called proposition. In this case the US government and most western governments are solidly backing the assertion that Global warming is a major issue at hand. They openly refute studies published by top notch scientists and instead listen to the scientists that are on their payroll who as we all know it, are going to whatever their masters tell them. The governments do nothing for the good for their people; the only thing they are concerned with is lining their pockets with as much money as they can.
One more video on the Global Warming Scam
Game Plan for Contrarian Investors
The coal sector is one of the sectors that was decimated as a result of the global warming hoax and could make a good long term investment. We have listed some companies that warrant a closer look The suggested strategy would be to divide your money into 2-3 lots and only to deploy one lot at a time. You want to see a series of higher lows as this indicates that a bottom is in place and that the market is ready to trend significantly higher.
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