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Bobby Rio
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You’d be better off still in Brazil.. their economoy is climbing and soon the Real might be worth more than the dollar.

shits going to hit the fan soon…

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mule
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Thanks for the St Patricks Day Morning pep talk Roosh. OK…If you need me I will be at the bar.

Anonymous
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You of all people should know that it is groupthink that causes panic. I’m surprised that you’d buy into it.

JM
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I always look to theatre majors for advice on national and world economies. :laugh:

Good grief, look at his credentials and ignore the fact that he writes with a thesaurus next to his computer.

roissy
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peak oil is the underlying force driving most of this.

here’s the deal:
if you drive a low mpg gas guzzler vehicle, sell it now. it will be worth nothing in a couple years.

if you live in a far flung suburb, move closer to the city where your commute time will be shorter. you will have to sacrifice space and manicured lawns but you’ll avoid the precipitous drop in housing values that is coming to the mcmansions.

invest in commodities, energy, biotech, and solar. chinese solar companies are cropping up by the handful every day. the demand for nuclear power will make a resurgence. oh did i mention BIOTECH? yeah, you’ll want to be in on that.

if you have travel plans, do them now before airline ticket prices go through the roof.

if you rent, continue renting. the housing market has yet to bottom out.

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jm
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Roosh, you are so much smarter than the average person. You don’t need dummied down dribble.

Roissy, your comment is about what I’d expect from someone who’s last blog post is “Dancing Douche”.

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jm, do you have the inside scoop on true oil reserves? because the growing scientific consensus (including those mining engineers employed by the oil companies) is that soon demand will outstrip what can be pulled from the ground.

and before you say “coal tar sands” remember that that doesn’t become profitable until $150/barrel, which means the economy will have to make a painful adjustment at some point.

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Andrew
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Analysts have correctly predicted seven of the last two market slumps.