False Information and its Implications

False Information

How False Information is Fueling the Insane Bull Market

In our present day and age, the average individual is bombarded with excessive trivial information. The media landscape is inundated with experts offering wildly divergent predictions of the market, each backed by questionable data. A desperate desire for viewership drives these news outlets to resort to sensational headlines and multiple scenarios to maximize their reach.

However, it is essential to note that the validity of the information used to support these predictions is often questionable. On any given day, one can find countless arguments, both bullish and bearish, that appear almost simultaneously, leaving the reader in a state of confusion as to which prediction to trust. A quick visit to popular finance sites such as Yahoo highlights this phenomenon, with the common theme being eye-catching headlines designed to entice readers.

False Information and its Implications: Weaponized News?

The most intriguing aspect of these articles is often their misleading titles, which bear little relevance to the actual content. Acting like automatons, reporters seem to believe they can continue to use this tactic without any significant change in effectiveness. It is possible that this trend will persist, or perhaps a shift will occur.

Today’s crowd wants to buy things they do not need, and with money, they do not have to impress people they hate with their guts.  Sol Palha

This leads us to another poignant issue facing society today. Over 90% of the world aspires to live a luxurious lifestyle on a modest income, particularly in the Western hemisphere. They seek to acquire material possessions that they neither need nor can afford in an effort to impress others whom they do not even like. This is a futile pursuit as it only gives the illusion of success to those they dislike. It is imperative to understand that climbing the ladder of success is not achieved by impressing one’s enemies. Instead, one should focus on personal improvement and enhancing the quality of the product or service they offer.

The Art of Exaggeration: An Increase in Boastful Attitudes

Permit me to wax contrarian for a moment. The trend of corporate officers seeking to enhance earnings per share (EPS) without due diligence and innovation is a blight upon commerce. Rather than exerting effort and fostering ingenuity, they borrow money at a nominal rate to purchase their shares, thereby increasing EPS by mere sleight of hand.

It is lamentable that shareholders are content with such disingenuous practices. If they were genuinely invested in the success and stability of the enterprise, they would raise their voices in protest. Alas, they are satisfied with mere appearances rather than the substance of the enterprise.

The trend of wanting more without making the necessary sacrifices is a veritable scourge upon society. The advent of negative interest rates in the US will only exacerbate this insidious tendency, as corporations will likely redouble their efforts in share buyback programs. A pox upon this mode of thinking and doing! Let us instead return to the virtues of hard work and innovation, the hallmarks of thriving and sustainable commerce.

Is the Fed playing Mind games with the populace?

Pray, don’t be fooled into believing the Fed is of a mind to raise rates with abandon. Their recent inaction, despite a single, measly hike, speaks louder than any words could ever convey. Nay, their true aim is to follow the rest of the world into the age of negative rates. They have no choice but to continuously pump the money supply until the masses cry out, “no more!” but who can say when that fateful day shall arrive? Many who have been waiting shall have passed on before the arrival of that day.

Allow me to impart some knowledge; a superpower typically holds sway for over 250 years before being supplanted. America has held that esteemed position for just over 240 years, and if history is any indication, the end is nigh, and the time draws near for a new ruler to take the reins.


Contrary to popular belief, the stock market is not headed for an imminent crash. Despite the ominous predictions of so-called experts, the market will likely continue to trade at higher levels than anticipated. The Fed has shown itself to be a formidable force, and those who have fought against it since 2008 have repeatedly found themselves bankrupt.

The actions of central bankers may be questionable, but they have already committed to a course of action from which there is no turning back. The money supply will continue to be inflated, and the markets will eventually adjust to this new reality.

If the support from central banks were to vanish suddenly, the bull market would come to a screeching halt. However, this scenario is improbable. It is foolish to fight against the trend, as the trend is always your friend.

It is unwise to heed the warnings of those who claim to be experts but are, in reality, vastly uninformed. Trusting in illusions and dreaming of market crashes is a fruitless pursuit. Keep your focus on the trend and make it work in your favour.

In conclusion, the video below serves as a reminder that it is essential to be discerning when taking financial advice and to be cautious of those falsely claiming to be experts.

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